'The Sunday Telegraph' trained with Krav Maga London

'...I feel that Krav Maga would enhance our current Personal Safety programme.'
An officer in Hertfordshire's Police Officer Protection Team.

' Everybody should know Krav Maga. It works.'
A member of Scotland Yard's Anti-terrorist branch.

'Comparing krav maga to something like karate is like comparing slam dancing to ballet.'
Renee Stovsky in the St Louis Post-Dispatch.

'It (Krav Maga) has more self defence cred than any other system we know about - and we know quite a bit about the subject!'
Combat Magazine, May 1996.

'The hottest martial art, Krav Maga takes a step beyond mere self defense...using training methods that simulate reality.'
Men's Fitness.

'It is totally practical, no flashy kicks or great spiritual angle. Students (sometimes)train in their work clothes, with the lights off, using furniture - anything to prepare themselves mentally for tapping their aggression into a particular situation.'
GQ Active, Spring 1999

'Krav Maga, the world's best form of self defense. Very enjoyable and easy to learn.'
Time Out Magazine, March 1999.

'Reality based Israeli combat system is a favorite of police, military, and civilian martial artists. To build proficiency in a short period of time, there is nothing better than Krav Maga!'
BLACKBELT MAGAZINE

'It's (Krav Maga) rough, tough, down and dirty'
Oliver Bennett in the Times.

'The simplicity of Krav Maga and its absolute effectiveness were startling. Perhaps most impressive was its ability to be equally effective for both males and females.'
Deputy Lawrence Garcia Instructor Arizona Law Enforcement Training Academy

'The officers were deeply impressed not only by what they had learned but also by the excellence of the instruction. We believe it to be the finest such training that exists.'
Jeremy D Margolis Director Illinois State Police Academy

'Pressure tactics simulate real-life situations. the exercises bring out all the aggression necessary to survive a real-life attack.'
Sunday Times Magazine Feb 1999

'The world's best form of self-defence. Very enjoyable and easy to learn'
Time out Magazine March 1999