Our intro class is $20. During the intro you will learn how to stand, how to punch, kick, knee, and get out of a choke. After the intro you join the rest of the class so you get the full experience. After class we sit and talk about whether you liked it. If you didn’t, you just pay the $20, and you’re good to go. If you loved it, we waive the $20 and go right into the sign-up fee and the tuition. Tuition depends on many factors that are easier to describe in person.
A sign-up fee is required to lock your rate. When our rates go up, your rate will stay the same for life. That is why we have people who have been training with us for 10 years who still pay the rate they started with, and because we have a lot of military members who can be deployed at different times. If they need to cancel their account for that time, they pay the same when they come back, even if our rates went up.
Absolutely. The more people in your immediate household you sign up, the better value you get!
Yes, we offer a discount for military, Law Enforcement, Firefighters, and EMT members.
With the tuition you pay, you can attend as many classes as you want! There is no limit. As long as the class is offered, you can attend. Even if you have a family plan, all members of your family can attend unlimited classes during the week/month.
With the Krav Maga program, you have access to the fitness program which includes boxing, kettlebells and Krav Fit. If you choose only the fitness package, then your rate will increase for adding the Krav Maga classes. The tactical gun class is also separate.
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Krav Maga is not a martial art. Krav Maga is a system of self-defense that uses your natural flinch response to an attack and turns it into an effective defense. After that, the combatives utilize gross motor skills. The difference is that martial arts have many rules, such as no strikes below the belt, strike from the seams forward, no hitting the groin, etc. Krav Maga is a system that you use in a life or death situation. When it comes to saving your life, there are no rules. You should go for the eyes, groin, and throat. We use elbows, knees, headbutts, hair pulls, and foot stomps.
Yes, it is violent, but we are very careful when we are training. Besides showing you how to defend, we also show you how to attack. These two go hand in hand, and we use shields and pads to practice so that we are as safe as possible. Yes, it seems violent to think of poking someone’s eye out… but if they were about to kidnap and torture your child, wouldn’t you do it? What would you do to protect your loved ones? The bad guy does not care about your family. Why should you care about him?