Send me a Question; It Just Might Get Featured In An Article Soon!

So I realize for the first time in over 18 months, I simply don’t know what to write about this week.

Typically, some project I’ve been working on or an advanced topic from a class I’ve recently taught will spring to mind, inspiring me to write. However, this week, as my advanced group worked through an advanced drill, I realized that there was not a deep and common understanding of the drill and its purpose. So, I stopped class and asked each student to write down several questions about the drill that each felt were unclear or unanswered.

Interestingly, I ended up addressing some good questions. There was no judgment – as in, the answer being a ‘you should already know this’ retort. Instead, I took the opportunity to better understand where the students had knowledge gaps. With this in mind, I’ve decided to open the preverbal floor for questions – sort of like an Open Line Wednesday if we were a radio show.

So, use the form below. Send me your questions – up to three – if you’d like. I’ll pick out a common theme and address the question right here on the pages of Kravology in the next week or two.

Go for it!

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  1. Robby Hall

    Is the pluck a realistic defense against a choke from the front?

  2. Mateusz

    I’m always afraid of the “real fight” factor. I feel like there is a lack of sparing, besides shoulder drills, in the low levels of Krav classes. Are there any good drills that could be performed solo or with a partner that could kind of substitute for a real sparing while practicing Krav on lower levels?

  3. CJK

    Gents, I’ll be addressing these questions mid-October. Thanks for the inquiry!