Kapap

Krav Panim El Panim – KAPAP is the Hebrew acronym for Face To Face Combat. It is the original combat system of defensive tactics, hand-to-hand combat and self-defense, employed by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF), the Israeli National Police, and their special operations and anti-terrorist units. KAPAP fight tactics originated in the 1940’s and were used by the Palmach (Jewish...

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Commando Krav Maga

Commando Krav Maga is the Krav Maga system as devised by Moni Aizik. The System was officially born in 1973, when Aizik was asked by the IDF to revamp their current Krav Maga program. Aizik, now living in Canada, still visits Israel on a monthly basis to train the Sayeret units and Yamam. His program is regularly updated, in light of the experience of members of these units. Where other Krav...

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Abir

Abir is a the name of the fighting technique taught by Yehoshua Sofer in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Sofer claims to have a family tradition of the Abir Warrior Arts, which he says were used by ancient Israelite warriors. Origin of the name: Abir אַבִּיר is a Hebrew word meaning powerful, a warlord, palace guard, protector of royalty, warrior, bodyguard, or a defender. It...

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Krav Maga and Others

The Krav Maga | What is Krav Maga | History | Description | The Founder of Krav Maga | Krav Maga Overview | Krav Maga Philosophy | Krav Maga and Others | Current Usage | Krav Maga Levels | The Close Combat | Krav Maga Training Many of you who read are Krav Maga practitioners. Lately some of you may have been hearing about other Israeli martial arts systems that you never even...

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Krav Maga Current Usage

The Krav Maga | What is Krav Maga | History | Description | The Founder of Krav Maga | Krav Maga Overview | Krav Maga Philosophy | Krav Maga and Others | Current Usage | Krav Maga Levels | The Close Combat | Krav Maga Training In 1964, Imi Lichtenfeld finished his military service and adapted Krav Maga to civilian frameworks. In Israel, Krav Maga is taught at the Wingate...

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Krav Maga The Close Combat

The Krav Maga | What is Krav Maga | History | Description | The Founder of Krav Maga | Krav Maga Overview | Krav Maga Philosophy | Krav Maga and Others | Current Usage | Krav Maga Levels | The Close Combat | Krav Maga Training Krav-Maga, the official self-defense and hand-to-hand combat system of Israel, is a martial art first developed by Imrich Lichtenfeld in Czechoslovakia...

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Krav Maga Levels

The Krav Maga | What is Krav Maga | History | Description | The Founder of Krav Maga | Krav Maga Overview | Krav Maga Philosophy | Krav Maga and Others | Current Usage | Krav Maga Levels | The Close Combat | Krav Maga Training Within the International Krav Maga Federation, (civilian) Krav Maga is divided into four major categories. The first three are Practitioner, Graduate and...

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Krav Maga Training

The Krav Maga | What is Krav Maga | History | Description | The Founder of Krav Maga | Krav Maga Overview | Krav Maga Philosophy | Krav Maga and Others | Current Usage | Krav Maga Levels | The Close Combat | Krav Maga Training In Krav Maga, there are no hard-and-fast rules, and no distinction in training for men and women. It is not a sport, and there are no specific uniforms,...

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Krav Maga Philosophy

The Krav Maga | What is Krav Maga | History | Description | The Founder of Krav Maga | Krav Maga Overview | Krav Maga Philosophy | Krav Maga and Others | Current Usage | Krav Maga Levels | The Close Combat | Krav Maga Training Krav Maga is an excellent self defence system for men, women and children regardless of age or physical ability and remember you don’t need a...

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Krav Maga Description

The Krav Maga | What is Krav Maga | History | Description | The Founder of Krav Maga | Krav Maga Overview | Krav Maga Philosophy | Krav Maga and Others | Current Usage | Krav Maga Levels | The Close Combat | Krav Maga Training The generic name krav maga is derived from two ancient Hebrew words, krav translated as “combat” and maga translated as “contact”...

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