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Krav Maga Proficiency and the “Flywheel”.

Mar. 25, 2019 by

In his seminal book, Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t, Jim Collins explores how good companies become better great. Though focused on business development, Collins offers some lessons that can be applied to becoming

Basic Level 1 (B1): An Overview

Mar. 20, 2019 by

The Kravolution curriculum includes 11 levels. Basic 1-5, Advanced 1-5, and Expert 1. This series of blogs will offer an overview of each level. We begin, of course, with Basic 1 (B1). B1 can be divided into categories. and offers

From Bad to Worse: Don’t Leave the First Scene

Mar. 18, 2019 by

“There can be no good outcome from a violent criminal wanting to spend private time with you.” Rory Miller  Criminals who commit assaults have various motives. Criminals might commit an assault to take your property – money, possessions etc.  Other

6 Tips for Preventing and Surviving Assaults in Elevators

Mar. 15, 2019 by

In a densely populated city like Toronto, many people use elevators to access floors in high rise buildings such as apartment buildings, condos, and offices. Sometimes, these elevator trips are during busy times when we are crammed with others. Other

Mistakes as a Necessary Part of Your Self-Defense Training.

Mar. 13, 2019 by

Forget your mistakes, but remember what they taught you. Dorothy GalyeanFailure is just another way to learn how to do something right. Marian Wright Edelman A smooth sea never made a good mariner. English proverb. Self-defense training offers a physical

“Follow Your Gut”: Intuition and Self-Defense

Mar. 6, 2019 by

Intuition:  immediate apprehension by the mind without reasoning.  Empiricism: the theory that all knowledge is derived from sense-experience.     Reasoning: Coming to an understanding or conclusion through logical argument.   Your “inner voice, a “gut feeling”, a “hunch.”  People use