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The Importance and Meaning of the Combat and Fighting Instructor Course

Combat & Fighting instructor course – Blog by Eyal Yanilov

Regarding Combat and Fighting, when you look at the basics of the self-defense section of KMG, we always start by teaching a technique. From there we continue with understanding principles and creating variations that deal with similar but different attacks and problems. This is followed by adding pre-fight and post-fight concepts and possibilities, training under stress, practicing during simulations under different conditions and more.

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KMG – Instructor of the Month January 2016

Name:

Jens Christian Andersen, KMG Norway

 

Marital status:

Married

 

Occupation:

Technician

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Knife Attacks and defenses by Dr. Tal Kvores – Part 2

Knife Attacks – part 2

Response of the “victim”

The response and knife defenses of the victim depends on the skills, level of awareness and preparation, as well as the situation (to mention that additional visualization techniques are very useful to prepare ourselves to possible / multiple scenarios). The response can vary from panic to strong opposition, but again it depends on the elements mentioned above. One of the most common reactions is freezing or “running for our lives” (the latter one can be actually lifesaving). Therefore, one of the major goals of training is to teach our KMG trainees, instructors and students to recognize and respond … Freezing is NOT an OPTION.

Krav Maga knife defenses

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KMG – Instructor of the Month December 2015

Name:

Matilda Lassinantti, KMG Sweden

Age:

38

 

Marital status:

In a relationship

 

Occupation:

An outdoor educator at a preschool in Gothenburg

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Knife attacks and responses by Dr. Tal Kvores – Part 1

Knife attacks – Part 1

by Dr. Tal Kvores Expert level 4 KMG Global Team of Instructors

Preface

The knife is probably the most commonly used weapon in violent and non – military confrontations. It is not surprising due to its availability and ease to purchase … Knives are commonly present in every home, office and shop. Another factor that makes knives a weapon of choice for many is the ease to carry and hide it, limited punishment for carrying compared to other weapons and ease of use (basically no real training necessary in order to be able to operate it or use it against someone, especially if the attacker is ready to die in the process).

Knife defense

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KMG – Instructor of the Month October 2015

KMG – Instructor of the month October 2015

Name:

Arnaud Bullet, KMG France

 

Age:

42

 

Marital status:

Married

 

Occupation:

Police officer in charge of a specific area in France

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Management training with Krav Maga – Blog by Eyal Yanilov

 Management training with Krav Maga Global

A couple of decades ago (man….time is flying) I read an article which mentioned that in MBA degrees of some of the top universities they are using and teaching military tactics and using ancient books from the east (such as “Art of War” by Sun Tzu and “Book of Five Rings” by the Japanese Samurai, Musashi).

Management Training

Management Training with KMG

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KMG – Instructor of the Month September 2015

KMG – Instructor of the month September 2015

Name:

Dirk Zinn, KMG Germany

Age:

43

Marital status:

single, no kids

Occupation:

Skilled worker for Telecommunications with specialization radio transmitting and receiving equipment; KMG Instructor at Learn2Fight

Experience in Krav Maga:

Everything began with the General Instructor Course. Several Courses did follow like Women Instructor, LE Instructor, Military Instructor, Combat and Fighting Instructor. This year I achieved the Expert 1 level.

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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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