While it is not always possible to prevent an assault, developing greater awareness will better your chances. In a previous blog, we offered an overview of “What is situational awareness. Now, the challenge is putting this awareness into practice. Here
Essence. fundamental nature or inherent characteristic Safe. free of danger or injury When people talk about Krav Maga they often talk about striking, no rules, weapon defences , fitness benefits, street survival. All of these are important aspects of Krav
Testing can be an effective way to evaluate your progress and highlight what you need to work on. To prepare for testing I suggest the following: Consistent training. Would you run a half marathon without training? I did 15 years
Self defense classes devote many hours teaching you to strike, deflect, block, escape… Such exercises help you to understand how to use your body to protect yourself. Training also develops your mental skills – identifying and assessing danger, adapting to
Generally, we perceive a greater sense of security in groups. Whether we are walking through a shopping mall, traveling on the subway, or sitting a movie theatre, we often relax, taking comfort in the “safety in numbers.” There are many
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Chokes are among the most dangerous of assaults. Cutting off air can lead to passing out or death. Also, the attacker is likely larger and stronger than thevictim of the assault. Surviving these attacks requires quickdecision-making and precise and effective
A problem well stated is a problem half solved. – Charles F. Kettering If we can really understand the problem, the answer will come out of it, because theanswer is not separate from the problem. – Jiddu Krishnamurti Before students