KRAVolution Military Krav Maga is the original variant of the modern close combat system which was developed for Israel Defense Forces. Nowadays it is trained by a variety of international military and police units and is constantly refined with experiences in real operations.
The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in battle.
The civilian version of Krav Maga is to take flight as quickly as possible, to bring the enemy to the ground and to fix him there (in case of law enforcement division). The military version on the other hand is about to incapacitate the enemy as quickly as possible and to carry out the respective order.
The soldiers are trained to react properly under physical and psychological pressure and taught to act tactically. This strategically mindset and psychic strength is developed in Krav Maga classes for soldiers as well as technical abilities for self-defense.
The principles can be briefly summarized: fight, flight, never freeze!
The main content of the KRAVolution Military Division for a holistic self-defense training is:
- Communication and body language
- Tactical behavior in conflict situations
- Teamwork in self-defense
- Behavior in encroachments
- Techniques in emergency situations
- Self-defense in tight spaces, CQB training
- Self-defense under adverse conditions, low light / no light
- Self-defense techniques and tactics for military use
- Use of common objects, i.e. hand- and long gun – “cold weapon” against one or more attackers
- Defense against knife attacks
- Defense of gun threats
- Third party protection: Securing comrades
- Defense scenarios are taught to use prevention, response and defense in hostage and anti-terrorist scenarios
KRAVolution looks back on a long-term training experience with active soldiers on various international military bases and can rely on the experience of the instructors who made several international assignments in crisis areas. From their experiences KRAVolution Military Krav Maga continues to develop the close combat system and adapts to current threats.