r/kravmaga

8,507 subscribers
created in 2010


For discussion about Krav Maga. Advice, help finding a gym, and sharing stories.

https://reddit.com/r/kravmaga
r/martialarts
38k subscribers
kravmaga 14.61%
2.05% martialarts
r/bjj
80k subscribers
kravmaga 8.85%
0.49% bjj
r/MuayThai
24k subscribers

All things Muay Thai, news, upcoming events & general discussion. From fighters to fans, everyone is welcome!

https://reddit.com/r/MuayThai
kravmaga 3.72%
0.97% MuayThai
r/bodyweightfitness
671k subscribers

Bodyweightfitness is for redditors who like to use their own body to train, from the simple pullups, pushups, and squats to the advanced bodyweight movements like the planche, one arm chin-ups, or single leg squats.

Start your fitness journey with our Recommended Routine and wiki.

https://reddit.com/r/bodyweightfitness
kravmaga 5.46%
0.21% bodyweightfitness
r/judo
15k subscribers

A reddit for judoka and spectators to submit anything about Judo.

https://reddit.com/r/judo
kravmaga 2.2%
0.9% judo
r/CCW
60k subscribers

The CCW (concealed carry weapons) subreddit is a community about sharing articles, tips, and links about various topics that address ccw.

https://reddit.com/r/CCW
kravmaga 3.52%
0.25% CCW
r/amateur_boxing
22k subscribers
kravmaga 1.81%
0.49% amateur_boxing
r/WingChun
6k subscribers

An open forum, message board, hangout for discussing anything to do with the martial art called Wing Chun.

https://reddit.com/r/WingChun
kravmaga 1.51%
1.81% WingChun
r/StreetFights
95k subscribers
kravmaga 2.33%
0.17% StreetFights
r/Kickboxing
9k subscribers
kravmaga 1.25%
1.26% Kickboxing
r/taekwondo
6k subscribers
kravmaga 1.21%
0.99% taekwondo
r/MMA
518k subscribers

A subreddit for all things Mixed Martial Arts.

https://reddit.com/r/MMA
kravmaga 8.33%
0.12% MMA
r/EDC
167k subscribers

What essentials do you carry on a daily basis?

https://reddit.com/r/EDC
kravmaga 3.95%
0.13% EDC
r/aikido
5k subscribers

Aikido comes from the same martial lineage as judo and jujitsu. It emphasizes blending with attacks rather than countering force with force, and utilizes throws, joint locks, and pins. Although many techniques include softening strikes (atemi), the goal of aikido is to neutralize aggression swiftly without undue harm to the attacker. Aikidoka also practice strikes, parries, and disarms with wooden weapons: sword (bokken), staff (jo), and knife (tanto).

https://reddit.com/r/aikido
kravmaga 1.15%
1.51% aikido
r/knives
122k subscribers

Sharp and pointy stuff!

https://reddit.com/r/knives
kravmaga 2.4%
0.14% knives
r/Survival
224k subscribers

The Wilderness Survival subreddit.

https://reddit.com/r/Survival
kravmaga 1.81%
0.17% Survival
r/karate
6k subscribers
kravmaga 1.08%
0.95% karate
r/kungfu
7k subscribers

A humble community of practitioners of the Traditional Chinese Martial Art. We're here to talk about all the aspects of kung fu including philosophy, logic, medicine, health, mental/physical fitness, and (of course) technique. Kung Fu is about the application of hard work throughout your life to better yourself and to gain mastery over your body and mind.

https://reddit.com/r/kungfu
kravmaga 1.05%
1.05% kungfu
r/preppers
66k subscribers

Learning and sharing information to aid in emergency preparedness as it relates to disasters both natural and man-made. Insurance for tough times.

https://reddit.com/r/preppers
kravmaga 1.44%
0.19% preppers
r/leangains
84k subscribers
kravmaga 1.48%
0.18% leangains