The Power of Your Voice
How to Fit in a Lunchtime Krav Class
In Krav Maga training, students usually place the importance on their physical ability to defend themselves. In a previous blog, I explained that I would rather place my trust in my punches and kicks than in an external tool, such as pepper spray or a sharp keychain. My strikes are a part of me, just like my limbs are a part of me, and I trust them more than I trust a set of keys.
While physical training is vital, it is not complete by itself. When we train, something else happens in addition to learning how to physically fight back – we find our voice again.
“This Empowerment Will Stay with Me Forever”
You’re looking at your week ahead. Work is crazy. Nights are slammed. So how do you fit in your weekly dose of Krav Maga? Below is your ultimate guide to cramming in a solid dose of Krav Maga classes while still crushing it at your full-time job.
Conquering Kilimanjaro: A Sit Down with KMMD’s Jeff Mount
To recognize Sexual Assault Awareness month, Krav Maga Maryland recently hosted a women’s self-defense seminar at our Columbia location in April, with 50% of the profits benefitting Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center. We had plenty of strong women show up, eager to learn self-defense and personal safety strategies that are easy to learn, practical, and useful in any situation.
Expecations vs. Reality: Your First Month at Krav Maga Maryland
In case you haven’t heard, Krav Maga Maryland’s own Director of Operations, Jeff Mount, recently took on a challenge many people only dream of doing: He climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro. While obviously physically arduous, it was much more than that to Jeff. Here’s what he had to say about his journey, as it relates to Krav Maga, personal goals, and life in general.
Training Into the Unthinkable
For someone who has never tried Krav Maga, it can seem intimidating at first – we get that. If you do a quick Google search for Krav Maga, you’ll probably find videos of fit men and women doing what look to be advanced moves, punches, throws, and just looking all-around scary. But that’s not the full story.
“Breaking News: Mass Shooting.” It’s becoming an all too familiar headline. Whether it’s at a school, an office building, or a mall, it can feel like nowhere is safe. In addition to the obvious and immediate fear of personal safety, there’s a deeper fear that stays with you beyond the headline… the fear of the unknown. “What if” it happens when I’m at the movies with my family? “What if” that happened at my child’s school? “What if” that happened at my workplace?