List of Krav Maga Techniques

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List of Krav Maga Techniques

This section provides details for many of the techniques used in Krav Maga. This list includes martial arts kicks, punches & strikes, grappling & ground fighting and assorted other self-defense techniques.

Click on the techniques below for instructions and/or videos. These pages are meant to reinforce and supplement what you have learned in your Krav Maga classes. To properly understand these techniques, you need to learn them from a Krav Maga instructor who can give an in-depth explanation of the technique, correct your mistakes and detail how the technique should be utilized. Moreover, be aware that there are a variety of Krav Maga schools and associations so you might learn variations to these techniques.

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