By the time you finish reading this, someone in the United States will have been violently assaulted.
That's right. Every thirty-seven seconds someone in this country is the victim of a serious physical attack.
Do you know how to defend yourself? Would you know how to neutralize your opponent to give you time to escape?
The Apprentice Warrior System is a self-defense system not intended for the hard-core martial arts practitioner but for the average person who does not want to be caught off-guard in a dangerous situation.
Created by the renowned Grandmaster Adrian Roman (10th degree black belt), the Apprentice Warrior System provide practitioners with a strong self-defense foundation. Specifically designed for beginners, it provides illustrated techniques that are simple to follow and easy to learn.
What is the Apprentice Warrior System?
To oversimplify the basic principles of The Apprentice Warrior System, it can be best described as a "neutralize and escape" system - not a "combat system."
The Apprentice Warrior System is a straightforward self-defense system for beginners. The system was created to be simple and easy to learn. The system provides a combination of self-defense techniques learned from years of experience. The focus of these techniques is for an apprentice; a learner or novice. There are no forms or katas to memorize or practice for the Apprentice Warrior System, just plain and simple techniques. The Apprentice Warrior System is not intended for the hard core martial artist that already has years of experience. However, the follow-on system to the Apprentice Warrior, FalammichiTM, is an advanced self-defense/martial arts system that is right for everyone.
The Apprentice Warrior System is a self-defense system that draws upon the Movements of Life; what is natural. For the purpose of training, the Apprentice Warrior System provides specific techniques to be practiced. However, these techniques are only repetition exercises to stimulate mind and muscle memory, and to help the student develop an analytical thought process, giving the student a foundation of their own to build upon.