Why is Krav Maga the best?
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Krav Maga has appeal to many because it is based on simple easy to learn and easy to retain skills. It is not geared to competitions because there are no rules. The intent is to get home safe by whatever means necessary. Reaction to a violent attack builds upon ones natural reactions to the threat using gross rather than fine motor skills to fend off the attack and immediately counterattack. As a practitioner of Krav Maga, I think it is the best self-defense system for me. Depending on what you are looking for, it may or may not be the best for you.
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Krav Maga . Krav Maga was created by Imi Lichtenfeld in the early 1960's. The name itself is Hebrew for Close Combat and was originally designed for use by the Israeli defense forces, it is taught throughout the world as a defensive art to both civilians and many different security forces.. The …style is predominately designed for self defense. The focus is on ensuring that the individual has the abilities to take advantage of any openings that are apparent. It also pushes the trainees physically to get them to, and keep them at, a high level of readiness for any situation.. The main principles are: . Avoid injury . Take advantage of natural reflexes . Act as quickly as possible . Know and use the human body's vulnerabilities . Use of the body and all objects near at hand as weapons . There are no rules. . Training works on the main areas of concern, defenses against punches and kicks, multiple attackers, escaping from grabs and chokes as well as being able to punch and kick effectively. Sparring provides experience and establishes confidence. (MORE)
Answer . Transilvania School of Krav Maga will be arriving in Liverpool shortly. . check out www.kravmaga-system.com and contact Adrian through his website . type 'krav maga in london' into google there are loads
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Krav Maga is a pretty good street fighting system but if you want to feel confident on the street when getting into an altercation it's best to have cross trained in a few different styles. Krav is very good at teaching you to react explosively to a real life situation. All the moves are practical a…nd have purpose, there is nothing for show or flowery included. Taking a krav maga class will make you feel like you've enrolled in a boot camp, with instructors yelling at you, constantly changing the commands and scenarios in order to push you mentally and physically until you break down. The more they do break you down, the better you will be when you bounce back. In krav, they will teach you not to stop until your opponent is down and is not going to be getting back up. DISCLAIMER: Putting someone down on the street like you will be taught in a krav class may result in criminal charges being filed against you since in many states or countries, you are not allowed to defend yourself after your opponent is no longer a threat. Also, if your opponent is not a perceived threat to witnesses, you can be charged with assault and battery if the court finds you or those you were protecting were not in immediate danger. This is especially hard to argue your way out of beating the crap out of someone who wasn't holding a knife or gun. Be prepared to face the consequences of anything you may do in a streetfight. (MORE)
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No, Krav Maga is one specific martial art, while MMA is a mixed of multiple martial art styles, hench the name Mixed Martial Arts. Krav Maga is more of a self defense by whatever means and really isn't for sport like MMA.
No, they are not the same. Karv Maga originated in Israel and is a no rules barred method of protecting one's self if attacked. MMA has rules and is refereed..
http://www.kravmaga.co.il/history.html. Officially, Krav Maga and the state of Israel were born together, for all intents and purposes, however in reality the martial art was already subconsciously being developed on the streets of Batrislava, where its founder was protecting the ashkenazi Jewish c…ommunity from another of yet, numberless persecutions even though Iraqi Jews stayed in Iraq for 2,000 years and never had to but that's another story. (MORE)
It has to be, otherwise if you're injured or crippled how can you use it? Krav Maga training does not believe in sparring, only in putting students in a hopeless situation. Training drills involve things like the instructor starting the exercise with you in a hopeless chokehold. A chokehold that is,… where three other men are restraining your arms and legs and then they tell you "alright, try to get out." The purpose of that is to more or less mimick a "street fighting" situation, as on the streets sometimes things get "hopeless." If the instructors know what they are doing and you follow their guidance, it is no more dangerous than karate,jeet kune do, or any of the other fighting arts. (MORE)
Krav Maga (literally, "Close Combat") was/is designed for one thing - fighting and defending yourself in real world conditions. It was developed by the Israelis, and there are few on the planet that know how to defend themselves in harsh and hostile environments. The History Channel ran a special… on it last year - you can get it online or at Best Buy. My best friend is FBI, and I as a Tang Soo Do 1st Dan was intrigued and impressed by what I saw. These guys use it every day in real world conditions and it works. I gave my copy of the video to my friend - he was in combat with SpecOps forces in Iraq, and he was impressed enough that he started taking lessons himself. Others at the Bureau who he works with have also been impressed and have taken it up. The difference between Krav Maga and traditional Martial Arts is that most of the karate forms today have been significantly watered down, or the more deadlier real meanings for different strikes haven't been passed on to some students. Also, many traditional martial artists train with Gi's in a dojo. They rarely train in street clothes outside. However, in a real world situation, that's exactly how you're going to find yourself if you get attacked. The Israelis have essentially taken the best portions of different Martial Arts, and modified them for use in everyday real world situations in any kind of environment. Weapon disarms, Get the Krav Maga video that History Channel produced for their Human Weapons series - it runs about 8 bucks, and I found my copy at the special interest section of DVD's at Best Buy. You can get it online at History Channel here: http://tinyurl.com/kroowl In my opinion it is definitely effective. Remember the environment that the IDF is exposed to every day in the Middle East in their own country. They live and survive with this art. That in itself is a testament to its effectiveness. I have been practicing Krav Maga for about a year now. I think it is very effective in teaching discipline and self-preservation. (MORE)
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You want to learn krav maga but not the light version that's for womens self defense you wanna learn the hard core version that they teach mossad officers any ideas?
Krav maga is not taught 'watered down' by qualified instructors. It is a straight forward art without any fluff. . To give you extra insight into your question on wanting to learn " hardcore Krav maga such as taught to Mossad any ideas". Based on my own almost 10 years of Krav Maga training (26… years I am in self defese or full contact martial arts). I trained in a few different versions of Krav maga, became an krav maga instructor. (plus already 4th dan in Mugendo, full contact kick boxing for year, & do muay thai too) I came across a very "hardcore" version of Krav Maga, I was impressed & I certified as instructor in this "version" of "hardcore" Krav Maga, developed by top expert in Israel called Itay Gil (This was 3 years before "Human Weapon" krav maga History Channel feature, which he appeared in). Itay Gil who was head of I.D.F. Krav Maga training, after he did 9 years active service in unit called Yamam, and still training the Duvdevan IDF unit in Krav Maga and I think the IDF version of navy seal (Sayreth 13, I think is name?) they all are trained in " hardcore krav maga". A friend an associate of Itay Gil, who taught me combat shooting, (part of this style of krav maga instructor certification requirement) who severed in Israeli Special Unit Sayreth Duvdevan maybe 10+ years back, told me the Krav Maga traning was very "hardcore" & daily 2 - hours for 4 - 6 months, then training was montly "top up". Broken noses, KOs, injuries etc. The IDF Krav Maga Instructor who trained him was a son of famous Israel Martial Arts expert Dennis Hannover. Apparently the injury rate was so high from hardcore Krav Maga the very elite units learned was so high, up to 40% of those selected had to drop out due to injury. (open to correction on that figure), this units krav maga training IDF cut back to 4 months & 2 hours daily to stop the injury rate. (Remember these dudes Shoot!.. KM is a back up). The civilian version is 90% similar syllabus, and it is very simple, very strike orientated, not many techniques, more improvised focused. However, Full Contact all out fighting and full contact attacks from weapons (rubber training knife, baton. gun disarms with gas power air soft guns). I also incorporate a lot of full contact sparring boxing etc, boxing Vs kickboxing with knees etc (and all out fighting non stop 1 min drills). Where I instruct my Krav Maga class, following the syllabus & ethos from Itay Gil. How Hardcore? My Krav Maga class I treach, & train (only several of us small group) I got ribs broken few weeks back during the above free fighting full contact drills (still trained on), yesterday was hard fighting with one guy very close to full knock out. Tomorrow is going be full contact Krav Maga knife defenses, & batons (using hard plastic heavy pipe... not a foam training baton). Black eyes are common. We ease off the hard hard stuff for a few weeks, then do at least 1 week a month full on, do or die. That is the way Itay Gil's Krav Maga method is, that's what he teaches to Special IDF Units (see youtube etc. Long answer because I the above is the only way I could give you you a fair full answer to your question. Compare the "hardcore" to other versions of Krav Maga and draw your own conclusions. Final point, in martial arts in general, there is too much talk about "styles" in general view it like this, there is e.g. punches/strikes etc. E.g. in a real fight street self defense - it is either you or the criminal violent attacker. Only one of you will Win! There is only 2 types of punch/strike - 1. A Bad Punch/Strike. they did not damage your attacker. (so your in danger now) 2. A Good Punch/Strike's which stunned, neutralized, injured your attacker so you can escape. (Your not a victim, your out of danger. You got a successful result.) Styles - be it Krav Maga or other Reality Self Defense Martial Arts, it is not so much the style most have very similar punches/strikes etc , it is HOW you train that makes Krav maga good for the street. Hardcore full contact and also on street attack recreations and very aggressive mindset. (MORE)
I will offer, a Chinese proverb;. "fear not the man who knows 10,000 techniques; fear the man, who has practiced 1 technique 10,000 times.". While martial arts differ in terms of energy efficiency, that is, caloric energy consumed relative to the kinetic (physics) energy exerted, and some are inde…ed better than others, ultimately it boils down to your own work ethic.. Since you are asking and I don't want you walking away from your computer all angry, the answer is Muay Thai; in terms of raw efficiency and effectiveness it easily tops it. There is less to learn, and less to learn means you can do what little you know, more times. If a martial art has 100 moves, how long do you think it will take you to master it, hours and years wise? You don't have to seriously answer but no doubt a very long time. If a martial art only has 10 moves, is it conceivable, you can defend yourself after only 2 months of hard work? If the moves were well thought out, and more importantly well-tested, of course.. In Krava Maga, there is just too much unnecessary garbage; the original style taught by Imi Sde Orr its founder, was a simple synthesis of Judo, and Boxing, now, its got "scientific principles this" and "scientific principles that." I don't give a crap about science; I'm trying to stop that psychopath from stomping my head into the pavement! For Christ's sake can't a guy go to a bar without someone picking a fight..... Not saying it happened but, just making a point; too many moves are not a good thing, but neither are too few.. Its more how well you know it, not what you know; as you grow older you will come to realize, the refined skill is what is valued by human society at large, not so much knowledge. College degrees, except skill based degrees like say, anything math related, are indeed worthless; given a choice between the two, skill is more valuable than knowledge because ultimately, it is real skill which leads to advancement of knowledge in the first place.. Then there is also the issue of spiritual purification; in traditional Chinese and Japanese circles, the masters of days past insisted, that "Kung Fu," that is attaining Savant skill levels in martial arts, was impossible without meditation, meditation, with the intent to make yourself a better person. Due to the influence of Buddhism, the martial artists of Asia, very much believe in Karma; misuse a martial art, and no matter how skilled you are, your Karma will come back to haunt you.. Between those two again, Muay Thai, easily; however remember, whereas the learning of skill can be done in a relatively brief span of time, the PERFECTION of skill, the refinement of it, takes time, and a lot of work. (MORE)
You need to locate a Krav Maga Training Place. You need to also be aware that most places have a variety of martial arts, or in this case "Fighting Systems". A Karate Dojo may offer Krav Maga, you just have to make some phone calls and ask around. When you pick a Krav Maga training facility you n…eed to find out how the instructors are trained and any affiliation with a larger organization that trains and certifies instructors. Like anything else there are good and bad instructors and facilities. Talk to those training at the site and do some research on line. I operate two Krav Maga facilities in Maryland currently with 22 certified instructors and we are affiliated with Krav Maga Worldwide who has significant credentials in the civilian, law enforcement and military communities. Look for this type of credibility. (MORE)
Krav Maga was developed as a "Fighting System". However, all of the Krav Maga techniques have been taken from various Martial Arts from all over the world. So Krav Maga is Krav Maga, and all of the techniques are taken from other arts, it is unique in its on way.
the answer is yes but depends where and how far you want to travel, there are classes in Lincoln for example, if you in north Lincolnshire you my be interesting to travel to Hull check Spartans academy of Krav Maga. good luck
no ive been doing krav maga for 5 years im feeling better than i did my back is not huring anymore plus it is really fun easy and a good workout
Each person is going to have their own opinion, and one art is not inherently better than another. It depends on the quality of instruction, and the skill of the practitioner as to the effectiveness in real life self defense. You need to decide what you want to do. It is best view a class of each, a…nd make your own decision. Some schools of Taekwondo differ greatly from other schools of Taekwondo. Some are sport oriented, and may appear to be just about competition. Other schools are toned down to be family fun oriented training for the kids, and their moms and dads. Authentic Taekwondo is very deadly, and those that train in a "Reality-based" school will have a much more intense program. Those that train in Krav Maga will often desire the straight forward approach to fighting with a strong focus on just the techniques needed to win in self defense. A typical Taekwondo program is more rounded out with a balance of material that supplements the whole mind, body and spirit aspects that are not directly related to physical combat, but support the training of the student as a whole. Whether either one is "better" is up to the individual to decide, but a skilled practitioner of either art can be just as deadly and effective in self defense. (MORE)
It depends on what kind of fight it is. MMA and Krav Maga are similar. They both take many different martial arts and combine them to be more effective. But they also have big differences. MMA teaches you ring fighting. They will teach you how to do well in things like UFC, or fighting tornaments. T…here are many rules in MMA. For example, you can not repetively kick somebody in the groin in an MMA competition. Krav Maga, on the other hand, is an extreamly brutal and efficient martial art. There are absolutely no rules in Krav Maga. They will teach you to fight until there is no fight leaft, in other words they teach you to fight until your opponet is physically unable to continue, or dead. (whatever is necassary) So, if you are in some sort of tornament, MMA will probably win, because their training revolves around rules. If its a fight on the streets, Krav Maga will destroy MMA, because on the streets, there are no rules and no refferies to tell you when to stop.*Ultimately it depends on who is better at what they do. Lets say we have two people who are about to fight. Person A does MMA, and Person B does Krav Maga, and they are getting into a street fight. Lets say that Person A has praticed MMA for 30 years, and Person B has practiced Krav Maga for only 6 months. In this case MMA would win because he has much more experience. Krav Maga has only 6 months of experience vs 30 years of experience. So it really depends on who has more experience, and who has more motivation to practice and train hard to do good. (MORE)
Well Krav Maga is a combination of many martial arts like Jiujitsu, Muy Thai, and Kickboxing. It seems that Muy Thai is pretty similar. MMA would be like the sport version of krav Maga. They are both a combination of several martial arts, both are modern, and both are proven to be effective, but MMA… is a sport and Krav Maga is a combat. Krav Maga is Hebrew for "contact combat" Krav Maga is deadly and will teach how to defend yourself on the streets. So you can say that MMA is like Krav Maga, but just a little less brutal and deadly, and designed for things like UFC or boxing. (any kind of fighting that has rules.) But it will still work great on the streets. (MORE)
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The answer is yes. The Navy Seals and other special forces will take many different martial arts, and will combine them to be most effctive on the battlefield. Krav Maga is one of those arts used by the Navy Seals, along with many others, like Sambo, Judo, Ninjutsu, ect. (Krav Maga was actually deve…loped and mainly used today by the Israili army and special forces) (MORE)
1. Go to your dex at the top left corner. (The one in the middle) 2. You will see the dex. All the colored mogas are the mogas that you've caught, the ones which are black means you didn't catch it. 3. Below, there are 3 slots for your team. The other 3 have not yet made a slot. 4. Remove the …mogas you don't want to be in your team (go to the moga and click the cross that appeared in the top right corner). 5. Click on the moga you want to change to. Click 'Apply To Team'. 6. Exit the dex, click on the world and start fighting with your new moga! NOTE* You can't change your moga's name ONCE you have it. You will have only ONE chance, and that is when you catch it. NOTE* Mogas are un-releasable, so don't catch too many mogas, you will get irritated and wishing for a bin to throw your mogas in. (MORE)
There are new techniques at each belt level but they all build on basic techniques and a philosophy that turns a self-defense technique into an immediate counterattack. Basic techniques include kick to the groin, right straight and left straight punches, elbows, knees, a variety of kicks, pluck defe…nses against a variety of choke attacks, other chore defenses, 360 defenses involving arm blocks, inside defenses involving in deflecting punches, headlock defenses, bear hug defenses, movement, ground techniques, break falls, and on and on to handgun, long gun, knife and stick defenses and multiple attacker techniques. (MORE)
You mean the most reputable and of reliable expert skills? That would be Darren Levine; he has trained extensively in Israel under Eyal Yanilov, and the inventor of the martial himself, Imi Sde Orr shortly before he died if I'm not mistaken. He is also only one of a very few IKMA certified American …instructors. (MORE)
Tae Kwon Do is a Korean martial art. Krav Maga is an Israeli martial art. Both involve the use of kicks and punches, but the philosophies are different (as is their history).
From Judo and a close relative of collegiate level catch wrestling, he took the grappling techniques which he felt could be done with the greatest efficiency, and by the most people, young or old. He added only very few moves of his own. Far as strikes, mostly modified Boxing. However that is the OR…IGINAL form; modern Krav Maga has some elements of Kung Fu, and Muay Thai. Some; it has also absorbed military combatives from around the world. If you are looking for flashy and showy though, Krav Maga is not for you. Its all about efficiency and incapacitation. Although to be honest, you'd be just as well served taking up Judo, and doing Boxing on the side. Seriously man if you know Judo and Boxing, everything else is a waste of time, if self defense is what you're looking for. If you know Kyokoshin Karate then THAT becomes a waste of time, many people swear by Kyokoshin, claiming its the only martial art you'll ever need. And, if you know AUTHENTIC Shaolin Kung Fu, taught by an actual Shaolin monk or the advanced student of a shaolin monk, then THAT becomes a waste of time. If I had to recomend styles......... 1) Shaolin Kung Fu 2) Kyokoshin Karate 3) Judo 4) Boxing Tai Chi Chuan is said to posses even greater power, owing to that chi energy stuff, but assuming you believe what is considered by most, even in China, to be superstition, even then developing such "powers" even in legend, is said to take DECADES. Even Shaolin Kung Fu can be learned and perfected in only 3 years. Why the 10 year rule then? The 10 year rule in Kung Fu tradition is just there to ensure the student has a good work ethic; the truth is most Kung Fu styles, all the techniques, can be learned in only one year, assuming your body is fit and ready. Basically, its one year to prepare the body, one year to learn all the techniques and forms, one year to make the techniques perfect, and an additional 7 years to make sure you won't get lazy in your training. However if you were well-raised, and already have a strong work ethic and can be trusted to keep practicing, I suppose in these modern times you can ignore those extra 7 years with Sifu. Seriously though man if you have a chance to learn Shaolin Kung Fu, don't waste your time with anything else. (MORE)
Krav Maga is rather new as a martial art which many claim is more martial than art. It was started by Imi Lichtenfeld in Israel in the 1940's. Krav Maga is a reality based system of self-defense that relies more on gross muscle movements rather than fine motor skills. Since it originated in the Isra…el Defense Forces it had to work for both men and women and against all types of opponents. It had to be easy to learn and easy to retain the skills because of limited training time. Most martial arts are involved in competition where there are rules and Krav Maga is more oriented for self-defense with no rules. Mottos like Get home safe tell the story. Recently I went to a presentation on active shooters given by a SWAT team lead. He said that if you find yourself in such a situation you have to decide whether to take action or not should the opportunity present itself. He said if you did decide that you had to take action that it must be aggressive, violent and effective. That describes Krav Maga in such a situation. You can get the U.S. history of Krav Maga from Krav Maga Worldwide website. (MORE)
Better is always a subjective term. The two styles are different and potentially for different purposes. Krav Maga is a reality based self-defense system with no rules that uses gross motor skills that can be learned quickly and retained. There are certain basic techniques that build on each other t…o increase certain skills. Kung Fu uses elegant movements and requires more training to become efficient. (MORE)
Krav Maga is reality-based self-defense. It has no rules, but is based on a fighting system that is very aggressive and counter-attacks immediately as part of many defensive tactics. Even blocking an attack it is done aggressively as an offensive move. There are no rules because Krav Maga is not tau…ght for competitions like many martial arts, but it is designed to get you home safe. The offensive weapons are punches, kicks, elbows, knees but how they are used as part of a defensive tactic is what sets Krav Maga aside from kickboxing, for example. There are also defense against the weapons a bad guy on the street may use like knives, guns and sticks. (MORE)
You learn self defense and when to use it and when not to use it (Aka restraint)
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If you can pass the days of stringent physical conditioning, then yes, it is a good system of self-defense. But the training pushes your body to its physical and psychological limits.
Enforce Krav maga is a self defense system used by many different people. The address to their Florida location is 13010 N Dale Mabry Hwym, Tampa, FL 33618.
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You can find information about Krav Maga martial arts techniques online from the Krav Maga website. You can also get information about Krav Maga from the Wikipedia. You can view instructional Krav Maga videos online at the YouTube website.
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The cast of O magas apo to Giousouroum xanahtypa - 1989 includes: Mihalis Desilas Stella Konstantinidou Spyros Merianos Vassilis Papanikas Nota Paroussi Tasos Polyhronopoulos Dinos Samartzis Toula Spinelli Pepi Stavropoulou Kostas Theodossis Zoi Voudouri
The cast of Boothayyana Maga Ayyu - 1974 includes: Vaishali Rushyendramani Bhawani Balkrishna Lokesh as Ayyu Vishnuvardhan as Gulla Susheela Naidu
The cast of Tazi krav tryabvashe da se prolee - 1985 includes: Adriana Andreeva as Stamenova Todor Atanasov as Zahari Yordan Bikov as Yordan Stefan Danailov as Yuvigi han Evgeniya Demireva Petar Despotov as Chinkov Vasil Dimitrov as Monastirski Maya Dimitrova as Anush Dobri Dobrew Hristo Domuschiev …as Dimitriev Katia Ivanova as Lilyana Tzocho Kerkenezov as Teofan Lilyana Kovacheva as Maykata Maksim Kranchev Todor Kumanov Nikolay Latev as Tihalov Alexander Lilov as Matey Boris Lukanov as Polkovnik Grozdanov Kina Mutafova as Emiliya Sasho Petkov Vasil Popiliev Anton Radichev Veselin Rankov as Viktor Nikolai Sotirov as Bayron Georgi Stefanov as Mayorat Ognyan Uzunov as Dinkata Marin Yanev as Denchev Anani Yavashev as Patrana Ivan Yordanov as Klisurski Vesko Zehirev as Shorlokov Veneta Zyumbyuleva as Kaka Rayna (MORE)
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The cast of Maga Rayudu - 1994 includes: Vijayshanti Brahmanandam Karthik Sanga Kumara Swamy as Constable
The cast of Ha-Krav Al Tel Hai - 2000 includes: Vered Feldman Vladimir Friedman as Yosef Trumpeldor Shai Kaminski Irena Shulman
The cast of Maathu Thappadha Maga - 1978 includes: Arathi Rajnikanth Leelavathi Balkrishna Udaya Kumar Anant Nag
The cast of Helem Krav - 1989 includes: Anat Atzmon Slava Chaplin as Dr. Klein Dan Turgeman as Micha Asher Tzarfati as Gidon
The cast of Tidens krav - 1933 includes: William Bewer Hermann Florant Axel Garvild Henry Hartz Axel Kolding Inga Schultz
Helem Krav - 1989 was released on: USA: 29 September 1989 (New York City, New York)
Alive and Well with Michelle Harris - 2002 Krav Maga was released on: USA: 4 November 2011