Krav maga instructor Moshe Katz demonstrates a series of practical defences for use against unarmed attackers. Among the forms of attack for which Katz discusses defence techniques are: kicks, fist punches, grips, attacks from behind and strangle-holds.
Krav Maga self-defense against unarmed attackers By Moshe Katz defense against street racket, choking, stranglehold, stranglehold, etc. Krav Maga was founded in the 1930s by Imi Lichtenfeld, and is now practiced throughout the world. Moshe Katz began his martial arts training in Israel and trained a short time later in the United States Kyokushin Karate and Ninjitsu, with some of the most famous masters of that time. When Moshe returns back to Israel, he met "Krav Maga Instructor" Itay Gil and became his disciple. It was a very tough and grueling training. After many years of training and teaching Moshe Katz was awarded in November 2010 by two organizations with the 5th Dan black belt. On this DVD, "A realistic self-defense against unarmed attackers," shows Moshe Katz, his special techniques against all attack situations, such as: defensive techniques against kicks, punches, attacks, attacks from behind, chokes, lapel grips, push technologies etc. Learn effective self defense techniques on to the street to survive. The following menu items are available: - Film - Chapter - Bonus (photo show and more) - Language - Partners The DVD can be played in the following languages: - German - English - French Format: 16:9 Total running time: 66 minutes + bonus