Krav Maga does have judo influence but it also a lot of strike and kicking. Krav Maga comes from judo and wing chun, muay thai and wrestling and also weapons training. it is not sport, its combat. it is fun to train in. like judo.They are two very different systems. That's like asking what are the differences between krav maga and judo.
Sambo is a wrestling art, and mainly used for sport, the name is an acronym, of which in Russian basically means unarmed fighting, but you can find combat adaptations of the art, like a lot of wrestling it combines speed strength, flexability, whilst trying to pin, submit or KO outscore your opponent.
Systema is an art that the exponent will use tension only where its needed, it combines continuous movement, good structure, and being relaxed as you can, in order to adapt to your attacker, some call it the grey man principle, by moving more naturally, instead of a stylised stance, the Systema practiicioner will try to disiguse their skill, until needed, this is done by hiding strikes within their movement, all aspects of training are covered, from structure breaking, joint and lock manipulation, weapons etc, as well as using physics of human movement. But the main part of systema training is control of yourself, controlling your phyche in stressfull senarios, which is encompassed with breathwork, there is far more to it than that, but hope that helps.
Yes. I think you missed my point. They are two entirely different systems, to the point that there's no purpose in a comparison. They just happen to come from the same region.Krav Maga does have judo influence but it also a lot of strike and kicking. Krav Maga comes from judo and wing chun, muay thai and wrestling and also weapons training. it is not sport, its combat. it is fun to train in. like judo.
Isnt there a second question of which type of systema? Arent there a few diffrent types?
And above but eleborating on what Sambo is. Its a acronym in Russian for self defenc without weapons. (which is the more accurate and apt one if i recall) If you see people write Sombo its the same, sambo is a slur. (so some elect not to use it, i am not one of them)
It is effectively a mixture of Judo and Wrestling, sub divided into sport and comabat vareints, combat varients can in theory contain and do anything. Combat sambo also doesnt seem to be regulated or as regulated as the sport side, so the striking could be dodgy or more so than the grappling in them.
International SAMBO Federation (FIAS) I belive that is the link to the main (or only) international federation for them. I havent looked into what orgs, but that should at least open the door to skim.
Addendum: I really wish some places would look after their websites, looking for things is hard enough without dead links etc or renamed clubs not being re registered.
Addendum 2: I think the only two things they have in common are, the region they are made in and the founders of them both being arrested in the USSR.
Theoretically, no. At least not in competitions (unless that's changed in the past few years). However, my school taught chokes. It was a combat sambo school primarily, but even the people that I talked to that learned sport sambo still learned chokes, they just didn't really practice them since it's not too relevant to the sporting rules.not Judo, i asked if you trained it it. I want to know about sambo. Is there strangulations?
I only skimmed through the video. But from what I can tell a lot of it was spending time on the ground defending yourself against someone not on the ground. That's only a small part of it-the best way to describe it would be MMA with a heavier focus on grappling, and not shying away from leg locks.is this real Military sambo ?
This might be a result of a difference between civilian vs military combat sambo, I don't know. My above response is just based on my experience.I only skimmed through the video. But from what I can tell a lot of it was spending time on the ground defending yourself against someone not on the ground. That's only a small part of it-the best way to describe it would be MMA with a heavier focus on grappling, and not shying away from leg locks.