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.

Books on Krav Maga Techniques

Krav Maga Stances

Krav Maga Punches & Strikes

Defenses Against Punches

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Krav Maga Kicking Techniques

Defenses Against Kicks

Krav Maga Knee Techniques

How To Fall If Knocked To The Ground

Krav Maga Groundwork & Grappling Techniques

Krav Maga Ground Fighting Techniques

Krav Maga Defenses Against Weapons

Defenses Against Bear Hugs

Defenses Against Chokes

Defenses Against Headlocks

Defenses Against Wrist Grabs

Defenses Against Hair Grabs

Defenses Against Other Grabs

Defenses Against Carjackings, Hostage Situations, etc.

Defenses Against Multiple Opponents


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