Krav Maga Self Defence System
What is the Krav Maga Self Defence System?
Krav Maga is a self defence system used and invented by the IDF (Israeli Defence Forces). It was invented by Imi Lichtenfield who honed his skills in the 1930’s fighting fascist thugs in Bratislava. During this period Imi, who’s background was in western boxing and grappling, learned the difference between sport and street fighting. Imi was forced to leave Bratislava in the late 1930’s as Europe became a battlefield. Imi went on to develop Krav Maga in 1948. Read more
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Here are some of our best Boxing Workouts used by the Bristol Titans
Boxing Workout #1
10 x 1 minute rounds of power punching on the heavy bag. 60 seconds on 60 seconds off. But this isnt a tap and move skill workout, to feel the benefits from this you have to hit full power full speed, no gaps, breaks or hesitation, just continual non stop 100% smash-the-bag. Have 60 seconds rest between rounds.
Boxing Workout #2
Round one, you’re going to go jab for jab with your partner. Use this as a chance to practice slipping, parrying, timing, distance and movement.
Round two, firing the basic 1 – 2 combo at each other, make sure to respect that cross, keep your hands up and your chin down!
Round three, add in the lead hook for a 3 punch combination. By now if you are confident you should be going full power and also working in laybacks and weaving.
Round four, add a cross onto the end for a solid 4 punch combination. Go back and forth so you both get to train!
Round five, open spar! Throw it all together and fight!
Boxing Workout #3
30 seconds burpees 30 seconds heavy bag striking. repeat for a total of 3 minutes. 60 seconds rest. 4 to 6 rounds.
Boxing Workout #4
Start this one on the heavy Bag:
3 x 3-minute rounds on heavy bag
Then onto speed work:
3 x 3-minute round on speed bag
3 x 3 minute rounds for time (do as many sets as possible) of:
- 5 press ups
- 10 sit ups
- 15 squats
And then to add a Finisher do x200 situps
Boxing Workout #5
This one all done in 3 minute rounds. Start the round off with 3 x 30 seconds sets of:
And then finish the remaining 90 seconds of the round with sparring, heavy bag work or shadowboxing
Top 5 Kettlebell Workouts for Krav Maga
Here at the Krav Maga Bristol Titans we understand that to be a fully functional fighter you will also need a base level of strength, stamina and endurance. The kettlebell is a fantastic training tool that we can use for developing our strength, our core, our cardio and our overall ability to move.
Fighters from all sorts of backgrounds can benefit from using the kettlebell, whether you are a student of MMA, Muay Thai, Kickboxing, BJJ, Grappling, Karate, Judo or any other Martial Art, everyone can use the kettlebell to develop brute strength, cardio and explosive power.
As fighters you want to spend most of your time in the classroom, you need to spend time honing your art, training, drilling and sparring. So we don’t have the luxury of having 8 hours a week to lift weights but yet we know that we need a good solid base of strength which can be achieved well from 2 or 3 short but intense full body kettlebell sessions each week.
We recommend women start with a 12kg kettlebell and men go for a 24kg.
Here are some of the Krav Maga workouts using Kettlebells that we recommend students use at home.
Kettlebell Workouts # 1
60 seconds shadow striking
30 seconds swings
60 seconds shadowstriking
30 seconds Around the Worlds
Repeat for x5 rounds, no rest.
Kettlebell Workouts # 2
AMRAP (as many rounds as possible)
3 front squats
Use double kettlebells for this one, and do as many reps as you can in 15 minutes!
Kettlebell Workouts #3
Run 1 mile
*Bonus – every time you have to put the kettlebell down, do x10 pressups before resting
Kettlebell Workouts # 4
AMRAP of Clean and Press
16 minutes. Record your result and next time, beat it!
Kettlebell Workouts # 5
Round 1: 5 minutes shadowstriking
Round 2: 5 minutes Clean and Press
Round 3: 5 minutes ground and pound
Round 4: 5 minutes Turkish Get Ups
Round 5: 5 minutes Farmers Carry
Here are my top 10 good reasons to train in Krav Maga – or any other martial art:
10. Learning a self defence skill is a genuinely useful thing to have. Statistically you ARE going to need it one day, maybe to defend yourself, or even to defend a loved one or a colleague. But even if you never needed to use it, its like owning a smoke alarm or a fire extinguisher – you don’t buy these things in the hope that one day your house burns down so you can use them. You buy them because you know that if you don’t have them when you need them you are going to be in trouble! A small investment of time or money can put you in a place so that when you need these things you have them! Read more