HOW TO START & SUCCESSFULLY RUN A PADDED WEAPONS TOURNAMENT

HOW TO START & SUCCESSFULLY RUN A PADDED WEAPONS TOURNAMENT
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This is a highly recommended instructional program that gives you a different spin on the tournament concept. Our proven in-house tournament structure utilizes double elimination and weapons norming concepts creating a safe, fun and fair tournament environment for padded weaponry. Additionally, our philosophies can be easily modified to "fit in" to traditional sparring, forms and weapons competitions. The instructor's Guide and companion DVD features Standard Operating Procedures, Recommended Rules and Regulations, Demonstrations of Point Sparring, Double Elimination Score Sheets, and of course, the quality and detail you've come to expect from AdamLand Productions. Even if you already have a similar system for running tournaments at your school, our HOW TO... program will most definitely enhance and compliment what you are already doing by giving new and innovative ideas, clear and concise instruction on how to structure a progressive, solid, and profitable in-house tournament structure at your school.
  • The Value of In-House Competition
  • The Value of Double Elimination
  • Weapons Norming
  • Martial Marksmanship
  • Standard Operating Procedures
  • Getting Started
  • Tournament Staff
  • Ring Size
  • Sparring Procedures
  • Legal and Illegal Target Areas
  • Point Calling
  • Officiating
  • Safety of the Competitors
  • Awards
  • Recommended medal and trophy companies
  • How to Generate Profit
  • Example of Padded Weapons Medal
  • Example of Purchase Order Form for Medals
  • Preparing Students for Competition
  • Values of Padded Weapons Tournaments
  • Sportsmanship
  • Example of Tournament Application
  • Double Elimination Score Sheets
  • Chapter Selections and Special Features


"I am very impressed with your padded weapons tournament DVD and manual. I like the idea of double elimination and weapons norming. I see a lot of potential in running my own tournaments following this format."
~ William Cook
Hampshire, England