One of the more dangerous attacks is what we identify in our Krav Maga curriculum as headlocks from behind. Basic Level Two includes three variations. Arm-bar on front of the throat (windpipe) Arm-bar on the neck (carotid artery) Hand/s covering
With our Krav Maga school located in Toronto (the largest city in Canada), we often talk with people about safety in busy public areas. Many of them travel via public transit(subway, bus), visit malls and stores, and enjoy outdoor venues
It is winter in Toronto. Yeah! The best season of the year! Who is with me? No? Okay, so winter is not everyone’s cup of tea (or hot chocolate). For Torontonians, Canadians and other global communities, winter comes every year.
An oft-repeated term we use in Krav Maga is “Timeline.” In most cases, a timeline refers to the distance of the assailant. This distance has an integral role in how we defend ourselves. There is a significant difference, for example,