Understanding when GOOD is and isn’t GOOD ENOUGH matters in self defense.
I’ve been discussing what amounts to a false choice in class lately – a thinking exercise of sorts.
The discussion includes the consideration of the four basic Krav Maga principles and their relative importance (in the context of an armed threat/attack and alternatively as a strong-arm attack).
The exercise allows each student to assign a “score” of excellent to represent performance in that selected principle – the rest of the principles must be given a “score” of good to represent performance. The logical progression helps the student to understand the differences in the two types of attacks, the danger, and the logic behind the importance of performance across the set of Krav Maga principles.
Check out the video to hear more about the discussion.