What to Expect in March 2007 for the New RedMan Program!

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What to Expect in March 2007 for the New RedMan Program!

Postby Dave Young » Tue Jan 02, 2007 5:08 am

Even though we will be inside the dojo training we will be taking the training to various locations to enhance the environments we are being placed in....and show you how you can safely simulate these in your training areas!

1. Stance/Balance/Movement (Standing) - Without these 3 factors defending oneself is nearly impossible. We will address foot work needed, various types of footwear and drills you can easily practice at home. Patterns of movement help is many ways –
• Helps build power
• Opens targets
• Helps with blocking and striking
• Assist in counters
• Enhances your tactical combinations
• Drills to build confidence for your students

2. Falling by self – Falling properly is not only critical but can be life saving at times. Being able to teach your students how to fall properly is very important. Especially if your falling in an area were you do not have a padded floor to protect you. We will address;
• How to fall WITHOUT injury on hard surfaces
• How to teach falling SAFELY
• How to fall and set up your initial position for response
• Drills you can do at home

3. Positioning (Defense Positions) – The physical position you are in when being attacked can greatly assist you in a favorable outcome. Protecting yourself from what is attacking you and from what you can not see as well.
• Standing Defense Positions
• Kneeling Defense Positions
• Ground Defense Positions
• Ground Guard Positions
• Grappling Positions and transition between each one

4. Importance of verbalization – When engaging or disengaging from a threat laying the verbal foundation for use of force is the first step towards your defense; BEFORE THE FIRST PUNCH IS THROWN
• Redirection tactics
• Controlling the conversation
• Reading between the lines
• Tactical Phrasing

5. Blocking & Striking (Standing) – A block without a follow up is a second change for an attacker, we will show you how to control the pace of the attack with reasonable tactics you are physically able to execute.
• Various Hand, Arm , Shoulders, Knees and Feet Blocks
• Movement techniques for blocking
• Hand, Arm, Elbow, Knee Strikes and Kicks
• How to Select the right target and justify that target
• Breathing and Power Development - How to HIT HARDER

5. Tactical Combinations – Learning how to set up your offensive strategy and which one works better for you is vital when you are facing your attacker.
• 1-2 Combinations
• 2-3 Combinations
• Slipping to takedowns
• Counter Striking
• Defending the takedown

6. Ground Stabilization – There are many reasons for needing to hold your attacker in one place, you are hurt, you’re exhausted and need a few minutes, you need to gather your thoughts
• Holding them down on their back or Stomach
• Safe Zones you can control
• Holding them down on their knees
• Holding them down against a car or wall

7. Environmental Training – I am taking a guess that over 100 years there has never been a student attacked for their life inside a dojo (unless there were being robed and even then that is a rare occurrence). This will teach the instructor how to take the above topics and drill them in actual environments the student will be attacked in.
• Crowded Malls
• Stairwells
• Dark Places
• At their car
• Walking from a restaurant etc…

8. RedMan Equipment (Instructor/Student Suits and Striking Bags)- Liability is not only outside of the training arena but inside it as well. We will focus on the correct use of protective equipment for the RedMan XP gear!
• Instructor/Student Suits & Striking Sheilds
• How to take the hit SAFELY
• How to Conduct SAFE High Level Confrontations
• How to development instructor skills needed to control the class

Stay Safe, Stay Strong, STAY ALIVE!
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Think about it

Postby Van Canna » Thu Jan 04, 2007 3:57 pm

• Crowded Malls
• Stairwells
• Dark Places
• At their car
• Walking from a restaurant etc…

What does TMA teach you to do here?

What do you think Dave's training will teach you what to do here?

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