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Health Fitness India site suggests to learn from well-qualified Krav Maga instructors and to use the art appropriately. The content below is only to list what's online about the Krav Maga self-defense system. The content below is growing...
NEWS The man who trains those who fight terrorists has opened a martial arts school in Ghaziabad, U.P. India. You can see about him at the end of this article.
Contact me, Shakti Saran, if you wish to get your martial art school, website, courses and events listed on the Health Fitness India site. My FacebookGoogle+LinkedIn
Beginner Krav Maga Complete 30 Minute Class (Warm Up, Drills, Practice)
33 Minute Krav Maga Workout - Lower Body HIIT + Krav Combatives
Krav Maga Workout - 25 Minute Core + Combat Cardio (Warm Up & Cool Down)
KRAV MAGA TRAINING • How to win faster a street fight
KRAV MAGA TRAINING • How to counterattack Straight Punches
KRAV MAGA TRAINING • How to counter hook punches in street fights
KRAV MAGA - Nir Maman - Firearm Threat Defense, Handgun threat from front
Reality of Knife Attacks (not Krav Maga specific but seems of value)
Knife vs Gun - The 21 Foot Rule (not Krav Maga specific but seems of value)
Elite Knife Fighter vs Elite Gun Fighter - RAW, UNCUT, NEVER BEFORE SEEN FOOTAGE (not Krav Maga specific but seems of value)
Victim shoots rapist in the face (not Krav Maga specific but seems of value)
KRAV MAGA TRAINING • Knockout Pressure Points (part 1 of 5)
KRAV MAGA TRAINING • Knockout Pressure Points (part 2 of 5)
KRAV MAGA TRAINING • Knockout Pressure Points (part 3 of 5)
KRAV MAGA TRAINING • Knockout Pressure Points (part 4 of 5)
KRAV MAGA TRAINING • Knockout Pressure Points (part 5 of 5)
The content below (except videos) of the different Krav Maga schools is from the Wikipediapage of Krav Maga. I've shared it here to make it easier for people to learn more about Krav Maga around our world. You can message me your official videos to share here My FacebookGoogle+LinkedIn:
Some of the Krav Maga organizations in Israel, such as the
IKMA (Israeli Krav Maga Association, by Haim Gidon),
KMF (Krav Maga Federation, by Haim Zut),
Bukan (By Yaron Lichtenstein),
K.A.M.I. the Israeli Krav Magen Association (found by Eli Avikzar RIP, – today by Avi Abeceedon), as well as
international KMW (Krav Maga Worldwide, by Darren Levine),
use Imi Lichtenfeld's original colored belt grading system which is based upon the Judo ranking system. It starts with White belt, and then Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue, Brown and Black belts.
Black belt students can move up the ranks from 1st to 9th Dan.
The time and requirements for advancing have some differences between the organizations.
In Europe the Fédération Européenne de Krav Maga (by Master Richard Douieb) and Krav Maga Academy Slovenia (by Master Karli Zaniug) also uses the colored belt grading system which is based upon the Judo ranking system.
Other organizations that teach Krav Maga in and outside of Israel like
the International Krav Maga Federation (IKMF),
Krav Maga Global (KMG) and
International Krav Maga (IKM)
use the same grading system based on a series of patches.
The patch system was developed by Imi Lichtenfeld after the belt system in the late 1980s.
The grades are divided into 3 main categories; Practitioner, Graduate and Expert.
Each of the categories, which are often abbreviated to their initials, has 5 ranks.
Grades P1 through to P5 are the student levels and make up the majority of the Krav Maga community.
After P5 are G1-G5, and in order to achieve Graduate level the student has to demonstrate a proficiency in all of the P level techniques before advancing.
The majority of instructors hold a G level grade and are civilian instructors. However, passing the instructor's training course is a requirement, and holding a Graduate rank does not necessarily make one an instructor.
The Graduate syllabus also builds on the Practitioner syllabus by focusing more on developing fighting skills. The Expert grades cover more advanced military and 3rd party protection techniques as well as advanced sparring and fighting skills.
People who hold these ranks tend to teach in other sectors such as military and law enforcement in addition to civilian.
In order to progress to Expert level, one has to demonstrate proficiency in all of the Practitioner and Graduate syllabi and have excellent fighting skills.
Beyond Expert 5 there is the rank of Master. However, this rank is held by only a small number of individuals and reserved only for those who have dedicated a lifetime to Krav Maga and made valuable contributions in teaching and promoting the style.
Krav Maga organizations in the United States, South America and Europe such as
Krav Maga Worldwide,
Krav Maga Alliance,
National Krav Maga Association (NKMA),
Apolaki Krav Maga,
United States Krav Maga Association (USKMA),
Krav Maga Street Defence,
South American Federation of Krav Maga,
European Federation of Krav Maga,
Hagana System and
Krav Maga Academy Slovenia (KMAS)
also use a belt ranking system like that of the IKMA, KMF and Bukan.
Although there are some subtle differences, the various organisations teach the same core techniques and principles.
Some other organizations such as
Pure Krav Maga (founded by Boaz Aviram) and
Urban Krav Maga
have less formal grading ranks without belts or patches but do have levels by which students can monitor their progress.
In image below, (on left) Vicky Kapoor, Head Coach at Ultimate Survivor Tactical System and M.D. at Ultimate Tactical & Combat (P) Ltd and (on right) Shakti Saran, creator of Health Fitness India
Vicky Kapoor also trains those who fight terrorists. Inauguration of martial arts school in Ghaziabad, U.P. India.
Krav Maga Delhi, India: Vicky Kapoor trains commandos to fight terror
Bugger that word... perfect. Perfect is a state of mind. How about rather than focusing on that, let's look at the first two words... Self Discipline.
Self discipline is the driving force to practice. You have to be willing to focus on achieving and surpassing your goals and nothing else when engaged in the practice. Everybody has their passion. For me, martial arts fills that gap. I've been at it now for over 30 years. At this point honestly self discipline has gone a bit lax. I practice now because it's what I do, but the only time my self discipline to train really kicks in is when I'm doing something new. The material I teach is so engrained in my mind and body... I admit, I slip a bit.
BUT... on the new stuff to learn and do... ooooohhhhh... razor focus comes back, hard edged training mentality surfaces. Nothing else matters except what I am doing exactly at that moment.
Last night in my Chen Taiji Quan class, that showed up happily again. After performing warm ups and a bit of tui shou (Push hands), we performed the Yi Lu (first road or form) routine. We picked two movements to practice. There's a total of four motions. So for the next 90 minutes, I gladly & happily did four motions. Over. And over. And over. Then we grabbed a partner practiced for a while longer.
I left sweaty, a little sore and feeling more fulfilled than when I walked in. Was it an endorphin dump? Yeah sure. Was it self centered accomplishment? Yep. You betcha. Was a light cardio workout? Got that too... More than anything, it was the overriding sense of self discipline radiating. That sense of right then, right there, my focus and determination to do a thing was sharper and more pointed than any other time during my day. I could have done anything, literally anything, better than I normally could at that time.
Now the next thing to do... increase that self discipline arena to more than just one aspect of daily life.
But as with everything practiced... ONE STEP AT A TIME!