Traditional Systems Defense

  • Comabtive Fighting Arts - Traditional Fighting Systems

    The history of martial arts go back thousands of years. These arts include traditions, techniques and philosophies of many systems and cultures.

  • Combative Fighting Arts CFA Traditional Systems Training

    At Combative Fighting Arts, our core foundation stem from traditional systems.

    Over the years we have evolved into more modern-day combatives. However, we still teach some of the traditional systems to those who seek them. Most of our core systems originate in the Far East and South Asia.

These systems include:

Combative Fighting Arts Filipino Kali

Filipino Kali / Escrima

Traditional martial arts of the Philippines using sticks and knifes. This medium to close range system is a blend of a variety of the most effective Filipino systems mixed with real world training drills. Develop good range, distance and timing along with movements, footwork and fighting multiple aggressors.

Combative Fighting Arts - Krabi Krabong

Thai Krabi Krabong

A weapons based art used by the traditional warriors of Thailand. Utilizes long, medium and short range weapons along with empty hand portion of the system of Muay Thai Kickboxing.

Combative Fighting Arts - Muay Thai

Muay Thai Kickboxing

Also known as the art of 8 weapons. Developed in ancient Thailand. This is one of the most devastating striking arts known to man. Utilizes the fist, elbows, knees, kicks and all with maximum power. Both for combat and sport, it utilizes stand-up striking along with various clinching techniques.

Combative Fighting Arts - Shotokan Karate

Shotokan Karate

A traditional Japanese Karate system that develops effective body mechanics while adding to your striking and defensive skills. Utilizes training, sparing and forms (Kata).

Combative Fighting Arts - Traditional Boxing

Traditional Boxing

Comabtive Fighting Arts - Brazilian Jujitsu

Brazilian Jujitsu

A system that focuses on primarily grappling, ground fighting and one-on-one competition. BJJ promotes the concept that a smaller, weaker person can successfully defend against a bigger, stronger, heavier assailant by using proper technique, leverage and most notably, taking the fight to the ground and applying joint locks and chokeholds to defeat the opponent. BJJ training can be for sport grappling tournaments and in self-defense situations.