What do you teach in class?
KAPAP training is a modern day Close Quarter Battle system or commonly known as a CQB. Training principles have been passed down from the military and special police units (Military ethos).
Training split down to three facets
1. Spirit training: Mental and physical conditioning programme has been designed to ‘Toughen up’ a students mind and body and is essential part of training
2. Close quarter combat training: KAPAP is not a conventional martial art and does not have a syllabus. We teach principles, not techniques as they fail under pressure. Simple drills that build muscle memory and our regularly pressure tested.
Pressure testing is simply increasing adrenaline in the body and asking the student to perform drills. This is a rock solid way of really finding out what works and what doesn’t.
Classes can cover a number of subjects that include defence against knifes, firearms, heavy impact weapons, multiple attackers and street grappling.
3. Pre and post conflict training: This includes awareness, the law and conflict management skills and form an essential part of KAPAP training.