Sorites paradox and its effects on Krav Maga Training

The Acclimation of Dust and the Importance of Staying Vigilant in Your Pursuits Earlier this month, I was faced with a powerful lesson as I went about my routine of cleaning the windows at the studio. As I was wiping down the glass, I noticed how dirty the cleaning rag had become, and I couldn’t… Continue reading Sorites paradox and its effects on Krav Maga Training

Being An Up Stander Is A Form Of Leadership

Bystander VS Up stander Being a bystander and being an up stander are two very different things. A bystander is someone who witnesses an event or situation but chooses not to get involved or take action. An up stander, on the other hand, is someone who takes a stand against injustice and takes action to… Continue reading Being An Up Stander Is A Form Of Leadership

Martial Arts Belt Testing As a Microcosmos

What I learned from level testing in Krav Maga As the year begins, it’s important to take a step back and reflect on our personal growth over the past 12 months. One way to do this is by conducting a self-evaluation, examining which areas we have excelled in and where we fell short. It’s also… Continue reading Martial Arts Belt Testing As a Microcosmos

Discipline vs Motivation

The Difference Between Discipline & Motivation It’s January, and like every year, we all promise ourselves that we will do something awesome, finally making a much-needed change in our lives and our attitude. Modes are like season; they change. For a goal worth pursuing, we can’t trust “motivation.” I have seen it year after year;… Continue reading Discipline vs Motivation

Self Defense Is Mandatory When Riding NYC Subway

Getting Attacked On The Way To Work. This The Reality Of NYC 2023 I have been getting a lot of emails from students recently, sharing their experience of the commute in NYC’s public transportation. Here’s another attack that you won’t see in the stats of the NYPD for 2022, yet this, and many others alike,… Continue reading Self Defense Is Mandatory When Riding NYC Subway

How To Be A Good Partner In Krav Maga

“AS A PARTNER, YOU ARE A HUGE PART OF YOUR PARTNER’S GROWTH” The Ten Commandments For Being A Good Partner For many people, just inquiring via email or phone about any fighting style is scary. If you’ve never been on the mat before and are not sure what to expect, I can see how it… Continue reading How To Be A Good Partner In Krav Maga

Be Your Own Hero

Be Your Own Hero A few weeks ago, a student of mine was attacked in the streets of Brooklyn. Her crime was being Jewish. I took a pledge early on in life that I would train anyone who is willing to be trained to protect themselves against evil and make sure that “never again” is… Continue reading Be Your Own Hero

How To Make Good Decisions

How To Make Good Decisions  “If you want something you’ve never had, You must be willing to do something you’ve never done.” As 2022 is reaching its end, we are filled with hope that the upcoming year will bring us joy, success, and happiness. Life, indeed, can change in a matter of seconds, and much… Continue reading How To Make Good Decisions

Krav Maga, Leadership and Bravery

Are You Brave Enough To Be A Leader? We need brave leaders Henry Kissinger said, “The task of the leader is to get his people from where they are to where they have not been.”  This requires a lot of courage! Because most of the time the one who leads has only been at the… Continue reading Krav Maga, Leadership and Bravery

Having Your Back in New York City

One of my students wrote about his experience I thought it would be a great thing to share with you. Do something amazing, Tsahi Shemesh Having your Back It’s hard to believe it has already been 2 years since my mother passed away. The last 10 years of her life she suffered the ravages from… Continue reading Having Your Back in New York City

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