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No matter your age, fitness level or gender, begin by learning proper fighting stance and movement. Punches, elbows, kicks and knees will be learned and implemented into your training. You will also learn to defend against punches, chokes, headlocks and wrist-grabs. Krav Maga is physically demanding and will help you develop a strong core, increased endurance, heightened flexibility and soaring confidence.

Requirements to progress to level II are posted in KMD Lobby. Your progress is completely dependent on your capabilities and interest. Train as hard and as safely as possible, 2-3 times per week for four months and you should expect to complete the Level I curriculum. At this point, you may qualify to test to proceed to Level II.


Straight Punches
Palm Heel Strikes

Hammerfist forward
Hammerfist to the side

Hammerfist down

360 Defenses 1-3

Elbows 1-3

Eye gouge

Wrist releases


Kick to groin
Kick to vertical target

Forward Knees with a grab


Back position and movement

Front kick (back position)

Round kick (back position)

Side position & movement

Round kick (side position)

Side kick (side position)

Front kick - Modified front kick (side position)

Choke Defenses

Choke from the front, arm up, in place 
Choke from the front, one hand pluck
Choke from the front with a push
Choke from the side
Choke from behind, arm up, in place

Choke from behind with a push

Headlock Defenses

Headlock From Behind


Level II provides you the platform to hone and perfect all that you have learned in the level I curriculum. Workouts and stress drills will increase in intensity and aggression. You will be learning additional punches, kicks, defenses with counter attacks, defenses against more chokes and headlocks and defenses against bear hugs. All the while, building on what you already know. A seamless integration.

Train as hard, and as safely as possible, averaging 3 classes a week for six months and you can expect to complete the Level II curriculum. At this point, you may qualify to test into Level III.


Bobbing and Weaving
Slipping Punches
Shadowboxing (Punches, Elbows, Kicks, Knees)


Hook Punch
Uppercut Punch
Focus Mitt Combinations (Punches and Elbows)


Front Kick – Defensive
Side Kick and Side Kick with Advance
Back Kick and Back Kick with Advance
Kick Combinations (Front, Round, Side, Back)
Uppercut Back Kick (Short)
Front Kick with Advance (Fighting and Neutral Stance)

Punch/Kick Combinations

Side Kick or Back Kick/Hammerfist

Punch Defenses

Inside Defense and Counter vs. Left Punch
Inside Defense and Counter vs. Right Punch (One and Two Counters)
Defense vs. Hook Punch (Extended)
Defense vs. Uppercut Punch
Outside Defenses (1 – 5)
360 Outside Defenses with Counterattack

Kick Defenses

Outside Stabbing Defense vs. Front Kick
Plucking Defense vs. Low/Medium Front Kick
Reflexive Defense vs. Front Kick to Groin
Defense vs. High Front Kick
Defense vs. Low Round Kick (Using Shin & Absorbing)
Defense vs. Front Kick (Redirect)

Fall Breaks

Fall Break – Back and Side

Choke Defenses

Choke Against the Wall From Front and Behind
Choke From Behind with Pull
Headlock From Behind – Bar Arm and Carotid


Bearhug From Front with Arms Free (with and w/out space)
Bearhug From Front with Arms Caught (with and w/out space)
Bearhug From Behind with Arms Free (Space)
Bearhug From Behind with Arms Caught (with and w/out space)


Mounted, Defense vs. Punches (Buck)
Mounted, Trap and Roll
Choke While Mounted
Headlock or Close Choke While Mounted
Ground-Fighting: Escape From Guard (Elbows)
Ground-Fighting: Kick Off From Guard

Wrist Releases

Two Attackers – Each Pulling Defender’s Arms to Side
Three Attackers – Two Pulling Defender’s Arms to Side and One Approaching


Continue to build upon the basics. Implement all of your knowledge at an elevated level of combatives and defenses against more complex, real-world assaults. Continued striking, striking defense and self-defense, weapon defenses will be introduced. Time to level the playing field against guns, knives and sticks. Sticks and stones may break your bones but you know Krav Maga.

You may be eligible for testing after nine months of training. At an average of three classes per week. Train hard. Train safe.


Headbutt Forward and Upward
Headbutt Side and Back (Bearhug context)


Defensive Back Kick with a Spin
Offensive Back Kick (with and w/out Spin)
Heel Kick
Inside Slap Kick
Outside Slap Kick

Punch Defenses

Inside Defense vs. Left/Right
Inside Defense vs. Left/Right (Lean Back and Trap)
Inside Defense vs. Left/Right (Using Forward Hand)
Outside Defense and Counter vs. Right (Punching Defense)

Kick Defenses

Kick Defense vs. Front Kick (Side Step and Counter)
Kick Defense vs. Front Kick (Switch Kick)
Kick Defense vs. High Round Kick (Reflexive)
Kick Defense vs. High Round Kick (Fighting Stance – Two and Three Contact Points)
Kick Defense vs. High Round Kick (360 Defense – Defense #3 and #4)

Fall Breaks

High Fall Break (Back, Side)
Roll, Forward (Regular, High, Diving)
Forward Roll/Back Fall Break
Forward Roll/Backward Roll
Roll, Side
Side Roll/Fall Break


Sweep, Forward Kick
Sweep, Heel Kick


Reverse Headlock (Standing)
Hair-grabs Hair-grab – Front
Hair-grab – Side (Impending Knee)
Hair-grab – Side (No Knee)
Hair-grab – Behind or Opposite Side


Bearhug from Behind – Leverage on Finger
Bearhug, Lifting – Behind and Front


Choke from the Side
Headlock from the Side (Basic Position)
Headlock from the Side (Weight Forward, Leg Wrap)
Headlock from the Side (Weight Forward, With Space)
Headlock from the Side (Weight Back: Shoulder Pull or Leg Sweep)
Headlock from Behind
Arm Bar
Guard Escape (Ankle Lock)
Guard Escape (Stacking)

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