Asking questions and examining systems isn't a threat. Its a good thing.

Krav is a great system.

However its become so popular in the U.S. that its placing huge demands on schools. Ultimately those demands may not be a bad thing.

But the massive growth in popularity during my time there made them more evident as time went on.

There aren't enough teachers to go around. So an alternative track was created unlike other systems to quickly train teachers.

The question is whether or not rapid rigorous training of teachers is a replacement for experience in the system?