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December 2017

Food Drive Seminar!

2017-12-04T22:37:56+00:00

This Saturday December 9th @ 9 AM. This is a great opportunity to not only try our Krav Maga classes for free but also give back to the community. All friends and family are welcome! The admission to get into the seminar is a simple donation of a non-perishable food item. We hope to see [...]

Food Drive Seminar!2017-12-04T22:37:56+00:00

June 2017

Why Train in Krav Maga

2017-06-09T23:44:14+00:00

Why Train Krav Maga The basic principle of Krav Maga is inflicting maximum damage to the opponent(s) in order to end the fight as quickly as possible. Brutal counter-attacks using your most effective tool (knees, elbows, weapons, etc.) to target your opponent’s weakest area (neck, throat, eyes, knees, ribs, solar plexus, groin, etc.) are the [...]

Why Train in Krav Maga2017-06-09T23:44:14+00:00

May 2017

Park Training

2017-05-19T12:01:03+00:00

Keep your hand wraps ready! It is time to train. Park Training Park Training is here.  We are going to be taking to the hills and training outdoors this next week. Our new location is almost ready, we are just waiting for the final paperwork to come through from the city.  We have been up [...]

Park Training2017-05-19T12:01:03+00:00

April 2017

GUN DISARMS AND GRABBING THE SLIDE

2017-04-12T00:50:17+00:00

The go-to principle of doing gun disarms in Krav Maga is Redirect, Control, Attack, and Take Away. You’ll see it referred to by its acronym, RCAT, in our classes. Many gun disarms that we teach at Krav Maga Reborn in our higher level classes involve grabbing the handgun and redirecting it as the gun most [...]

GUN DISARMS AND GRABBING THE SLIDE2017-04-12T00:50:17+00:00

SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN

2017-04-12T00:39:33+00:00

There are a lot of interesting ideas floating around regarding women and self defense. Many classes or seminars specializing in self defense for women will spend time going over situational awareness, conflict deescalation, and other soft skills which is a good thing. Situational awareness is useful in helping one avoid a bad situation to begin [...]

SELF DEFENSE FOR WOMEN2017-04-12T00:39:33+00:00