Red Zone Prime &Adaptive Striking Program: Integrated Course
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"Red Zone Prime and Adaptive Striking Program Integrated Course
The focus of this course is to give an overview of two of Red Zone Threat Management’s core foundational courses. The context of all of the material is a weapons based environment where awareness of our own and our adversaries weapons is of paramount importance.
Red Zone Prime
Red Zone Prime is the base line empty hand foundation that places an emphasis on positional dominance and prioritizing tactics depending on the scenario. This gives a strong and adaptable platform for scaling violence from verbal deescalation to restrain and control, to lethal force and weapons. Much of this program can be seen the the book Red Zone Prime: A Foundation for Personal Protection but there is a big difference between reading the info and getting hands on training.
Material covered includes:
* Pre-Contact threat awareness and avoidance
* Managing pre-physical interaction
* Surviving the "sucker punch"
* Weapons awareness
* T-shirt chokes
* Positional dominance
Multiple threat awareness
Red Zone Adaptive Striking Program
The overriding focus of Red Zone’s Adaptive Striking Program is to develop a strong base of striking skills the work across platforms. While having it’s roots in combat sports striking arts the goal has been to make sure the application retains functionality when confronted with circumstances outside a sportive context. Things like the use of clothing as handles, take-downs, vertical grappling, multiple attackers, and creating opportunity for weapons access while denying opportunity for an opponent to access theirs.
This program fits seamlessly within the Red Zone Prime continuum and is an excellent addition useful for patching missteps during execution.
NO EXPERIENCE IS NECESSARY.
(Just get here and learn some skills that could save your life or the life of someone you care about)
* Pre-contact strategies and avoiding “dead zones”
* Setting a strong foundational understanding of an actual edged weapon assault
* Bull rush attacks and ambushes
* Fouling the draw and nullifying the initial attack
* Having a technical “default” program
* The role of equalizers
* Fundamental control positions
* Ballistic counter attack strategies
* Strategic disengagement
* Realistic disarms
* Introduction to surviving a grounded assault
* Getting up from the bottom"