Krav Maga is a dynamic, effective fighting self-defense system. It is designed to be practical for people of any shape, size, or age. The methods expand on your basic instincts to learn skills quickly, while empowering you to handle attacks, regardless of the scenario. You will know how to defend yourself and your loved ones, while increasing instinctive reflexes and awareness.
It was developed in the 50s, uniting the most effective philosophies and techniques from several fight training and martial arts. At first, it was only taught to the Israeli Army. Instructions for civilians started in the 70s. Multiple forms of Krav Maga are going on today, including those for civilians (self-defense), the military, and police officers.
No experience is needed to start learning Krav Maga. At first, you’ll learn basic stances, striking, methods for falling and getting up safely, as well as basic defenses against typical attacks like headlocks and chokes. Besides learning how to deal with an attack, you will train to execute under stress and learn prevention techniques that will aid in stopping you from getting into difficult situations.
Krav Maga is purely self-defense. There are no competitions for self-defense scenarios. A person trains in Krav Maga to help avoid and survive the worst-case scenario. If a person is threatening your life, Krav Maga trains on how to avoid the scenario from the start.
If you’re at the point of no return, you’re trained to use the most effective techniques to survive while under extreme stress. There are no elaborate choreographies, traditions, or uniforms. You don’t train in Krav Maga to show off or bully others. You train to save your own lives and the lives of your loved ones. People train in Krav Maga “so that they can walk in peace.