Krav Maga and Self-Defense

MMA: Mixed Martial Arts

Krav Maga is the unarmed part of Israeli combat, and a contact sport of defense techniques that are growing in popularity around the world. It is different from traditional mixed martial arts in that it is based on the evolving lessons learned on the battlefield and in fighting terrorists. Krav Maga combines boxing, Judo, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In this thrilling book, MMA aficionados learn the history and development of the sport, from Imi Lichtenfeld, Haim Gidon, and Eyal Yanilov. Acclaimed star fighters and trainers aid readers in the discovery of Krav maga including, including Katrina Reynolds, Moti "The Hammer" Hortenstein, Sam Sade, A. J. Draven, and David Kahn. Readers also learn about the basics of MMA self-defense and safety. This engaging volume provides eye-catching step-by-step photos on how to defend against common chokes, grabs, and bear hugs.

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Series Review: MMA: Mixed Martial Arts
"It isn't often that a series 'jumps off the cart', but this Mixed Martial Arts series from Rosen dispels the 'boring nonfiction' stigma ... Each slim volume provides basic information and profiles stars of the sport. Here's the cool part: step-by-step photographs guide readers through basic moves, many with such intriguing names as: 'guillotine', and 'monk choke'. The back matter includes a glossary, more information, further reading, and an index. This is a book that begs to be experienced!"
--Teen Direct Newsletter, Suffolk Cooperative Library System
Library Bound Book List: $32.75 / S&L: $24.60
eBook List: $32.75 / S&L: $24.60

Reading Level: 5

Interest Level: 5-8

Product type : eBook
ISBN : 978-1-4488-9277-8
Author : Ann Byers
Copyright : 2013
Language : English
Category : High Interest, Sports
Pages : 48
GRL : X
Dewey : 796.815
Subject : High Interest, Sports
BISAC : JNF054220
Step-by-Step Instructions • Sidebars • Index • Glossary • Author Biography • Web Sites • List of Organizations • For Further Information Section • Further Reading • Bibliography