Top positive review
May as well buy Complete Krav Maga instead
Reviewed in the United States on September 4, 2013
Decent book, however you get the same plus more out of Complete Krav Maga. As I said in that review, there's no sub for training in a decent school under a decent instructor but this book can assist. Training with any book by itself is selling yourself way short and you'll be extremely limited and if you have zero experience you may not even know if your technique is correct. I used these books to see if this is something I would be interested in and I have since started training and I love it and these books have helped me train, when a technique is introduced in class I have already familiarized myself with it via these books. I should not that I don't train in a Krav Maga Worldwide facility but this book is basically identical to the association I am training under, so far. Krav Maga alongside BJJ and combat hapkido seems like a pretty good mix (IMO) and I am definitely hooked on all three. I'm not looking to fight professionally, just want to learn to fight if I ever need to and now I am on my way plus i'm in amazing shape.