Tag Archives: Methods

The Geometry of Krav Maga

Don’t mistake the geometry of movement with the geometry of Krav Maga. At times, these concepts are identical, but there are also times where the concepts diverge in dramatic fashion. The powerfully subtle differences create massive imbalances in your results. Check out the video below where I outline a few of these…
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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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Fighting Stance: Left to Right

Many students understand the value of developing skill from their opposite or non-dominate side stance. Few, however, clearly recognize that transitioning back to a dominant side stance is also critical in optimizing self-defense. In the video below, I quickly summarize an example of this transition in developing an optimal self-defense response. Check…
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Kravologists: Think It Through

A little more thought will go a long way in developing great Krav Maga students. There seems to be an unhealthy reliance on the Krav Maga instructor to solve problems that could otherwise be solved by the student. This reliance is unhealthy in that it fails to promote independent thought and ownership of…
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