Teen Krav Maga
The Teen Krav Maga is a very practical self defense system taught to teens (12-16 years old). There is no experience necessary. The classes are fun, challenging and they are taught very practical self defense. The classes are co-ed and a very friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Krav Maga which translates to “contact combat” is a no nonsense, practical approach to self defense. It is the official hand to hand combat system of the Israeli Defense Forces and has been embraced by military and law enforcement throughout the world.
Krav Maga (pronounced “Krahv Magah” and means “Contact Combat” in Hebrew) is the official self defense and fighting system used by the Israeli Defense Forces (I.D.F.), Israeli Police and Security Services, and numerous law enforcement agencies in North America. Since1964, Krav Maga has been taught to civilians and law enforcement all over the world as well.This unique training method has been recognized as the most efficient self defense system for real-life situations, emphasizing practical defenses against real attacks. It has been taught to hundreds of U.S. law enforcement agencies and thousands of civilians. Krav Maga is a simple, effective self defense system emphasizing instinctive movements, practical techniques and realistic training scenarios. Plus, because it’s based on a person’s natural reactions, it is easy to learn. You can become proficient in months rather than years.
Krav Maga incorporates fitness, self defense and fighting like no other system. Krav Maga’s top-rated fitness classes compliment training by toning muscles and dramatically improving strength and stamina. Krav Maga’s self defense classes are a total-body workout that combines kicking, punching, street fighting, ground fighting, and defenses against weapons, getting students into prime physical shape. The total-body workout benefits of the Krav Maga self defense and fitness system have been featured in publications such as Shape, Men’s Fitness, USA Today, US, and SELF, as well as television from CNN and Extra to The Today Show.
Adult Krav Maga