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Accept Your Limitations and Go Beyond Them

May. 12, 2020 by

Once we accept our limits we go beyond them. Albert Einstein Self-defense training will highlight your abilities and limitations- physically, mentally, and emotionally. You will feel inspired as you learn life-saving skills but frustrated when you struggle with certain techniques and

A Promise Every Krav Maga Class Should Keep

Apr. 1, 2020 by

Krav Maga training offers many benefits including improved confidence, better fitness, social interaction and, of course, self-defense skills. A Krav Maga class, however, is not successful unless it fulfills one promise: All students have improved their ability to protect themselves in

5 Ways Get More From Your Self Defense Training

Jul. 10, 2019 by

As a student, you want maximum benefits from your self-defense training. Like many people you want a sense of progress, and, of course, the confidence that you could protect yourself when it counts. Krav Maga is an easy-to-learn system but

Partner Training and Realism in Practice. The Vital Role of the Attacker

Jul. 3, 2019 by

As Krav Maga instructors we strive to educate students about how real assaults can take place. This includes: • Describing situations, e.g. when and how assaults take place. • The psychology and tactics of the attacker – What is he

Stress Training: An Essential Part of Your Krav Maga Training

Jun. 11, 2019 by

“The critical element is to overcome the shock and surprise so that you can act, to “beat the freeze.” The ideal is to prevent the situation.” -Rory Miller, Meditations on Violence At the end of our classes, we engage in

Asking What If? Krav Maga Training and Thinking “Outside of the Box”

Feb. 24, 2019 by

Many of the most welcome questions from Krav Maga students begin with “What if..?” What if they don’t let go of my wrist? What if I am sitting down instead of standing? What if I am in a small space and can’t

Krav Maga and “Timeline”.

Oct. 19, 2018 by

An oft-repeated term we use in Krav Maga is “Timeline.”  In most cases, a timeline refers to the distance of the assailant.  This distance has an integral role in how we defend ourselves. There is a significant difference, for example,

What does a Krav Maga class look like?

Apr. 22, 2018 by

When people inquire about our self-defence classes they often ask “what does a class look like?” By way of a general answer, we describe classes(e.g. 1 hour) as divided into three parts. 1. Warm up To warm up your muscles

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