Slow Fighting in Krav Maga In a series of articles written predominately for Krav Maga Coaches, British Krav Maga Head Coach Paul Grey writes on how to improve your Krav Maga with slow fighting training. Today we will look at the benefits of slow fighting as a training method, why it works and how you
Krav Maga for Weightloss There is an assumption that only only those who are already fit, can train in Krav Maga. Our research shows that in excess of 50% of new students describe them self as overweight or unfit and chose Krav Maga instead of the gym as a method of combining weightloss, health and
Sports nutrition for Krav Maga – Pre training The young kravist looked pale and unsteady. He complained of fatigue & nausea, he said he was feeling faint. As a coach you always worry, whether is this something serious or poor nutrition. The cause is usually the same. Skipping food then attending a Krav Maga class.
Krav Maga has become big business. More courses mean more competition and more choices. British Krav Maga released a guide to Krav Maga Instructor courses to help you choose, here are just a few pointers to help get you started… BIG TIP 1 Course duration is an accurate and consistant indicator of course quality. Neither
Assessing your own performance? The key to significant improvement in any athletic endeavor is goal setting and assessment. BKMA Head coach Paul Grey, outlines in the first of a series of articles how you can assess your own performance in Krav Maga.