Just like the general public in the world we all want so as to defend ourselves against an attacker. Krav Maga was created in the 1930s to help the Jews in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia against unwanted fascists. It wasn’t taught in a studio; it was taught by Imre Lichtenfeld to his friends and neighbors so they could defend themselves in the streets against the violence there. Lichtenfeld took what he had been taught in boxing and wrestling and tweaked it into what we know as Krav Maga today. He worked with the Israeli Military to teach their soldiers new skills to help them in combat. Krav Maga has changed and been refined over the years, but the principle remains the same. Krav Maga ideas include: Seeing how important it is and learning to expand on the instinctive responses even as under stress. Stay aware of your surroundings even as you deal with threats so you’ll be able to look for escape routes, other attackers, and objects that can be used to hit an opponent. Using easy and simple strikes that are repeatable. Targeting the attack on the vulnerable parts of the body like the liver, fingers, foot, knee, ribs, groin, solar plexus, face, throat, neck, eyes, and so forth. Use whatever object is at hand to hit your opponent. Attack before the opponent can and counterattack as quickly as conceivable. Continue striking your opponent until they are totally incapacitated. Develop physical aggression and realizing that physical aggression is the most crucial part of the fight. Simultaneous defense and attack. Training might cover the development and study of situational awareness in order to understand a person’s surroundings. You are going to learn to understand the mind and behavior of street confrontations. It is possible for you to to identify any threats before attacks can occur. It could cover ways to handle the verbal and physical methods to stay away from violence when you’ll be able to. It’ll teach mental toughness by using controlled fights to strengthen their mentality, so students will learn to control their impulses and don’t do anything rash. Learn to attack only when it is a last resort or totally necessary. Krav Maga provides the best self-defense training that specializes in realistic scenarios with quality attention and instruction. Classes are fun, ego-free, serious, and safe. All Krav Maga instructors are professional, certified, and have been trained by the best. If you are looking to learn more about Krav Maga, and are interested in learning more techniques and strategies, please take a look at my other book, Krav Maga: The Art of Tactical Survival: Tried and Tested Solutions to Real Life Scenarios.