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Slow Means Fast

@KravMagaEducator TOP TIP | SLOW MEANS FAST Learning Krav Maga is not too dissimilar to learning to drive a car. All limbs are engaged in bio mechanics, coordinated together. Observation of the external environment will determine the type and sequencing of the movement. Changes happening around...

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HOW TO DEFEND YOURSELF IN A STREET ATTACK

Written by: Greg Dziewonski Most of the street attacks don’t look like the ones in the movies. They are brutal, aggressive and over before you know it. In most cases during physical altercation you will be dealing with a bigger, stronger, faster and determined attacker, or even worse – multiple...

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ARTICLE: HOW TO AVOID THE MONKEY DANCE

-By Orjan Pettersen About The Writer:Orjan Pettersen is an Expert Level (E2) Krav Maga instructor based in Yorkshire, England.Originally from Norway, he teaches on-location across the UK, Europe and beyond and writes on Krav Maga, self defence and associated topics. Most violence is social, not...

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TOP TIP | PROTECTING YOURSELF LEGALLY.

Striking an aggressor preemptively is legally permissible* in many jurisdictions across the world, in order to protect yourself, third parties or property. The principles of having genuine belief that you need to defend yourself or having a fear for your safety is central to a self defence claim...

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What is Krav Maga?

By Greg Dziewonski - Performance Krav Maga Beginnings of Krav Maga go back to pre-WW2 era in Europe where Nazis start to oppress Jews in Czechoslovakia. A Hungarian born Jew Imi Lichtenfeld is not going to have it and starts resistance with his friends, fighting back on the streets of Bratislava....

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THE STRANGER TALKS by Orjan Pettersen

You’re alone, no one is around. Check. You’re a good fit. Check. You’re not paying attention. Check.  That’s all the stranger who’s now approaching you need to know. Predatory criminals don’t really care much about you, your feelings or the impact on your life. Robbers, serial...

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