Krav Maga Beginner (White Belts)
In the Beginner class, students will learn the foundations of Krav Maga self defense and hand-to-hand combat techniques. These simple, but powerful, movements are designed to work in a variety of common street attack situations.
Classes will cover any combination of the techniques below:
- Krav Maga’s fighting stance and movement
- Various punches
- Kicks from a standing position as well as on the ground
- Defenses against punches, chokes, headlocks and wrist grabs
This class is an exciting and fast-paced class designed to prepare both the body and mind against violent attacks, utilizing stress drills designed to mimic real-life situations.
Students who train an average of two to three times per week should expect to complete the curriculum in 4-6 months before testing up to a Yellow Belt and taking Krav Maga Intermediate classes.
*ALL NEW MEMBERS START IN THIS CLASS!
Krav Maga Intermediate (Yellow and Orange Belts)
Krav Maga Intermediate involves training under increased levels of intensity and higher risk situations.
Students apply the basic principles learned in Krav Maga Beginners, along with more advanced skills and techniques. They’ll practice additional punches and kicks, combining defenses with counterattacks, and kick defenses, along with Jiu-Jitsu ground fighting.
Intermediate classes will also include defenses against various chokes, headlocks, and bear hugs in more intense simulated street attacks.
Students learn how to use their body as a weapon while adapting to more stressful confrontations, like multiple attackers, being attacked while laying down, and more.
Krav Maga Intermediate also introduces students to basic weapons defenses.
Krav Maga Advanced (Green, Blue, Brown & Black Belts)
Advanced classes include the beginner and intermediate curricula, and introduces students to more advanced striking techniques. More time will be spent on wrestling and weapons defenses, including defense against guns, knives, and blunt objects.
This advanced class also instructs students on third-party protection, multiple attacker scenarios, and use of improvised weapons.
Students will continue to train on strikes, defenses against strikes, and advanced self defense scenarios, to keep even their basic skills sharp.