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  • Evolution of Krav?

    Came across this on my feed: http://theevolutionofkrav.com/

    But looking at the site, I didn't see Krav Maga experts on there (or at least anyone that I know of that could be the head of changing Krav Maga). Isn't this Keysi fighting method & ATA taekwondo-based?
    http://theevolutionofkrav.com/krav-future/

  • #2
    From their website:

    Also what needs to be taken into consideration is the commercialisation of Krav Maga, the ‘McDojo’ franchise model, while this does not mean that good quality instructors should be denied making a living from teaching Krav Maga but does become questionable when people training within an organisation step outside it in order to train & qualify their own instructors and build their own organisation. Majority of the recognised Krav Maga organisations, or organisation-affiliated instructors have some degree of external moderation and quality control. However there is nothing to stop someone setting up as ‘Another KM’ and starting a franchise McDojo business wherein they train who they like, and charging whatever they like.

    Do your research and find the training that suits you.

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    Seems like good advice... since I couldn't find anywhere that says where they actually came from lol.

    Its a nice site, well written...

    Anyone know "Master Clark" or "Andy Norman" ??
    I believe that self-defense is a moral imperative, and that illegitimate force and illegal violence must be met with righteous indignation and superior violence.

    But hey, thats just me.

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    • #3
      KM should definitely evolve for instance BJJ changed matters in the 90 s all students must now be able to defend take / hold downs.

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