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krav maga for teen (AGE 13 & UP)
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KM teens is a martial arts program where we effectively put a mixture of high energy, self defense and a great workout together to form an exciting class for our teens. With a specific Krav Maga curriculum geared for their age range and interests the teens Krav Maga class.
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Krav Maga is a real world martial arts system that was developed in Hungary and Israel by founder Imi Sde-Or, as a direct response to dealing with fascist anti-Semitic violence. Protege Eyal Yanilov, is the Head Instructor for Krav Maga Global and KMG - USA, and has further organized and systemized Krav Maga over the last 30 years.
Krav Maga is a practical and tactical system aimed at training how to neutralize threat and protect through self-defense, as well as how to acquire fighting skills when an offensive strategy is required.
In Hebrew, Krav means 'combat' and Maga means 'contact'. Krav Maga is the ultimate combat training system in the world, offering the quickest and most efficient counter-attacks.
Easy to learn with logical progression; natural and intuitive to perform, practical to employ under stressful situations; and encouraging a tactical and technical approach to self-defense and combat. The key to Krav Maga is the teaching process, methodology, and training style
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The material includes solutions to conflicts or violent situations that are most typical for each age group. They learn how to avoid or prevent these events , but in cases where the aggressor engages in physical contact they learn how to protect themselves from slaps, punches, kicks, shirt grabbing, neck grabbing, choking, attempts to throw to the ground and how to deal with the situation if thrown to the ground. teens also learn important skills such as break-falling and rolling that will assist them to get away unharmed from falls in different situations whether static (standing) or in motion (walking, running, skates, cycling, etc.).
Another important aspect for teens is dealing with situations in which they might be attacked by adults (criminal assault or sexual abuse). Training the teens to recognize possible danger situations, what is the best way to avoid them and if need be, how to protect themselves in the event of physical contact. Self-defense in these cases is based on using the element of surprise combined with a strong and accurate blow to a vulnerable body part, making an escape, ask for help and report to their parents about the incident.
334 E. Army Trail rd., Glendale heights, il 60139 tel: (847) 834-5227