£35.00 (worldwide postage included) approx 110 min.
£25.00 (digital – not instant) approx 110 min.
A follow-up to Knife Principles & Drills, this DVD teaches advanced knife principles and dynamic new methods. The training is based on live exchanges and conditional fights, much in the manner of Sparring Fundamentals, where participants learn by doing. Numerous technical tips and key principles are included.
The material shown here is original and not available anywhere else. This DVD represents the most up-to-date and practical approaches to knife to date.
Recorded with Nick Forrer and Peter Vasylenko at Seishin Dojo.
Drilling in a compressed time frame
Stance/position to support dominant hand
Some simple controls and tie-ups
Floating back and entering while controlling the line
Snapshot interceptions/passes: conclusive exchange
Emotional involvement, speed, tension in fast hands
Use of hips/glutes to strengthen grip
Bringing knife hand to strongest point
Anticipatory awareness of next knife position
Alignment to reduce targets on your body
Grabbing drill for positional control
Permutations of interceptions
Working at high speed bursts
Incorporating aggressor/dissimilar training
How to react to being cut
Adding entries to the drill
Retractile protection of your zone
Emergency trapping when stabbed
Twist before break
Grip isometrics at speed
Leverage shots around the corner
Stop/cross hand control
Mindset and the reality of the attacker
Working in a confined space
Making distance and time with angles
Glute and delt isometrics for connectivity
Tension, body mechanics & synergy
Solo grip drills
‘You’re dead’ game
Reading predictive body cues
Allen key lock on wrist
Points for safe training
What are your options when you get the knife?
Red zone and being decisive
Importance of visual training
Explication of leverages
Carrying live tension
Detailed mechanics of long lever shots
*NOTE: If you choose digital download, we will send you download instructions by email. Please note that this is not an instant download–it has to be done manually at our end and can take 1-2 days depending on time zone