EPISODE 75

Cecil Burch on jiu jitsu and street fighting, when there are guns and knives and ninjas and sh*t

Oct 13, 2020 | Podcast | 0 comments

Cecil Burch

Cecil is a BJJ Black Belt and has studied a variety of martial arts for most of his life.

How do the rules change when you go from sports to the street? What changes on the ground vs. standing up? How should you apply your nunchuck skills in the context of self-defense? Mike and Cecil talk about all things martial arts and how they fit in to street fighting in real life. He specializes in an interdisciplinary approach to entanglement and close-range fights where weapons – including your own – are in play. 

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