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Another David Kahn/IKMA production this time focussing on Firearm Defenses.
If this teaser is anything to go by, looks like another set to add to your collection.
IKMF Philippines Fight Like a Girl seminar. An all female seminar hosted by this team.
Really nice video production here as well.
More information at www.kravmaga-ikmf.ph.
Megan Cohen Kaddouch from the IKMF hosted this bus seminar in conjunction with the IKMF Italian team.
Some cool tactics and advice from what looked like an informative and enjoyable day.
This week’s edition features the man himself — Imi Lichtenfeld. This is a tribute video about the Krav Maga founder by Krav Maga Training.
This collection of archival footage and imagery is a great homage to the man that has given us so much.
Make sure to check out 2:03 for a very agile (and older Imi) takedown!
A word of caution, accompanying music is way off the Imi spirit.
Now this is a great preview of David Kahn’s upcoming DVD series Mastering Krav Maga Volume II: Impact & Edged Weapons.
Featuring instructor Rinaldo Rossi.
Based on the three-time national award-winning book Krav Maga Weapon Defenses (YMAA 2012) by David Kahn.
The U.S. military granted David permission to include select training clips.
Volume II will be available by direct sale on www.israelikrav.com and Amazon.com late summer.
I for one will be looking forward to this material. If you don’t already have David’s first series, you should get that now before this set comes out. Read my review of that set here.
Coming soon, Mastering Krav Maga Volume III: Firearm Defenses
Kevin Mack explains the concept of Retzev or Retsef — continuous movement and flow in Krav Maga.
More information at www.philadelphiakravmaga.com