Tag Archives: Knife Defense

Stabbing Attacks & “Research”

During class this week, a student brought up an article written by a researcher that indicated most stabs, as researched via YouTube with a sample size of approximately 250, are delivered when the attacker posts on the victim with his/her off hand or arm. In the video below, I break down this…
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The Arena

C.S. Lewis Once Said, “Aim at Heaven And You Will Get Earth Thrown In. Aim at Earth and You Get Neither.” So, Dare Greatly My Friends! I’ve just completed the grading of the first ever Advanced Programming group’s year one test. The test included elements of Level 1 & 2 of the…
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Joint Lock Flow #4 and Krav Maga

Practice Joint Lock Flow #4 to Improve your Knife Take-Aways. In following up on last week’s cavalier articles, you may recall that I spent some time last weekend talking with students about my joint lock flow drill, its purpose, and the connection to Krav Maga training/defenses. Remember, that the joint lock flow…
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Back & Down – Not Down & Back

Placing Emphasis on Driving an Attacker’s Knife Arm Back Improves Several Krav Maga Knife Defenses When I teach knife defenses, many of these techniques call for an arrest or control of the arm wielding the edged weapon. And, in this context, we often hear the motor skill described as – down and…
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