The class schedule follows a rotating modular format. Six modules covering the key self defence elements of Krav Maga – edged weapons, ground defence, combative defence, grabs and holds, combatives and other defences. Killer conditioning, grapple-strike and sparring practice also compliment the system.
Defences against attacks with edged weapons, such as knives, screwdrivers or broken bottles.
Defences against attacks from strikes. This includes defences to kicks, punches and other common strikes at long medium and close range
Striking practice and striking combinations. Punches, kicks, elbows, knees etc. All practiced at the relevant range and in a self-defence context.
Grabs and Holds
Defences against grabs, holds or attempts to move. This includes defences to chokes, strangles and headlocks.
Defences against attacks whilst on the ground. This includes defences when both the attacker and defender are on the ground, or when the defender is on the ground and the attacker is standing.
This includes defences to other weapons such as baseball bats and hand guns. Also scenario based drills against multiple attackers, seated defences and other scenarios.