Train in Paul Cale’s world-leading close-combat program used by Australian Special Forces & Army, tailored for everyday self-protection. The Personal Combatives courses in the KEF–IC syllabus use the same principles and…

We humans are ultimately animals…though some more than others, you could say. Our best self-defence skill is realising the foolishness of aggressive posturing, to avoid getting involved in ‘alpha male’ disputes.

Train in Paul Cale’s KINETIC FIGHTING – the world-leading close-combat program used by Australian Special Forces & Army, tailored for everyday self-protection. A veteran of multiple combat tours with the…

Train in Paul Cale’s KINETIC FIGHTING – the world-leading close-combat program used by Australian Special Forces & Army, tailored for everyday self-protection. A veteran of multiple combat tours with the…

Kinetic Fighting trainers recently delivered Individual Combat Behaviours (ICB) training to Australian military personnel over several weeks in Brisbane.

After a two-year hiatus, Kinetic Fighting (KEF) courses for the general public were relaunched in Melbourne, Vic. on Saturday 13 October. Participants ranging from raw beginners to experienced martial arts instructors packed the mats at Moorabbin’s Bushido Academy for training in KEF’s Level One-Alpha program.

In military and self-protection training, we often talk about mindset and about posture. But rarely do we recognise how the two are related, and the effect our posture can have on the mindset of others. That’s what makes the ‘hunting posture’ so important for soldiers in close-quarter combat.

The Australian Army Combatives Program heralds a new approach to close-combat within the defence force Down Under. Instituted in 2017, it gives Aussie soldiers greater capability to defend themselves against the terrorist threat.

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