Ground Fighting Course | Tallinn, Estonia
Ground Fighting Course
The Krav Maga Global Ground Fighting Course (KMG GFC) has been designed to meet the ever-growing popularity of how to move and fight on the ground, due to the popularity of grappling/wrestling related sports (GWRS), from Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and of course wrestling. All of which have extensive skills in takedowns, and some also in the concept of ‘cage work’ or ‘fighting off the cage’.
KMG is a horizontal system that works to solve emerging threats. The shift towards GWRS skills is something that must be addressed if KMG is to continue to be a complete system of self-defense and fighting skills.
During the course, you will learn how to fight safely and reduce injuries while training. The GFC provides tools for instructors and students on how to integrate this in the course and the weekly training.
The Ground Fighting Course is built on the curriculum of KMG, with all of the course material taken from the practitioner, graduate, and expert levels of the system. About 90% of the skills taught on the course are already in the curriculum. In addition, it includes material from competitive fighting styles to understand the difference between the two categories of fighting and competition.
The course takes the approach of learning what a competitive fighter may do in a physical altercation, (better
know as the understand your enemy principle).
Prerequisites: The GFC requires that all participants hold a KMG P2 grade or
above, as the course does not cover striking and therefore expects all participants to have previous knowledge
in this skill base.
The GFC is a practical course with the goal of all participants to leave with actual practical knowledge, having
gained some physical experience. The material will be taught at the appropriate pace, to allow participants to
gain a reasonable level of proficiency.