A real fight just about never comes in the right time and is always scary. After all, for average people, a confrontation is not something that happens to them everyday. Therefore, when a scary or harrowing situation occurs, everyone freezes at first. Then, there are three types of reactions:
• Staying frozen- staying in total shock and doing absolutely nothing effective;
• Going crazy- becoming hyper and essentially just causing a bigger mess and confusion;
• Or assessi
Many people think ICCS is just like any other krav maga system, only that we go hard with training vests. That is far off from the truth as the north pole is distant from the south pole. Yes, we use the training vests, also known to many as a “sharpatz” or “shachpatz” a lot, but why? The training vest are not a tool to poor out your aggression and anger, it's an instrument where we put our techniques and knowledge to a test. As close as possible to reality, without actually h
Always prepare for a fight, like you're about to battle with the most dangerous person in the world. Never underestimate any person willing and wanting to fight you. Too often people rely on strikes, that in reality will have no effect on the opponent. People wanting to kill you can endure lots of pain and still go forward. You must create damage! Have enough respect for your enemy to hit him hard and create a sufficient amount of damage that will stop his attack. People trai
Training to fight and feeling comfortable in all distances is extremely important in any confrontation. However, the most important distance and ironically the most neglected distance is the “pocket”. This distance is when you are close enough to hit and get hit. That's where the real fight starts, that's where the damage is done, and that is where you need to feel the most comfortable. Be brilliant at the places most people are stupid and you will be dangerous. Start practic
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