Krav Magen


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Description of Krav Magen

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K.A.M.I. - Israeli Krav Magen association, An Israeli martial art, which was embraced by: the Israeli ministry of education, the army, police, "Na'amat" (women's organization) and border control, and was internationally recognized by experts in the field. The technique is based on natural movements of the body and excels in being simple, fast and efficient. The first part of the method - Self Defense, develops the ability to defend against violent attacks, and is designed for man, women, child or elderly. Whereas the second part - Krav Magen (defensive battle) is meant to train people who are forced to deal with hand-to-hand combat in their line of duty, whether armed or not. Krav Magen self-defense trainings are key components in designing the human psyche. They enhance self-confidence and courage, teach trainees how to remain cool headed, self-disciplined and self restrained for the rest of their life. While practicing K.A.M.I, the trainees learn the following: various blows and kicks, defense methods against all kinds of blows and kicks, how to break free from various holds (strangulation, lock grips etc.) and dealing with an opponent armed with light weapons and fire arms. Further more, they are trained in singular and multiple opponent combats. The K.A.M.I. foundation was founded in 1989 by Eli Avikzar z"l, who holds a Red belt (Dan 10) and Black belt (Dan 1) in Aikido and Judo. He was the first in the world to achieve a Black belt in Krav Maga (Contact Fight). Eli Avikzar z"l served as head of the I.D.F (Israeli Defense Force) Krav Maga section for 12 years, during which he trained some 80,000 male soldiers and some 12,000 female soldiers. He still serves as head of the Krav Maga section in the I.D.F. reserves. Today head's the association and the method Avi Avisidon who holds a Red belt (Dan 8) who was the first Black belt of the founder.

* K.A.M.I. - For developing the qualities of body and soul.

* K.A.M.I. - For gaining self confidence and self defense ability in any situation.

* K.A.M.I. - A simple and efficient combat technique.

* K.A.M.I. - Is suitable for all ages. Simplicity: activating a simple natural movement creates a fast movement.

Fast movement creates power. The use of a basic and comfortable movement makes it suitable for every person; weather strong, weak, tall, short, fat, thin, fast or disabled. The phrase "I can't" does not exist. K.A.M.I. adjusts itself to the altering state of the street and to the immediate, modern, contemporary dangers. K.A.M.I. renews and improves, adds and revises exercises to find solutions to a changing environment. In practice, the exercise is short and efficient and all is permitted to save lives. "Minimum movement against maximum movement becomes minimum defense against maximum offense" K.A.M.I. holds 35 clubs in Israel and some 3500 trainees above the age of 5 until elderly people, boys and girls, man and women among them are disabled people who find their place in K.A.M.I. due to the simplicity of the moves and adjustment of exercises to their limitations. Most disabled trainees report an improvement in movement and coordination. K.A.M.I. trainees note that the method's accumulating knowledge enlightens, deters violence and above all improves their personal safety and self insurance.

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