Thread: Krav Maga
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Old 05-04-2005, 14:06   #8
Ducman
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Originally posted by scottsummers
I think it has two few techniques and the execution of the techniques at that aren't very good. You would think you could perform the only techniques you know well. I think boxing would be better for simplicity. OR muy thai. There is no way you could do any of those attacks against a serious muy thai practitioner and the execution of their elbows and kicks are very good. Plus, they have great conditioning and can take a good hit.

Travis

Krav is very similiar to Muy Thai. Stand up striking with fist, knees, elbows and kicks. But Krav adds ground fighting.

Great conditioning is only part of the fight, there is will power and skill. You need all three to be a great fighter no matter what style you practice
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