Category Archives: Published – Budo Interntational

Shooting: How Close Is Too Close?

“Shooting: How Close is Too Close?”  Avi Nardia, Benjamin Krajmalnik (“Krav-jmalnik”) & Tim Boehlert When students ask me “what is the most dangerous gun?” I always say “your fork as most of us will die from over-eating and not from … Continue reading

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Kapap: The Art Of Giving Life, Not Taking Life

KAPAP: The Art of Giving Life, Not Taking Life As a student of Japanese swordsmanship, it’s clear that “To Study the Old is To Understand the New.” I was an “Uchi-deshi” for almost 8 years in Japan, under sword Master … Continue reading

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To Study The Old, Is To Understand The New

To Study the Old, Is to Understand the New Teaching modern Martial Arts and Reality-Based self-defense, many times we are faced with questions like: “Why do you study Brazilian Ju-jutsu?” or “Why do you study Judo?” or “Why do you … Continue reading

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Safety First, Safety Last

SAFETY FIRST, SAFETY LAST  What’s wrong in the Martial Arts industry today? • At one defensive shooting academy, a firearms trainer shoots and wounds one of his own instructors. • At other training facilities, students are routinely hospitalized with ‘training … Continue reading

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