Krav Maga of Albrightsville

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Never be afraid to walk thru an alley again

Posted by Dennis Fritzinger on January 5, 2012 at 7:15 PM

If you want to learn Krav Maga, there are a few things you need:

  • A good open space to practice strikes/kicks and footwork
  • Optional training partner

There are tons of Krav Maga schools.

The most important part of training Krav Maga moves is going to be practice. The ultimate goal of any self defense martial art like Krav Maga is to make what you learn instinct. This way in a real situation, should it ever occur, you will not freeze up.

So this means you need to clear a good space to practice hammer strikes, straight punches, uppercuts, kicks, etc. Just find one room in your house.

Having a training partner does help a lot. Not only do you get the experience of using these moves on a real person, but you also miss out on aspects of perspective and range if you have no real target.

If you can, convince a family member or a friend to learn Krav Maga with you. This way you can both benefit from the confidence, fitness, flexibility, and coordination improvements that come with Krav Maga training.

Not to mention that after just a few weeks of practice, you will be able to perform strikes and kicks with ease. Self defense martial arts are not rocket science, but rather just a matter of practice and repetition.

Work on Krav Maga techniques at least five times a week and you will see immediate improvements in your health and fitness - and of course your ability to defend yourself.

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