Reasons to start Training
"A hero is an ordinary individual who finds strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles"
Starting at age 4, students will learn exercises that combine fitness, strength, flexibility and coordination.
Basic trainings: posture, self-control, understanding when to use combat contact.
Training that develops attention and concentration among children.
At this early stage, children can learn the values of mutual respect and patience.
The children move up the ladder by passing small exams called "exam-to-stripe." The exam consists of self-defense techniques
Assuming the students present the exercises at the required level, they receive a belt, After the students master the exercises required at each level, they receive a belt for the next level.
Exercises that combine self-defense techniques, physical fitness exercises, strength exercises, station training, work on combat exercises, simulations and even exercises from the world of boxing.
Although the training program is determined by the Krav Maga syllabus, the advanced students training combines a variety of techniques of combat exercises, defense against attacks, a variety of important self-defense exercises such as suffocating releases and collisions, defenses against knife stabbing and stick attack.
For more experienced students, emphasis is placed on aggressiveness, agility and quick response. Less experienced students who progress in the ranks progress at a certain pace, with a minimum period of time between the ranks.