KAPAP ( Krav Panim el Panim ) Face to Face Combat.
KAPAP was the original Israeli Martial Art. It was from KAPAP that Krav Maga and the modern Israeli systems taught today were born. There are several other names used for Israeli Martial Arts. KAPAP, included all of the various fighting techniques required by a soldier in the battlefield. Soldiers trained in hand to hand combat (krav maga), stick fighting using short and long sticks, live and edged weapons. Kapap became an integral part of the training and continues to this day in elite units.
Krav Maga is a generalized term, and when you look it up in the dictionary in Israel, it will say that Krav Maga is a hand-to-hand fighting system based on close quarters combat. Maga meaning close, and Krav meaning battle.Krav Maga dates back to only the 1930's. It was first brought to the Bratislava by founder Imi Lichtenfeld in order to help the Jewish community there protect themselves from Nazi armed forces.
All experts in Krav Maga lived in Israel and trained under the Israeli Krav Maga Association prior to 1980. However, in 1981 a group of six Krav Maga instructors brought their system to America. Krav Maga is the official system of self defense utilized by the Israeli Defense Forces. It is also taught to the Israeli police. The goal of a Krav practitioner is to avoid harm and neutralize attackers by any means necessary.
MMA Street Fighting Systems Weapons Program is a Non Traditional Weapons Training Program that stresses the use of Modern, Non Traditional and Improvised Weapons designed Solely for use as street Self Defense in ANY type of attack.
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An improvised weapon is a tool or object that was not designed or meant to be used as a weapon but has been taken for that very use. They are generally used for attacking by an assailant or for self-defense or where the person is otherwise unarmed. In some cases improvised weapons are commonly used by attackers in street fights, muggings, murders or during riots, usually when conventional weapons such as firearms are unavailable to them. The use of improvised weapons by attackers or Victims of an attack are very COMMON. They are very functional weapons as defenses against them are sometimes difficult due to the lack of understanding. Learning the use of and defense against such weapons is an imperative part of your Self Defense Training that is almost ENTIRELY neglected,MMA Street Fighting System addresses this PROBLEM in its TOTALITY in the form of proper use and defense against improvised weapons, what can be used as an improvised weapon and the moral and legal issues on the subject of improvised weapons.
Jeet Kune Do (or simply "JKD") is an eclectic/hybrid style of no style Martial Art and philosophy of life founded by martial arts legend Bruce Lee with non-classical, and straightforward movements. Due to the way his style works, Jeet Kune Do practitioners believe in minimal movement with maximum effect and extreme speed. The system works on the use of different 'tools' for different situations. These situations are broken down into ranges (kicking, punching, trapping and grappling), with techniques flowing smoothly between them. It is referred to as a "style without style" or "the art of fighting without fighting" as said by Lee himself. Unlike more traditional martial arts, Jeet Kune Do is not fixed or patterned, and is a philosophy with guiding thoughts. It was named for the concept of interception, or attacking your opponent while he is about to attack. However, the name Jeet Kune Do was often said by Lee to be just a name. He himself often referred to it as "The art of expressing the human body" in his writings and in interviews. Through his studies Lee came to believe that styles had become too rigid, and unrealistic. He called martial art competitions of the day "Dry land swimming". He believed that combat was spontaneous, and that a martial artist cannot predict it, only react to it, and that a good martial artist should "Be like water" and move fluidly without hesitation.
You will learn the science concepts and principles behind Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do and Close Quarter Defense Tactics. Systems that are taught to groups like the Navy SEALS, FBI, CIA, DOD and other groups that need proven self defense tactics fast. Both styles are ever-evolving systems unique in that they are street fighting arts.
Accelerate your training, student rank, and/or instructor rank faster than you ever thought possible. Train privately or in a small group with GMR personally for 10 hours: 5 hours on Saturday and 5 Hours on Sunday or any two days of your choice. Film the entire session and keep for later review. Best of all, you can bring training partners (up to 3) and split the cost! Any program with more than 4 students will have a flat rate and be scheduled as an intensive workshop seminar.
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Training times will be 5 hours on Saturday and 5 Hours on Sunday or your choice of any 2 days. Topics covered will include:
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What is the CQDT reality-based martial art system? The Close Quarter Defense Tactics system was founded, developed by Grandmaster Pedro Rodriquez. It is continuously in an evolution state and considered an ever-evolving martial art system that is built on the following key concepts: “The modern science of the street fight”: As a martial art system, CQDT is not based on traditional teachings and concepts developed by past Grandmasters and theorists. CQDT has been developed by combining modern day experience in common reality based street scenarios, with the martial arts teachings of Bruce Lee’s Jeet Kune Do, Jiu-Jitsu, Huk Ju Sool Hapkido, and Kali; to produce a reality based martial art system that prepares its students for any and all street situations. Practitioners are taught how to “deescalate” a situation in order to avoid a combative, violent scenario. All theory and self defense technique are taught from a “worst case scenario” perspective, where the practitioner has no choice other than self defense. The Close Quarter Defense Tactics curriculum communicates the brilliantly simplified self defense techniques employed by CQDT in a manner that is easily learned and applied by students of all skill levels. Students of Close Quarter Defense Tactics will become knowledgeable and efficient in ALL ranges of self defense.
Women and martial arts’ is a combination that doesn’t sound very familiar to ears! Though women are always conscious about loosing their weight and burning calories, they hardly think of Martial Arts in this regard. They may end up thinking of all the exercises that can enable them to look smart and maintain stature except this one. In fact, Martial Arts is not only an exercise to keep oneself active and healthy, it also makes you strong enough to fight for self-defense.
It is going to be a bit difficult for women to decide undertaking this exercise and then actually beginning it; the reason being potential threat of injuries, cuts, bruises, etc. After all, a woman has to go against the beauty tips her dermatologist ordered. Therefore, women are likely to be hesitant in the beginning, but as they develop their interest in this incredible activity, they will surely love to continue the classes for long. Please visit for more information.
Self-defense is just as important for women as it is for men. No matter how much we scream about world peace, violence and crimes continue to be one big truth of society. It is highly recommended for women to have Martial Arts training if they are planning to, or are habitual of traveling internationally. Each country has social evils, and thus, the responsibility of protecting yourself against unfavorable conditions ultimately lies upon you.
Women who drive alone should also learn self-defense tactics because you never know what the future unfolds. With the continuous rise in criminal activities, robberies, street crimes, and terrorism, women are more vulnerable to attacks as they are naturally not as strong as men are. However, one thing must be noted here, that self-defense is more of a strategic reaction within a fraction of second rather than a physical attack in return. Martial Arts training teach you to make quick decisions for protection.
Being in a society where both men and women work to earn for a livelihood, they both should also be physically strong and mentally alert to tackle the given circumstances. Women should learn Martial Arts in order to protect themselves and their families when confronted with an unfavorable situation. Instead of relying on external support that may or may not be there at the moment, you have to be self-sufficient to face and control the situation through the best possible solution in hand.
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