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KMG – Instructor of the month August 2015

KMG – instructor of the month August 2015

Name: Edwin Peng, KMG Singapore

Age: 34

Marital status: Married

Occupation: Director, Krav Maga Global Singapore

Experience in Krav Maga: 10 Years


Why I do Krav Maga:

Krav Maga is a simple system. It is easy to learn and anyone can do it. It’s an enhancement of the body’s natural reaction to a problem.

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Focusing on the mission in Krav Maga

Focusing on the mission in Krav Maga

Guest blog by Johnny Waterschoot KMG Belgium


In Krav Maga classes, we regularly tell our students to “focus on the mission”. Not only because it sounds cool, or because it comes from Krav Maga’s history in the military, but because it is important for the student to focus on the outcome of the situation.

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KMG camps in Israel – A journey by Ariel Townsend –

Journey to the KMG camps In Israel

As a developing female instructor, we asked Ariel to share her experience at G Camp in Israel last month. Ariel is an assistant instructor from the Pacific Northwest in the U.S. What follows are her thoughts and experiences from G Camp. Her candid story is a beautiful reminder of how powerful our system is, and how important the sense of community can be in supporting all our instructors and students. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Ariel!


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Touring Israel blog

“Why go touring Israel?” Why Krav Maga of course!

KMG - Touring Israel

Group picture with Jerusalem in the background

The decision to go Touring Israel may be a strange concept for many people, especially for those without a link to Krav Maga. Interestingly for Israelis, Krav Maga seemed a strange reason to go to Israel.  For us however, the idea of three weeks training in the country where Krav Maga all began was reason enough. Spending three weeks holidaying in the sun didn’t hurt either.

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KMG Instructor of the Month – July 2015

Instructor of the month

Dr. Phil Munro, KMG Scotland


48 years old

Marital status:

Married to Joan


Medical doctor. For the last 15 years I have worked full time as a hospital specialist in Emergency Medicine. My work involves the assessment and treatment of all types of adult emergencies and trauma. For the last 10 years I have also worked as part of an aeromedical medical retrieval service attending roadside accidents, stabilizing and transferring patients from rural and island locations around Scotland.

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Going to Krav Maga camps? Blog by Rune Lind

What to expect, and how to get the best time of your life.

So you signed up for a Krav Maga camp? This might be your first camp, and you might be traveling outside your own country. I´ve been to a few, and hosted even more of them. So, here are some of my tips to “survive” the long days of a Krav Maga camp. Read More

How a Krav Maga technique is changed and modified

Krav Maga is a dynamic and evolving system. Imi was superb in creating the efficient and natural way to a solution (perform a technique) for a specific problem (aggressor’s attack).
Imi was a unique example for how a Krav Maga technique is changed. He himself did not teach a system, he taught techniques, and my job was to build Read More

Fighting – Sparring for Krav Maga, by Tommy Blom

First, lets look at what sparring for krav maga is, what it should be, how it should be used and what benefit we can reap from it if we use it correctly.  In the table below you’ll see the different types of sparring we commonly use in Krav Maga Global (KMG), you will also see the different paces, goals, mindsets and at what level that type of sparring is introduced in the curriculum of KMG. Read More

KMG Instructor of the Month – May 2015

Instructor of the Month

Alan Dennis, KMG U.K.





Marital status: 

In a relationship with Natellie Sheldon 



Full Time Krav Maga instructor and School owner at Krav Maga Elite – Midlands 


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Why teach Krav Maga to kids and teenagers?

By Zeev Cohen


Why teach Krav Maga to kids and teenagers?

This important question is being asked numerous times while I teach kids instructor’s courses around the world. I believe that the answer to the question begins with Imi’s famous sentence: “that one may live in peace…” Does “one” include the young ages as well? It is important to mention that when Imi introduced Krav Maga for civilians, it was taught only to adults first, and later to teenagers. At his late years, when Krav Maga began to be practice with kids, Imi was saying “The kids are the base to Krav Magas future”. Read More

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