30
May
2:00 pm — 6:00 pm
Training Grounds, Crowsnest
382 Pacific Highway

Crows Nest, New South Wales 2065 Australia
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Learn how to out-grapple an opponent when lives are at stake, rather than competition points, with the Combative Grappling system developed by KEF–IC founder Paul Cale.

In this four-hour course (the KEF–IC Echo module) you will learn vital strategies and skills to survive life-threatening situations where you end up on the ground, and an assailant attempts to attack or grab and control you. You will also drill ground-fighting responses for when weapons are, or could be, in use.  

You will learn core skills and drills to develop the following key aspects of grappling for self-protection:

  • Targeting your attacks to stop threats rapidly

  • Weapon awareness, pre-emptive response and counters

  • Clinching with a bladed or blunt weapon

  • Supine (guard) offence and recovery tactics

  • Shoulder lock variations and controls for key tactical positions

  • Classic trips and reaps adapted for real combat.

 

Prerequisites: None — beginners welcome

Time: 2–6pm, 30 May 2021

 

BOOK NOW & SAVEEarly-bird discount ends 2 May*

BRING A FRIEND & SAVEBuy two or more tickets for further discounts

 

COVID-19 policy: In addition to enhanced safety and hygiene protocols, participants may choose to work with only their own partner for the majority of the seminar. (Special discounts apply if you bring a training partner — select two or more tickets.)

* Use the code ‘earlybird’ and book before 11:59pm on 2 May 2021. Book together with the Charlie (Weapon Survival Essentials) and/or Delta (Weapon Response Framework) modules for further savings, and a free Tactical Pen worth $49.95.

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