One of the things I like about Krav Maga is that it draws from a wide variety of martial arts styles. Most of the ground-work we do is straight out of Jiu-Jitsu, though as an Orange Belt, I am yet to learn drag defenses. The above video comes from the Gracie Breakdown Facebook Page, a Jiu-jitsu school in Torrance, California.
Of course doing any of these things against a sworn LEO is likely to result in an even worse outcome, against an ordinary attacker it is fair game. Even though I am yet to practice these specific techniques, the nugget I am gleaning from the video is the importance of spinning around to get my legs between myself and the attacker. The first technique, a kick to the head seems to be the most straight forward for those new to ground-work.
As a general rule, I shy away from sharing self-defense techniques that I am not familiar with. I am by no means an expert. But like the knife-defense videos I shared a while back, these are techniques that I have practiced and been tested on. From the Krav Maga Unyted YouTube Channel.
The instructor above doesn’t have an all-in-one Orange Belt video, but here are a couple of intermediate techniques: