Krav Maga: Real World Solutions to Real World Violence
Krav Maga: Real World Solutions to Real World Violence presents a no-nonsense approach to neutralising attackers in close quarters. Author Gershon Ben Keren explains the philosophy behind the Krav Maga method, which is the basis of the Israeli military’s devastating close combat system. No mere hodgepodge of Krav Maga techniques, this book lays out a systematic approach to self-defense and provides illustrated confrontation scenarios paired with tailored practical responses.
All of the photos in the book were shot in real-time, demonstrating what realistic movements-both from the attacker’s and defender’s perspective-look like. Where applicable, techniques have been shot in the scenarios in which they occur such as bars, restrooms, ATMs, etc. The situational components of such violent incidents are explained, so the reader can learn to identify, predict, and avoid violence before it occurs.
|Dimensions||152 × 229 mm|
Gershon Ben Keren
Gershon Ben Keren is a 5th Degree Black Belt and Head of System for Krav Maga Yashir. He has been training in Krav Maga since 1994, in both Israel and Europe. In his over 25 years of experience, he has trained with many different trainers and associations, including some of the Israeli Defense Forces most elite Close Combat/Krav Maga instructors. In 2010, he was inducted into the Museum of Israeli Martial Arts by Dr. Dennis Hanover. Having worked in the security sector, as an operative, trainer and consultant, his emphasis is on violence mitigation, prediction, and avoidance. His real world experience, coupled with his academic background (Master s Degree in Psychology and continued Post-Graduate study in Criminology and Criminal Psychology), informs the reality-based self-defense training that he provides to individuals, corporations, and agencies. He lives in Boston, where he runs his full-time school, and corporate services, as well as free women s self-defense/self-protection training, through Krav Maga Yashir Boston.
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