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  1. judoist is offline

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    Why do I feel this will turn into an "I haz t3h r34l kr4v" thread?
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    The real Krav started as a mixture of boxing and judo/wrestling that Imi Lichtenfeld trained in to help keep himself alive when in streetfights with NAZI supporters, which grew into a more comprehensive system when the IDF asked him to put together a CQB curriculum for their troops.

    IMHO it died with him, on account of both orgs seeming to move away from teaching the original boxing/grappling base and towards pure aggression with sloppy RBSD technique.

    IKMF costs more because it's better.
    Last edited by Eudemic; 2/14/2012 6:25am at . Reason: Missing words. And more missing words.
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    But how they sell it the same way they sell ckm, fast and expensive. Who's to say its not just as big a waste of money? It might have some useful techniques and applications but everything I found on rbsd like systema it takes longer to get your cert.
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    In short, Krav Maga tactifaggots need to head to a boxing gym or a wrestling/Judo club to get the faggotry knocked the **** out of them, and to learn how to throw a proper punch...

    ...or how to throw someone through the air to an abrupt stop.
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    ckm

    Why does everyone bash ckm for sellin instructor certifications for about 1 to 2 thousand dollars in 5 day when the ikmf charges more for the same amount of time?
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    2/14/2012 7:50am


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    This isn't a club review. Plus you've posted the same topic in multiple forums.

    You very much need to read the stickies before you continue to post if you want to properly access the benefits of this site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwilde88 View Post
    But how they sell it the same way they sell ckm, fast and expensive. Who's to say its not just as big a waste of money? It might have some useful techniques and applications but everything I found on rbsd like systema it takes longer to get your cert.
    Krav has a leg up on Systema because none of it is magic. If you're willing to take some lumps (most people aren't, and a lot of classes don't cater to it) you can make the majority of what you're being taught work against a non-compliant individual.

    Systema, based on what I've read here on Bullshido, is going to be similar to Aikido at best; at worst you'll be wasting time and money on something akin to Yellow Bamboo with a Russian flavor.

    As to why both CKM and the IKMF are asking similar amounts of money? Maybe because they're both selling basically the same product?
    Last edited by Eudemic; 2/14/2012 8:03am at . Reason: Because I have to edit all of my posts.
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    Its hard to read this site sometimes on my phone
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwilde88 View Post
    Its hard to read this site sometimes on my phone
    The problem is not your phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwilde88 View Post
    Why does everyone bash ckm for sellin instructor certifications for about 1 to 2 thousand dollars in 5 day when the ikmf charges more for the same amount of time?
    Only one thread per subject is allowed here. Cross posting the same thread in different forums is not permissible.

    I suggest you take the time to check out the site on a proper computer as this is the second thread you've posted where it doesn't belong, or you can continue to ignore the rules and the staff will ban you for being annoying.
    Shut the hell up and train.
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