|Posted by Dennis Fritzinger on April 2, 2016 at 4:35 PM|
Krav Maga requires constant repetition for a long time hundreds, thousands. Why? People pretend to think that it's like school you learn material memorize it, you pass the test, get a diploma. The truth is if we look back at what we learned at school if you take a test we would most likely fail it. The only things we know now for the most part are the things we use on a everyday basis. If you don't use it, you lose it, you forget it. These techniques we use are not like what you learned in school as we learn now the majority of material we learned in school is useless, worthless. The knowledge here is what's important not the diploma. We need the knowledge " God for bid in case we need to use it." Not to write it down in a 3 ring binder and not practice it, but only to remember to take a test. We need to use it, review them over and over again, slow, then in a high stress situation. If someone comes up and catches you unaware with a knife, You have your family with you or someone you need to protect, there you are, you have to deal with it. You need to be able to react instinctively, that you don't even know what you did.