The Commando Krav Maga (CKM) System

Developed by Moni Aizik, an ex-Israeli Special Forces Major, Commando Krav Maga is a complete fighting system, covering all aspects of real hand-to-hand combat and weapons training. This system is based on straightforward practical moves designed for the most brutal and vicious streetfights. Commando Krav Maga practitioners are trained to quickly control or debilitate any attacker, including attackers armed with knives, guns, bats and bottles. The techniques in Commando Krav Maga are meant to incapacitate opponents regardless of size, training background or level of expertise and are illegal in tournament or competitive fighting.

This Israeli-based system comprises eight levels and is easy to learn. You will see results almost immediately. There are no traditional forms. Instead, the deadly combat tactics utilized in Commando Krav Maga takes a scientific approach to self-defense, through trial-and-error, bringing you the most effective techniques. Innovation is a key factor in Commando Krav Maga, which is why the system is always evolving.

The effectiveness of Commando Krav Maga has been proven time and time again, and is being taught to some of the most elite military and law-enforcement agencies in the world. Most experts consider this Israeli combat system the most devastating reality-based system in the world. Aside from the physical and technical training, Commando Krav Maga also builds on your mental toughness so that you are prepared for any challenge.

Defense Against an Aggressive Hold-Up
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During an aggressive hold-up, Moni looks away from the attacker while playing submissive (1). Moni then takes control of the gun hand while moving out of the line of fire (2). With his free hand, Moni reaches for the gun (3) and grabs the top of the gun for better leverage (4). Moni then executes a gun reversal, keeping the barrel pointing away from his body (5). When Moni takes control of the gun, he moves away from the attacker while commanding the attacker to keep his hands up (6).