No experience is required. Also, you will get in shape progressively in the class. You are free to push yourself as much as you want; people work according to their own limits.
This is difficult to answer considering the diverse range of martial arts. In brief, we keep the “martial” and take out the “art.” Krav Maga has only one concern: to teach you how to survive violence in any way possible. Some martial arts do not address random attacks, modern weapons, and multiple opponents. We strive to prepare you for real-life situations.
Mixed Martial Artists are among the most skilled fighters in the world. The main distinction is that these fighters are in a relatively controlled environment where they fight:
Our techniques are simple and based on natural reactions so students learn how to defend themselves in a relatively short period of time. Of course, your progress mainly depends on you. (i.e. how many classes you attend)
Yes. Krav Maga train women how to survive assaults by bigger and stronger opponents. We also teach rape prevention and anti-abduction techniques.
At first, you only need comfortable pants, a t-shirt and indoor shoes (runners). During your second month, you will need black pants (any kind) and a Kravolution-shirt that you will purchase from your instructor.
Yes, groin protection (i.e. athletic support/ cup) and indoor running shoes are required. Later, you will need shin guards.