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Sunday, 18 October 2020 18:04

100 Fights in 100 Minutes Benefit 2020

Perth Saturday 14th NOV, 11:30AM

100fights graphic100 rounds of kickboxing for a great cause.

Proceeds from the funds raised through this event will be donated to a CAIA family member who is battling a brain tumour.

The Concept: A friendly 100 rounds of sparring - with the proceeds going to a great cause! 

How it works: This is friendly endurance event in which fighters do 100 rounds of kickboxing and get sponsors in order to raise funds for a worthy cause. Each round will be one minute and fighters will change partners every round for 100 rounds of pure adrenaline.

We are seeking sponsors for each fighter for 100 rounds! You could donate a dollar per round, or it could be ten cents per round. Every dollar helps.

What can I do? Fighter Registration is now closed. PLEASE SPONSOR A FIGHTER by filling in the PayPal form below. If you are thinking of coming down to watch, make sure and arrive early as space is limited!

Monday, 27 August 2018 07:01

Situational Awareness Games: Tips and Tricks to Improve your Personal Safety

In the previous three posts I discussed some important issues concerning situational awareness and its importance. The first article discussed the importance of developing situational awareness as a key to the prevention of violence. The second article discussed why some people don’t listen to their gut instinct, with some entertaining and amazing stories to show both terrible awareness and excellent, literally life-saving awareness. The third article gave you some tips to help you know what danger might look like so you can identify it in time. 

Now that you know why it's important and what you need to look for, I am going to give you some simple and effective tools that can help you develop and improve your situational awareness. 

A little, but important, explanation first. The reason I refer to these as games is not to downplay their importance, but rather to emphasise the fact that this kind of training doesn't have to be scary, hard or cumbersome. It can be a lot of fun, and can challenge you in fun and interesting ways. 

Here we go!

Sunday, 12 August 2018 18:00

The Situational Awareness Trap: Do You Know What to Look For?

In the previous two posts I discussed some important issues concerning situational awareness and its importance.

The first article discussed the importance of developing situational awareness as a key to the prevention of violence.
The second article discussed why some people don’t listen to their gut instinct, with some entertaining and amazing stories to show both terrible awareness and excellent, literally life-saving awareness.

Before we get into how to develop better situational awareness, I think it’s important to stop and identify the situational awarness trap; we are often told we need to develop it, that it's important, that it can save your life... And that's all true. We may evn be given some tips on how to develop this (I'll discuss this int he next article). But even with all of this in mind, do you know what to look for?

Sunday, 28 January 2018 19:01

Not Just Like Riding a Bike - Thoughts on Longevity in Self Defence

There are many wonderful lessons to learn from the martial arts. Not just about how to move your body through space, but rather about who you are, who you can be and how to interact with others.

But is there one style that teaches this better than others?

Sunday, 14 January 2018 17:24

The Art of Picking Locks - Thoughts on Teaching Martial Arts

I recall the following experience from the time I was studying music at university;
I was experimenting, before class, with a particular effects pedal for my guitar that I absolutely loved. The lecturer walked in 5 minutes late, while I was still playing around. He didn’t say ‘hi’ or ‘good morning’. What he did say was “yeah, cause that’s the sound we all want… turn that shit off and let’s do something useful. Start with this tune – 1, 2, 3, 4…”

In one short sentence, he managed to embarrass me in front of the class, mock my creativity and hurt my confidence. He moved on to the tune instantaneously and thereby eliminated any chance I had to reply or comment.
The rest of that rehearsal was torture. This was over ten years ago, and it still stings when I think about it! So why bring it up now?

Thursday, 23 November 2017 17:07

FREE Krav Maga Open Week Perth Dec 1st - 8th, 2017

LEARN KRAV MAGA at CAIA - FREE 1-Week Trial

Krav Maga Open Week - Get fit, have fun, meet great people, learn from internationally ranked instructors and gain some mad skills!
FREE 1 week trial in the first week of December.

Spaces are filling up fast so don't miss out.

>> Just click here to jump to our booking system and register online

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Class sizes are limited. You snooze, you lose. Don't miss this.

 

CAIA KRAV MAGA OPEN WEEK - Martial Arts Perth

Saturday, 18 November 2017 13:00

FREE BJJ Open Week Perth Dec 1st - 8th, 2017

LEARN BJJ at CAIA - FREE 1-Week Trial

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Open Week - Get fit, have fun, learn from an an experienced Brazilian Black Belt instructor and join our winning team!
FREE 1 week trial in the first week of December.

Spaces are filling up fast so don't miss out.

>> Just click here to jump to our booking system and register online

>> Click here to contact us for more info

>> View the timetable

 

Class sizes are limited. You snooze, you lose. Don't miss this.

 

CAIA BJJ OPEN WEEK - Martial Arts Perth

Monday, 13 November 2017 21:04

CAIA Open Week Perth Dec 1st - 8th, 2017

1 week FREE unlimited Martial Arts & Fitness intro

Get fit, learn mad skills, train with great instructors and meet awesome people at CAIA!

From December 1 - 8, we are having an Open Week - and you can book as many classes as you can FOR FREE. Krav Maga, BJJ, Kickboxing, Japanese Jujutsu & Weapons, FMA, MMA, Wrestling, Yoga and more - all with dedicated, internationally accredited instructors.

 

>> Just click here to jump to our booking system and register online.

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Class sizes are limited. You snooze, you lose. Don't miss this.

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Monday Martial Arts and Fitness Classes

  • 06:00: Kickboxing
  • 09:30: Open Mat
  • 12:00: BJJ (all levels)
  • 17:00: Sparring (invitation only)
  • 17:30: Kickboxing (Beginners)
  • 17:30: Kickboxing (Int/Advanced)
  • 18:30: MMA
  • 18:30: FMA
  • 19:30: Krav Maga (beginners)
  • 19:30: Krav Maga (all levels)
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Tue

Tuesday Martial Arts | Yoga | Fitness

  • 09:15: Yoga
  • 15:30: Kids Jujutsu & Krav Maga
  • 16:30: Teenagers Jujutsu & Krav Maga
  • 17:30: Japanese Jujutsu & Weapons
  • 17:30: Boxing (all levels)
  • 17:30: BJJ (beginners intro)
  • 18:30: BJJ - Gi (all levels)
  • 18:30: Krav Maga (all levels)
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Wed

Wednesday Martial Arts and Fitness Classes

  • 06:00: Kickboxing
  • 09:30: Open Mat
  • 12:00: BJJ (NoGi - all levels)
  • 17:00: Sparring (invitation only)
  • 17:30: Kickboxing (Beginners)
  • 17:30: Kickboxing (Int/Advanced)
  • 18:30: Krav Maga (Beginners)
  • 18:30: Krav Maga (all levels)
  • 18:30: Wrestling
  • 19:30: Krav Maga (Int/Advanced)
More info
Thu

Thursday Martial Arts | Yoga | Fitness

  • 09:15: Yoga
  • 15:30: Kids Jujutsu & Krav Maga
  • 16:30: Teenagers Jujutsu & Krav Maga
  • 17:30: Krav Maga (all levels)
  • 17:30: BJJ (NoGi - all levels)
  • 18:30: Japanese Jujutsu & Weapons (90 min)
  • 18:30: Yoga
  • 18:30: BJJ (Int/Advanced)
More info
Fri

Friday Martial Arts and Fitness Classes

  • 06:00: Kickboxing
  • 09:30: Open Mat
  • 12:00: BJJ (all levels)
  • 17:00: Sparring (invitation only)
  • 17:30: Kickboxing (Beginners)
  • 17:30: Kickboxing (Int/Advanced)
  • 17:30: FMA - Filipino Martial Arts
  • 18:30: BJJ - Beginners
  • 18:30: Fight Tech
  • 19:30: BJJ - Intermediate
More info
Sat

Saturday Martial Arts & Sparring Session

  • 09:30: BJJ Sparring - Gi 'n NoGi (Intermediate)
  • 09:30: Krav Maga (all levels)
  • 10:30: Krav Maga Scenario Training (by invitation)
  • 10:30: Boxing (all levels)
  • 11:30: MMA Sparring
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CAIA OPEN WEEK - Martial Arts Perth

Sunday, 17 September 2017 16:02

Economic Theory and Your Training, Pt. 2 - Lessons From Behavioural Finance

In my previous article, I discussed some examples of economic models that can be used to optimise one’s martial arts training.

The connection seems obvious in a way; Many of the highest ranking martial arts experts I have trained with are also savvy, successful business people and entrepreneurs. After all, martial arts theory has been used by business people the world over for many centuries. Books such as Sun Tzu’s The Art of War and Musashi’s Book of Five Rings are considered timeless classics on warfare, but also as guides to corporate strategy and business management. Indeed many of the famous Samurai were not only warriors, but also statesmen who served in an advisory capacity beyond that of a hired sword or bodyguard. 

If martial arts theory can be applied to business, why can’t the opposite be true?

Sunday, 03 September 2017 13:06

Venn Diagrams and Martial Arts: Tradition, Sport and Self Defence

A topic that has been coming up in conversation and discussion over and over again over the past few weeks has been the differences between combat sports, self-defence and martial arts.

To the average person with no martial arts experience, they are often overlapping, perhaps even interchangeable. Indeed, most martial arts schools advertise all three regardless of the style they teach.

But are they exactly the same? If they are not, do they overlap and to what extent? Or are they totally different, or even mutually exclusive, modes of training?

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