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    Self Defense Awareness, pt I

    By Kravstore on 30 augustus 2015
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    If you know what to look for, you can recognize a problem as it unfolds and stay one step ahead of a potentially bad day. That is the goal…

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    The 5 Stages of Violent Crime

    By Kravstore on 30 augustus 2015
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    Most people see violence as a random event. But actually, violent acts, and crimes in general, follow a fairly regular process.

    Since the ultimate form of self defense is avoiding…

    On Sheep, Sheepdogs and Wolves

    By Kravstore on 30 augustus 2015
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    If you have no capacity for violence then you are a healthy productive citizen, a sheep. If you have a capacity for violence and no empathy for your fellow…

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    Nine Street Fighting Tactics For A Multiple Attacker Fight

    By Kravstore on 29 augustus 2015
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    Nine Street Fighting Tactics For A Multiple Attacker Fight.

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    A little bit of knowledge goes a long way!

    By Kravstore on 25 augustus 2015
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    Perhaps some of you are feeling overwhelmed by the (seemingly) many techniques we have to learn.
    Krav Maga must cover a huge amount of possible situations and outcomes. If only…

  • Quote Post

    By Kravstore on 23 augustus 2015
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    The difference between fear and panic is knowing what to do. If you have a reliable, effective solution then fear is an asset. You know what to do and fear just makes you do it faster. On the other hand, if you don’t know what to do – or don’t trust what you know – then you will freeze in terror, because you have no clear goal or way to get there. Fear helps, panic hinders. Fear is your savior, panic your nemesis.

    – Marc MacYoung-

  • Teach your kids how to talk to strangers

    By Kravstore on 7 augustus 2015
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    It’s your worst nightmare. You’re in a crowded mall — shopping for back-to-school clothes — and you think you’ve lost your daughter. Teach your kids what to do when…