The techniques presented in this film are part of the brown and black level program, where the fighting aspect of defense is developed. Krav Maga is based on two pillars: self-defense and combat.
In general, self defense gets the most important place. If practitioners only want to work on self defense, the basic program is enough, but if you really want to be all-round, the combat aspect is also very important. Example: During an attack, you have failed to neutralize your opponent on the first defense movement; then a fight will begin. If you do not have knowledge (even basic) of fighting, you may lose the advantage and incur serious consequences. It is therefore important to control these two aspects. In our work objective, one does not go without the other.
The techniques developed here require training supervised by qualified instructors and recognized by the ABKM WKMF.
Technical development: - Jean-Michel Lerho: Europe Technical Director of the World Krav Maga Federation and Co-founder of Close-Combat Operational System. - Alexandre Vanderlinden: Belgium Technical Director of the World Federation Krav Maga. - Assistant instructors (1st Dan): Vincenzo Quici, Jonathan Dejace and Thibault Decoster.