There is certain value in all martial arts disciplines and their associated principles. Sometimes, their value just has to be discovered. Cross training in the arts reveals our strengths and weaknesses. This awareness helps us to become stronger (if we are willing to work hard) in the areas we may never have realised weakness existed…Details
I recently came across a quote from an american Police officer and it went something like this, “The offender doesn’t fear the law or the justice system and so you must make them fear you.” Although I can’t recall the exact quote, the clear message of self empowerment through learning to protect yourself resonated with me. What…Details
Here at Combat Defence Systems, we make it a point to train, not just teach, our students in the art of self-defence. We help them grow and evolve through our years of martial arts experience so they can better protect themselves and their loved ones. More importantly, we give our students the rare opportunity of…Details
Martial arts are systems of combat practices that emphasise hand and foot combat and makes good use of an individual’s co-ordination skills. The origin of martial arts has different versions, but most experts concede that the concept began in East Asia some 2,000 years ago. Today, martial arts is widely used as a form of…Details
Combat Defence Systems was founded right here in Perth on September 2012 by Gino Vallelonga with the goal of sharing the dynamic art of Jeet Kune Do and the Filipino martial arts to the people of Western Australia. Since then, we have become one of the premier martial arts academies in Perth.
Martial arts is more than just sport or a way to defend yourself; it’s a way of life. The main goal of martial arts is to help an individual reach his or her fullest, truest potential, and this is achieved through the rigorous physical training and the mental discipline taught by the combative arts.
Are you looking for a training facility that will teach you ways to protect yourself? Here are the top five reasons why training with Combat Defence Systems is for you:
The Filipino martial arts are very well rounded and consist of striking, grappling and weapons. The boxing component is widely known as Panantukan. It is often referred to as ‘dirty boxing’ due to its use of groin slaps, head butts, head manipulations, elbows, and limb destructions that are devastatingly effective. Knees are also added to…Details
Kali / Eskrima knife flow drills Whether it be empty hand or weapons training, techniques are really just a compilation of defences and attacks. While we have to learn ‘techniques’, the real test is when we train them out of movement, flow and unpredictability. This is where our attributes come in. Speed, timing, line familiarisation,…Details
Martial Arts and what to look for in an instructor Teaching is as easy or as difficult as the the instructor makes it. This can also mean the difference between good and not so good teaching which will ultimately effect the martial arts experience of the student. This is where the mindset of the instructor…Details