Learn self-defence (combatives) as taught to the Australian Military.
- 25 Australian dollarsA$25
- Online via Zoom
Used by the Australian Military as their Combatives Program KEF-IC has a strong history as being effective under the duress of actual conflict. Kinetic Fighting (KEF) is a set of principles and procedures applied to a physical threat, so as to minimise the risk of deliberate or accidental death or injury to oneself, or to others who are under your protection. Although developed to counter the extreme threats found in war, KEF views human violence and its prevention through its commonalities - behavioural, biological, technical and technological. It is these distinctly varied yet interconnected factors that provide the bedrock for Kinetic Fighting's principles and their application in equally varied environments. As such, KEF is characterised by pragmatism and adaptation rather than a rigid ideology or set of techniques.