While most forms of martial arts usually come with a traditional and historic background that practically turns the movement into an art form with an aspect of spirituality thrown in for good measure, Krav Maga gives all of that the middle finger. In competitions, there are rules, regulations, and a referee, while Krav Maga throws all that out the window, sourcing the best moves from boxing, Combat Sambo, Muay Thai, Wing Chun, judo, jujutsu, wrestling, aikido and grappling, along with realistic fight training, teaching you the shortest and most effective techniques aimed to paralyze, subdue, or kill your opponent using quick, explosive movements.
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