Multiple World and European medalist Euan Burton reveals the techniques that transformed him from 'an unexceptional teenage judoka' to one of the best in the world.
In his own words: "I will break down the gripping, preparation, attack system and newaza that I built my judo around and show you how, by taking care of the basics, you can take your competitive judo to the next level."
Chop down to get the back | Euan Burton
Here Tokyo GS Champion Burton shows a chop down to leave him in attacking position in Newaza
Juji gatame from transition | Euan Burton
Here Burton shows a lightening fast armlock that comes from his Sumi gaeshi grip.
Juji gatame from all fours | Euan Burton
Here Burton demonstrates chopping his opponent down to all fours and transitioning straight into Juji gatame.
Juji ashi shiho gatame - Juji gatame | Euan Burton
Burton shows an effective way of how to deal with a strong opponent who can defend against Juji gatame
Ude gatame | Euan Burton
This technique was one of Euan Burton's trademarks. He won many of his top international contests with this devastating armlock.
Okuri eri jime | Euan Burton
Multiple World and European medallist Euan Burton shows his sliding collar strangle - Okuri eri jime
Okuri eri jime from transition | Euan Burton
Burton sets this strangle up from standing as he waits and anticipates his opponent's attack.
Okuri eri jime variation | Euan Burton
Tokyo GS Champion Euan Burton shows a very fast and effective strangle, which is set up from standing.
Crocodile roll | Euan Burton
From on top of his opponent's back Burton shows a very fast turn into Osae komi.
Crocodile half roll into Sode jime | Euan Burton
If Burton finds it difficult to employ his full Crocodile roll hold-down he will look to change the attack to this very interesting strangle.
Crocodile full roll into Sode jime | Euan Burton
As opponent's found ways to stop his half roll into Sode jime, Burton adapted this new and very effective strangle.
Akimoto roll | Euan Burton
Tokyo GS Champion Burton shows an amazing roll into Osae komi which he learnt from 2010 World Champion Hiroyuki Akimoto of Japan.
Akimoto roll to the side | Euan Burton
Tokyo GS Champion Burton shows a side variation to the Akimoto roll.