The Content of our Krav Maga Training DVD Course

Introducing to the Krav Maga DVD Video Course and the Techniques that you will learn:

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Krav Maga Head Kick by Guy Dar

​​The Krav Maga Training DVD Video Course its an home study based on the Full Contact Krav Maga Method. This Krav Maga training course consists of 27 high quality HD format videos teaching you all the basic and the essential of the Full Contact Krav Maga and will teach you how to react and get out unharmed from a violent situation, such as: knife, stick and gun attacks, face to face attacks, attacks from behind and much more. By this Krav Maga Training video course you will learn to use the natural movements of your body to defend yourself and move to a counterattack.

The basic principles of Krav Maga are:

1. The most natural and short movement is the best one.
2. Minimum movement against maximum attacks.

This principles are embedded in each of the moves. Each Krav Maga training video shows a certain move of defense or attack accompanied by a straight-to-the-eye explanation. Then the move is shown in slow motion so that you are able to observe each detail.

Need to remember and understand, Krav Maga always will recommend you to run away from any violent situation if it's possible, we not train heroes here. This Krav Maga course (and in general the Krav Maga System) it's built for those times that you won't be able to get away from a violent situation, for that we produced this video course that will teach you and make you ready as possible to finish those bad situations quickly and unharmed.

To purchase the Krav Maga DVD Home Study Video Course, please visit our Products Page.

Hands Strikes Techniques

Krav Maga Training Course: Hands Strikes PROMO + Moves list.

​​This Krav Maga Video its about the first part of the Krav Maga Training DVD Course you will learn how to strike the most dangerous strikes such as: Palm Strike, Straight Punch, Hook Punch, Upper Cut, Hammer Punch, Horizontal Elbow, Elbow and Forearm, Rear Short Elbow, Rear Spinning Elbow.

Kicks Techniques

Krav Maga Training Course: Kicks PROMO + Moves list.

​​This Krav Maga Video its about the second part of the Krav Maga Training DVD Course, you will learn about different kind of kicks techniques such as: Straight Kick, Forward Defense Kick, Inward Slap Kick, Angled Roundhouse Kick, Roundhouse Kick Passing Target, Side Kick, Rear Defense Kick, Knee Strike​​​.

Hands Defense Techniques

Krav Maga Training Course: Hands Defense PROMO + Moves list.

​​This Video demonstrate the third part of the Krav Maga Training DVD Course. In this part you will learn how to defend against  hands strikes and use the power of your enemy for your own advantage: 360 defense, Inward Defense Against Right Punch with Hook.

Knife Defense Techniques

Krav Maga Training Course: Knife Defense PROMO + Moves list.

​​This Krav Maga Video demonstrate the fourth part of the Krav Maga training DVD Course and maybe the most popular subject among students. You will learn how to defend against the most dangerous and common knife attacks such as:
a Stab From Above, Low Stab, and to use any common object as a weapon to Throw against a knife attack.

The Last Chapters

Krav Maga Training Course: The Last Chapters​

​​In the last chapters you will learn how to get release from two positions of a side headlock and learn some Krav Maga defenses against common kicks and sticks attacks. ​

Krav Maga in No Time - with Chief Instructor Guy Dar

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