Many self-defence techniques are easy to learn and can be extremely useful in case of an assault.
This course teaches you how to defend yourself against armed and unarmed attackers.
What is it?
Kombat Krav is the name of our unique self-defence training program. The word “Krav” is borrowed from Krav Maga which is the famous close combat self-defence system of the Israeli army. It aims at the immediate neutralization of the attacker by targeting vital points of the body such as genitals, carotids or eyes. It focuses on occasional weapons like sticks or batons as well as on the typical weapons like knives and firearms.
Kombat Krav uses techniques of the traditional Krav Maga and combines them with elements found in MMA and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ), which resemble much closer a “street fight” scenario. Knowing BJJ techniques can give you the upper hand in a ground fight even against a larger and heavier opponent.
Another crucial element of self-defence is the ability to effectively strike, punch, elbow, knee and kick. As part of our Kombat Krav program, you will practice two striking sessions daily: Muay Thai and Western Boxing.
Why do it?
Our course teaches you to defend and protect yourself from common street attacks by using a variety of simple but very effective techniques and dirty tricks. Kombat Group is the ideal place to train in various combat sports for physical conditioning and striking power.
Our training helps you to achieve both an ideal physical as well as mental state to face a dangerous situation. The main goal is to evoke an instinctive response (flinch) to defend yourself from sudden aggression. This kind of response is called “weaponizing the flinch”.
By coming to Thailand to train in our Kombat Krav course, you will not only gain strength and skills but also self-confidence. A straighter body posture and an air of confidence will automatically make you a less likely target.