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Re: Why Krav?
Why Krav?? (Geez, how am I going to keep this SHORT??!?) :confused: :rolleyes:
Little bit of history – I’ve always loved the martial arts, Dad taught me a little bit of judo, had one high-school friend who was a Tae Kwon Do instructor so I learned some of that, another guy taught me a little bit of Pa Kua kung fu (which was really cool, since it was so different from anything else I’d done!), & had another good friend/roommate for a couple years who was a Kenpo instructor, so I made some decent progress with that art as well (R.I.P. Nick!). Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to make it through my 20s without getting into a serious fight, where I learned the hard way that all of the stuff I’d been doing was pretty much just “playing around”. I was perhaps a little bit lucky, I merely got beat up – but I had to take someone I loved to the hospital when it was all over. 🙁
Fast-forward (WAY too fast!) about 20 years, & went through a 2-yr stretch where Dad had several heart attacks. About that same time, my doc started telling me that I needed to get more active, or else I was going to be in the same situation. Tried all kinds of other exercises, walking, biking, gyms, etc, but ALL of it just BORED THE CRAP out of me. I’d told the wife for years that I wanted to get back into martial arts, & I knew that I didn’t want to “screw around” any more like I had when I was a kid. Since I’d been a martial arts nut, I was vaguely familiar with KM. So, when I discovered a school just a few miles from me, I figured that since it came from Israel (& since the Israelis simply can’t afford to screw around!) that checking it out would be a worthwhile use of my time. Freakin’ LOVED EVERY SECOND of it! Been training with James & Shannon Hiromasa for roughly 2-1/2 years now, & if I have anything to say about it, I’ll be doing Krav until I can’t get a ride to/from the nursing home… :D:
So much for keeping it short, huh? :rolleyes:January 13, 2013 at 5:11 pm #86594pinkglovesMember
Re: Why Krav?quote SplatCat:
James is fantastic! He was one of the instructors who came and did my Phase A testing. I loved every minute of training we had with him. You are definitely in good hands.March 7, 2013 at 5:38 am #86835thepeanutmasterMember
Re: Why Krav?
Great reading the stories here. Why Krav? The reason for me would be because I missed it. After training Aikido for a year or so I trained in Krav Maga for two years. At two different schools simultaneously I LOVED it. Walked out the class feeling at ease, confident and happy. Only problem was it was a long journey to get there from where I lived. Finances were not great at the time…
A Wing Chun school was much closer to me and more for financial / travel reasons I joined it. The people there were great and I stuck at the system stubbornly for 4 years! And never returned to Krav. I believed wingchun being a Traditional Martial art was better for me than Krav Maga so I stuck at it (i was wrong) All the while missing the more realistic and grounded Krav.
Then the last few months of my Wing Chin I started losing the love for it. Making excuses not to go. Questioning a little bit what we were doing. The techniques, bear in mind my Wing Chun teacher was really really good. It wasn’t him it was me. lol
I was a very dedicated student, never missing a lesson. Stubbornly pushing myself to stick at something. There was just a missing connection with what I was learning and what I thought would actually work in an uncontrolled quick response situation. Krav may have been a bit more unpolished and less clean, but this is the nature of the street fight right? Wing Chun looks pretty, particularly chi sau but I just felt after all that time it wasn’t for me. I missed Krav.
Very hard to leave, especially when you almost enter into a kind of Pseudo religious bond with your martial art. It just so happened I moved to another area of the country recently, so this served as a convenient reason for me to say goodbye to my Wing Chun. Was also the kick I needed.
My new location when looking for Krav, what do you know, ten minutes down the road. A Krav Maga class…
I start again tonight 😎March 23, 2013 at 8:06 am #86921levihdevannyMember
Re: Why Krav?
I love how Krav can be a means of self defense and a way for me to lose weight.April 19, 2013 at 2:02 pm #87032adrianMember
Re: Why Krav?
I learned about Krav Maga while watching a UFC fight with some friends 3.5 years ago. At the time, one of my friends began discussing the differences between sports based martial arts/fighting (i.e., the various applications of MMA in sport) and violence in the street (i.e. unregulated violent altercations, surprise attacks). He proceeded to talk about fighting in close quarters, addressing attacks with weapons, basic self defense, etc. Much of what he said made sense, but it was difficult to grasp because I really had no practical experience. To help my understanding (lol) I was given a wooden knife and my friend asked me to stab him. I tried with great effort to stab him, but FAILED every time.
I knew my friend was a career self-defense instructor/martial artist in some hard to pronounce system, but I never cared to learn the name. That night, I decided that I wanted to learn more about the martial art (Krav Maga). I was invited to train at Krav Maga MD, but deferred due to a lack of motivation.
I decided to consider training in Krav Maga a little over a year later, following a few incidents out in public with my wife (i.e., people making racist comments, drunk guys getting a lil’ too friendly). I felt somewhat confident in my willingness to fight/defend myself or her if necessary, because I’ve been in fights before. That said, I knew that I needed more…to train to defend myself and the one(s) I love.
I began training in April 2011 and Krav Maga has since become my primary hobby and a great passion.May 3, 2013 at 4:21 pm #87088ntngMember
Re: Why Krav?
I’m 55 and decided I had enough of being called the “old guy” or ” Pops” About a year ago, There was a Krav class taught at the military base I work at < I’m retired military > So i started going to the class. It was taught by a friend of mine, and I loved it. After 8 months, he had to transfer out of the area. I also went to Krav Maga of Maryland. Krav has become a part of our lives < my wife started training as well > We both enjoy it a great deal. The increase in endurance, and self confidence are great. We’ve also met some great folks, and made some friends.May 20, 2013 at 5:16 pm #87164lennykravistMember
Re: Why Krav?
Greetings everyone! Let’s see if I can keep this brief. I’ve always been interested in Martial Arts since I was a kid but was always afraid to get hit, so never took up the offer to sign up when I was younger. Fast forward to my adult years, and well frankly, I don’t know the first thing about how to defend myself. At my age (38) I feel my pickings may be slim in that I’m not sure I have the time to dedicate to a true Martial “Art.” Make no mistake, I respect traditional Martial Arts IMMENSELY. I just don’t feel I have the time to learn how to spin-kick someone in the face (just a quick non-specific example). So after much research, I found Krav to be as practical, effective and brutal as I need. I need something quick and ugly, because the fights I’ve witnessed always devolve into that. Plus, I’ve got a woman in my life now. Took my lifetime to find her, and now that we’ve found each other, I’ll guard her with everything I got! She’s tough and can take care of herself. But the extra Krav knowledge doesn’t hurt. To further elaborate, I saw a youtube video of a recovering couple who were jumped, but she got the brunt of the attack and has been rehabbing for a few years. She’s in good shape but still recovering (you could see the scars from her head surgery) and that hit home for me. So that’s why I picked Krav. To learn to defend not just myself, but those most dear to me. I’m now 7 weeks in, but I’m in for the long haul. I’m loving it more and more and eager to take it as far as I can take! I definitely want to go as high as the belts allow, and hopefully, with enough training and discipline, be able to test into black belt!
Thanks for reading!August 30, 2013 at 4:32 am #87614beach-rangerMember
Re: Why Krav?
I had 2 experiences which prompted me to try to learn some form of self defense. First, my family was randomly attacked by a person with a mental illness; my mother in particular was in serious danger in that situation. Thankfully we were together with a large group of people and the situation was contained quickly. But what if it had happened to her and me alone? Would I know what to do and how to protect her? Then I was jogging with the one who was my wife back then, when a group of 4 young people neared us and started saying disrespectful things to my wife. I took a stand and faced them, confident enough to make them stop, but I was sure that if they had all attacked me at once I would have been overwhelmed and beaten. This time there wasn’t anyone else around to help us, so I was lucky. This made me consider learning some form of self-defense for the very first time, as I didn’t have any martial arts background. After doing some extensive research, having conversation with martial artists, asking questions about what would be the most effective form of self-defense, reading forums and watching countless videos of fighting situations, I came to the conclusion that Krav Maga was the way to go. It was perfect for me because 1. I could learn to defend myself quickly rather than spend a large amount of time learning forms as with traditional martial arts, and 2. It is a system whose techniques are designed to work effectively assuming I am not an athletic or martial arts experienced individual.
January 2, 2014 at 12:06 am #88102lucy91Member
Re: Why Krav?
Well TBH with you I wanted to learn a self defense sport, checked a couple of videos and read online and Krav Maga is right for me I guess. I fell in love with the videos on YouTube.
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