First Guide is Available!

Posted: November 11, 2013 in Store
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market-store-iconI realized a while back that the blog posts are okay but sometimes there are topics for which the format just doesn’t handle adequately. These are bigger topics that I feel require more than just several paragraphs to cover sufficiently. So, what to do? Do I create a series of related blog posts over the course of several weeks? I suppose that’s one way to do it. The other way, the way I chose, was to put together a Guide in Kindle format. Hence the concept of the KMJ Guide was born.

This particular Guide is 74 pages long and is the first of several I have planned. It’s focused on what’s always been the most popular topic on kravmagajourney.com, namely “what can I expect when I start Krav Maga?”  It includes a quick overview of Krav Maga and addresses areas like class structure, sparring, and the “elephant in the room” — fear.  It contains tips that will prove very handy in your first 6 months of training (and beyond).

Each tip is inspired by the hundreds of search queries that are performed to land folks on my blog, email questions I get, and questions I see posted frequently on Reddit — so the tips are highly relevant to the kinds of questions new and prospective students might ask. If you are considering Krav Maga, are a new student, or know of someone who is considering giving it a try, take a look and let me know what you think.

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You can view the Guide in the new Store by clicking the link located in the top menu or simply by clicking here.

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Comments
  1. tedscoot says:

    Just picked up this guide and read it “cover to cover” was really helpful and motivating. Off to watch a couple of local schools to find the right one for me to call home.

    Ted

  2. Harry Ervin says:

    As a 46 year old, heavy set guy, I found your blog, while trying to determine if I was too old to begin the journey. I’ve been thoroughly enjoying reading your posts, and just purchased your guide, as well. I’m looking forward to reading it. Your blog has been very informative and motivational, and I’ve no doubt the guide will be, as well. Thank you…

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