What is Krav Maga ('Contact Combat')?
Krav Maga is a fast, highly effective, reality based self defence system. Krav Maga ('Contact Combat')
Krav Maga is extremely easy to learn as its actions are based on the body's natural defence instincts. Therefore a practitioner can expect to become proficient very quickly.
DO I NEED TO BE REALLY FIT?
Definitely NOT . Krav Maga is about realistic self defence for everyone. A welcome by-
I HAVE NO MARTIAL ARTS BACKGROUND. CAN I STILL DO KRAV MAGA?
Absolutely. In many cases this is actually an advantage, as you don’t have to spend time ‘unlearning’ aspects of other systems that, while excellent for sport fighting purposes, are not really effective for self defence in realistic situations.
That said, well developed striking skills will stand you in good stead.
WILL I GET HURT?
Your safety is our first priority. The nature of the training naturally implies some risk of injury, but if you listen carefully and follow all instructions, this risk is minimal. Injuries are very, very rare. Our instructor is fully qualified.
What will I Learn at Delhi Krav Maga?
An essential part of Krav Maga is its teaching process, methodology and style of training.
Subjects you will learn while training in the Krav Maga system of self defence include:
Prevention, avoidance, escape and evasion.
Dealing with throws and falls to all directions and angles.
Attacks and counterattacks: Performed at all targets, distances, ranges, heights, angles, directions and in all rhythms; Executed from all positions and postures; Using all sorts of common objects for defensive purposes.
Defending all unarmed attacks: Punches, strikes and kicks; Releases from all sorts of grabs and holds.
Defending all armed attacks and threats of: Knives and sharp objects; Sticks, bars and other blunt objects; All kinds of firearms.
Dealing with the above attacks when: Sent from all possible directions; Performed by single or multiple attackers.
Defending in all possible places including: Confined spaces (eg alley, staircase, car) or open areas; On all types of ground or in water.
Defending in all possible positions and postures, including: When free or in limited space of movement; While standing, on the move, sitting down, lying down (on the back or side) or facing down.
Physical and mental control and disarm.