Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents, which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant. Horace
As gyms, martial arts dojos, and self-defense studios begin opening their doors they are faced with many challenges to protect their clients and their employees.
Of course, every facility needs to sanitize even more often and more thoroughly than pre-pandemic times. A core challenge is maintaining social distance in a combat activity such as a martial arts or self-defense training facility. Among these is Krav Maga translated as contact or touch fighting.
Thankfully, Krav Maga is adaptable and there are many ways to train while maintaining social distance and avoid direct contact. Direct contact training is the best but during these times that is not a safe option.
Thankfully Krav Maga adapts.
Here are 8 ways to train Krav Maga in the COVID-19 era.
These are challenging times and we want to be active and Krav Maga practitioners want to train.
Innovate and train.
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