FIT INDIA HIT INDIA Ep 4: World's Most Dangerous Martial Arts - Krav Maga

Publish Date: 21 May, 2022 |

Krav Maga is an extremely lethal and dangerous military self-defence and fighting system developed for the Israel Defence Forces. Derived from a combination of techniques used in Judo, Karate, Boxing & Wrestling, it teaches how to protect yourself against life-threatening situations. Apart from that, it is also a great fitness routine as well. It strengthens and tones your entire body and increases mobility and flexibility. Hear it from the horse's mouth - Kriti Rawal; Co-founder of Contact Combat India. She has been practising and teaching this unique fitness form for the past 10 years.

Benefits Krav Maga 

Practicing Krav Maga will improve your strength, improve your dynamic flexibility, boost your metabolism, burn fat, build lean muscle, and improve your overall fitness.

The Krav Maga Practise 

  • Sharpen Your Mind

  • Strengthen Your Body

  • Relieve Your Stress

  • Build Relationships with Body and Mind

How many times a week should one do Krav Maga?

Students who already have a steady relationship with Krav Maga should train at least twice or three times a week. It is imperative to maintain good physical health when using this self defence system.

Krav Maga best for Self Defence 

For those looking to learn highly effective self-defense techniques that can brutally subdue attackers with minimal risk of injury to themselves, Krav Maga classes are well worth the time and expense.

Aim of Krav Maga 

  • Defense and attack occur simultaneously.

  • Physical aggression (not to be confused with emotional aggression or anger) is the most important component of this fight.

  • Attacking the opponent until they are completely incapacitated.

  • Making a preemptive attack or counterattack as soon as possible.

  • Making use of any object at hand that could be used to hit an opponent.

  • Target to attack vulnerable points of the attacker's body inlclduing the eyes, neck or throat, face, solar plexus, groin, ribs, knee, foot, fingers, liver, etc.


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