Who would like to share what their BB cirriculum looks like for reality based training. I'm looking to get new ideas and compare what I'm doing in the hopes to making things better. I can say I try and keep things effective yet at the same realistic and simple. For example, when it comes to throwing I cover Funakoshi's 9 with some variation's because I think that's enough material in that area.
For, striking all the basic kicks and hand strikes. I don't focus so much on the fancy spinning stuff but, will do it for fun on occasion. Break Falls we cover front, back and side falls. Some basic chokes, locks and strangles and escapes that you find in Kata. Essentially, I use kata as my guide and reference for my cirriuculum. I know of some self protection systems that are incredibly diverse were you learn, 30 throws, 30 escapes, 20 strangles, 20 chokes, tons of Ne waza and gripping, striking combo's ect.
I'm not sure I like this approach because of something called Hicks Law. Although, I'm not opposed to it. Hicks law argues the more a person learns the more likely they will freeze in a stressful situation. However, the more one trains and includes realisitic stress the less likely it will happen. Most of us don't include that type of training enough. So actually learning something about how the body reacts to stress should be part of our training. Just like awareness, avoidance, the law ect.
So for me my cirriculm is based off kata. I kind of went off topic a little bit, but I couldn't help it. I am interested in what people cirriculm's are.