About Krav Maga Global
Krav Maga Global (KMG) is derived from the authentic self-defense system originally created by Imi Lichtenfeld, which was used in the 1940s only by the military in the Israeli Defense Force. The system was then developed in the 1960s to be adapted for civilian people and spread throughout the world. It is a practical and tactical system that teaches you how to prevent, manage and overcome all types of threats and violence.
The system was officially developed in Israel by Imi Lichtenfeld in realistic forms and in threatful situations. This means that there is no hocus pocus - just self-defense. Today, Krav Maga is further developed by Eyal Yanilov, who is Imi's chosen successor.
The techniques found in Krav Maga are constantly tested, modified and improved to match the threats and attacks that are most current today. The system is used by many professionals, authorities and institutions.
A few references from other countries:
Israeli Military (I.D.F), police in, among others, Israel, USA, UK, FBI, CIA, US Coast Guard, police in Finland and Sweden, Finnish Paratroopers, Finnish Military Police, DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency), Serbian Counter Terror units and more. More info: Krav Maga Global and Krav Maga Sweden
Through training, Krav Maga teaches the practitioner to perceive and respond to a potentially dangerous situation and thus have control over himself, his opponents and his surroundings. Krav Maga prepares the practitioner for all possible scenarios, and teaches the practitioner to take advantage of the surroundings. Mental preparedness, conflict management and handling of situations with high stress levels are extensively trained as these elements are essential for the knowledge to function in reality.
Krav Maga is divided into four types:
Personal Protection (V.I.P).
As a professional user of Krav Maga (police, military, personal protection), you are trained in:
- Tactical use of protective weapons, knife, baton, tear gas / pepper spray, etc.
- Close combat, spontaneous situations, when the use of weapons is not possible, legal or desirable.
- Grab, throw and lock, control and transport of suspects / arrested.
- Crawling of persons, vehicles, buildings and terrain
- Israeli tactical protection in addition to the solutions already in use.
- Anti-terrorism methods and hostage situations
- Tactical and progressive driving.