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Krav Maga: An Essential Guide to the Renowned Method - for Fitness and Self-Defense (Anglais) Broché – 24 septembre 2004

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Podrecznik slynnego systemu szkolenia fizycznego i samoobrony armii izraelskiej. Zawiera zestawy cwiczen oraz dwunastotygodniowy program treningowy.
Coraz bardziej znana na swiecie krav maga to system walki wrecz stworzony przez Izraelskie Sily Obronne. Jest to szybka, niezawodna i prosta metoda, skuteczna w obronie przed kazdym napastnikiem. Stanowi zarazem doskonaly zestaw cwiczen kondycyjnych. Podstawy krav maga moze opanowac kazdy, bez wzgledu na wzrost, sile czy kondycje, zbierajac owoce w postaci bezpieczenstwa, pewnosci siebie i sprawnosci fizycznej. Dzieki technikom, których mozna nauczyc sie nawet w ciagu pieciu minut, czy treningowi gwarantujacemu dlugotrwaly sukces, krav maga pokaze ci, w jaki sposób:
- chronic wrazliwe punkty ciala
- wykorzystac sile rozpedu przeciwnika przy kontrataku
- uwalniac sie z wszelkiego rodzaju chwytów i trzyman
- laczyc ciosy, kopniecia i inne techniki w skuteczny zestaw cwiczen kondycyjnych
- pozbyc sie nadwagi, zwiekszyc sile srodka, poprawic muskulature
- zastosuj specjalnie ulozony 12-tygodniowy plan treningów, aby stac sie kravista - zwinnym i gotowym do walki. --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Soldier/Police officer whose been training off David Kahn's system for 4 years 19 août 2016
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I have served in the military for 16 years and law enforcement for eight. I have a background in martial arts and was a combatives instructor for two years. I personally witnessed standard training methods fail one of my buddies. He was taught to simply create distance and use firearms tactics. These methods didn't provide an adequate response in the heat of an edged weapon attack. Krav Maga is by far the best self-defense system due to its simplistic and practical nature. No other self-defense training is so effective and so simple at the same time. I have many times used elements from Krav Maga to fill gaps in the combatives curriculums I have had to instruct. When I first sought out Krav Maga training I found that there were many local places that seem to just teach ground and pound in there studio and call it Krav Maga. After researching the internet, I found that these local studios were far removed from the actual system itself. After seeking out the backstory on the system I found David's books and DVDs. Imi Lichtenfeld developed Krav Maga back in the 40s and passed the baton to Grandmaster Haim Gidon. Grandmaster Gidon is currently the highest ranking member of the IKMA. David Kahn was trained by Grandmaster Gidon. The curriculum taught in these books is straight from the source and untainted by pop culture. The great thing about these books and DVDs is that, with five books and four volumes of DVDs, there is way more than enough material to become an effective Kravist. With the right level of motivation and attention to detail you can be ready for any situation. I would recommend at least purchasing a gorilla pad, punching bag or finding a buddy to train with to make things easier. With that said, even without any equipment the techniques remain simple and effective. Your brain will retain what you practice by way of shadow boxing and visualization. The price of self-defense can be outrageous, and you rarely know what you've bought until you sign a contract. At $15 to $25 dollars a book you're not exactly throwing away money and you'll be totally satisfied. The best thing about it is you can train when you have time. You don't have to rush to get to class, or, even worse, sign a contract with some dojo you never have time to make it to. I don't make promises often, but, I promise if you buy the first book in the series you'll be stunned by the common sense approach to this system. Safe for me to say, before you know it you'll be buying everything David has to offer.
Book one link https://www.amazon.com/dp/0312331770/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_0
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Thoughts on David Khan 18 octobre 2013
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First off, let me say that this is not a necessarily a review of "Krav Maga" in general. People have differing opinions about the system and to each his own. This review is about his materials and David Khan specifically.

David is as top notch a teacher as I have ever seen. His style is down to earth. He is extremely knowledgeable and he keeps it real. He does a wonderful job of explaining exactly what you will be doing; he leaves little for you to have to try and figure out on your own. You will not find a whole lot to complain about here. Sure, the pictures are illustrations, not photos. Big deal. A punch is a punch and a kick is a kick. It ain't rocket science and David is not really teaching anything new here. But that is the beauty of his "system"; it's instinctual. For example, when someone tries to choke you, your first reaction is is reach up and grab the attacker's hands (the plucking technique). Or, when someone is swinging a wild haymaker at the side of your head, your first instinct may be to either throw your arm up to block (360 defense) or lean back away from it (upper body retreat). For the most part, you're doing this stuff already and probably don't even know it. All David and his predecessors have done is give names to everything so when he says, "Today we're working on X," everyone will know what X is and be on the same page training-wise.

To be fair, and so that you see that I am not a Khan mark, I do have a few reservations. The biggest problem I have with Krav Maga -- David's system included -- as well as any other martial art, is that specific defenses simply do not work in a real street fight. What is a "specific" defense, you ask? This is where you learn one technique for a wrist grab, another for an elbow grab, another for a shoulder grab, another for a lapel grab, another for a... well, you get the point. There is simply no way a person under stress is going to remember specific defenses for specific attacks. Action is faster than reaction and by the time you have figured out what is coming it is too late. There is just no for "forgiveness", so to speak, in that type of training. If you miscalculate the attack, or you lose it on step 3 of a 6 step technique, your brain has to disengage for a second or two and process the situation. This is a second or two you simply do not have! Moreover, it is a clear violation of Hick's Law, which states the more options you have at your disposal the longer it takes for your brain to decide which one to use. Khan limits the techniques one must learn, and that helps. And KM, or at least Khan's version of it, seems more philosophical than technique based.

Having said that, however, David does offer something of a solution. It is called Retzev, a Hebrew word that means "continuous motion". Basically, the idea is that once you start defending yourself you don't stop until the threat is no longer a problem. Granted it will take some time -- a few months of dedicated training, minimum -- to develop this ability, but it does eventually negate the specific defense and Hick's Law issues for the most part. You will eventually get to the point where you don't think, you just react. I just think we can shortcut the process by not focusing on specific defenses in the first place. Give me a single, effective response whether the dirtbag has a fist, club, knife, or gun any day of the week. One solution to cover as many scenarios as possible. Kahn's close. Certainly closer than any traditional martial art, but he's not quite there yet.

The most valuable section of the book is not the techniques or really even the philosophy. As mentioned, this is all pretty instinctual stuff that you do already or at least will pick up quickly. No, as important as all that is, the most valuable section is the 12-week workout in the back. It is basically a daily schedule of drills that, should you follow, will go far in helping you develop your retzev ability.

For the record, I do not know David Khan, though I would like to meet him one day and would love the opportunity to train with him (and maybe a beer or three.) I do, however, own all three of his books and his first set of DVD's (He has since come out with a Vol. 2 DVD set that I have yet to review.) Now it's been said that you cannot learn a "martial art" from a book. For the most part this is true. I shudder at the thought of someone trying to learn, say Aikido, from a book or even a DVD. Such arts are like a Swiss watch: fine tuned and intricate. You need an instructor there, watching over your shoulder, making sure you're doing everything exactly as required. Not so with Khan's material. It's simple, effective, down and dirty street fighting. So I respectfully disagree. If one were to invest in Khan's books and DVD's, pick up some minimal equipment (e.g., a Century BOB dummy), and follow his 12-week schedule, one very much could learn to defend oneself in the comfort of home. There is nothing fancy here, and that is what makes it brutally effective. The challenge will be in maintaining the intensity you will experience in a real fight. You must work out hard. Maybe harder than you have ever done before, to create the kind of stress you will be under in a true attack. It is safe to say most people are not that prepared (set a timer and run a full-force, three minute drill on a heavy bag or BOB dummy... it's a LOT longer than you think!). But if you have the will power and determination to do it, you don't need a school or dojo. The question is, do you have what it takes?

Stay Safe.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This is a great system for learning self defense fast. 4 février 2014
Par Murphy - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am very impressed with this book. It talks about the physical and mental aspects of self defense and gives adequate literature along with pictures describing upper and lower body strikes and blocks to defend against an aggressor. It also gives a workout routine and drill sessions to hone your skills and make this system something that a beginner can quickly become confident in their own self defense. I'd suggest purchasing this book, along with David Kahn's DVD set "Mastering Krav Maga Volume 1". They both work well together to show a beginner how to defend against someone trying to put the hurt on you, and discuss how not only to defend yourself, but to defuse the situation before it escalates into a confrontation. With todays world, you have to not only worry about someone attacking you, but also suing you if you use "unnecessary force" to defend yourself. Both the book, and the DvD's help with discerning what types of strikes you should employ, and what you could do different to avoid the situation altogether. No matter gender, size, or strength, buy this system and start using it. It'll give you a confidence in yourself, and if the time comes, will prepare you for defending your own life.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Outstanding Krav Maga Book 26 mars 2015
Par CLR - Publié sur Amazon.com
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David Kahn is the real deal. Whether you're new to krav maga or an expert, there is much to learn from David. IMHO krav is an amazing practice. Un-like a martial art that is designed for competition, krav maga is designed for self-defense in the real world.

David is a wonderful teacher. In both his videos and books, David is very clear, his explanations and illustrations make it easy to understand and learn each move at home.

His deep krav knowledge is evident immediately. David is very matter of fact. This is not a motivational work out book. Just like the defense system he is teaching, david is direct, practical, and highly effective.

This book and David’s DVDs (http://www.amazon.com/Mastering-Volume-Self-Defense-Beginner-Advanced/dp/B0052T6XLY/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top?ie=UTF8) have been the perfect complement to my in-person training.

This book helps to reinforce the proper techniques, form and approaches learned during in-person training. And David's products have helped me stay ahead of my in-person training. If you live somewhere that does not have a good krav maga school to train at, this book & the DVDs would make a great alternative to in-person training if that is your only option. Also, it's important to note, many krav moves & techniques are hard to train without a partner.

As corny as it may sound, i'm grateful to David for taking the time and doing the hard work to produce his books and videos. he's helped me progress much faster than i would have without him.

5.0 étoiles sur 5 I highly recommend this for home study or for augmenting your training ... 14 mars 2015
Par John - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This is the source you want to study Krav Maga from. Mr. Kahn has the experience needed to provide instruction on the right way to perform the techniques and teaches the importance of awareness. He also has three volumes of videos and two other books that you may want to check out during your kravist journey.

I highly recommend this for home study or for augmenting your training if enroled in classes. I am planning to use this to supplement in class instructions and my family already uses the videos (Volume 1) to practice form in front of the mirror. You will need a partner to peform any of the techniques beyond the basic strikes and foot work. My wife helps with that but it is better to have multiple training partners. Everyone moves a little differently and you need to understand that if you actually have to defend yourself.

In our current society, I feel self defense is becoming more and more important. Hand to hand combat may become the last resort during a home invasion or other assault. I hope I never need to use KM but at least now I have a few defensive movements worked into muscle memory. I am by no means a fighter, just a father that wants to be able to come home at the end of the day.
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