About Krav Maga
Krav Maga classes ranging from beginner through expert level are offered 7 days a week. We encourage you to learn more about Krav Maga.
Unlike perhaps other traditional forms of martial arts, Krav Maga is more martial than art. Its literal meaning is “contact-combat”, and it’s renowned worldwide for its modern day approach to common attacks.
Originally developed by Imi Lichtenfield in the 1940’s for the Israeli Defense Forces, it incorporates a variety of simple, realistic techniques and strikes with modern training drills.
Unlike Mixed Martial Arts, boxing, wrestling, BJJ, or other forms of competition where there are rules, Krav Maga was designed for the streets, where rules don’t apply and losing is not an option.
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What is Krav Maga?
One of the most sought after methods for self-defense, Krav Maga training teaches practitioners how best to neutralize attacks and escape unharmed.
The system is characterized by simple, instinctive responses against common attacks. The defenses are easy to learn, easy to retain, and can be replicated under stress.
Krav Maga classes provide answers to the intimidating and otherwise unknown nature of interpersonal violence.
Though students are reminded to avoid confrontations whenever possible, Krav Maga training teaches practitioners how to finishing a self defense encounter as quickly as possible.
Moreover, training helps students develop situational awareness to identify potential threats as well as the skillsets necessary to know when and how to use force.
About Krav Maga Classes
Krav Maga classes offer a continuous learning experience, a place to gain knowledge of self-defense techniques that can tremendously aid a person when a situation is threatening or dangerous.
Krav Maga a codified, belted system, but the distribution and accumulation of belts is not the primary goal. Belt levels simply help students better identify the system’s progression.
We don’t wear uniforms or belts during Krav Maga classes, but we teach a well-defined, progressive curriculum. You’ll find the class progression cycle below.
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Krav Maga Progression Cycle
Krav Maga is a codified, belted system, but the distribution and accumulation of belts is not the primary goal. Belt levels simply help students better identify the system’s progression.We don’t wear uniforms or belts during Krav Maga classes, but we teach a well-defined, progressive curriculum. Here is how the belt progression works: