Krav Maga of Orange County is hosting 1.5 - hour Women's self-defense training program. This training will be held on December 19th, from 10:00 - 11:30 am. It will be held live online using the Zoom video conference platform.
The program is free for members and $45 for nonmembers.
The Krav Maga Women's Self Defense Program has been carefully developed with valuable input from law enforcement officials, criminal prosecutors, psychologists, physicians, and rape prevention counselors. This program deals specifically with how and where students are commonly attacked. Students are taught how to safely and effectively fend off an attacker with punches, elbows, knees, and kicks. More importantly, students learn how to defend themselves from worst case scenarios, i.e. when they are already in a choke, bear hug, or headlock whether standing up or on the ground.
During this difficult time when many of us are staying home in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Krav Maga of Orange County is making online training available using the Zoom video conference platform to provide this self-defense instruction
The program incorporates training methods to build student's fighting spirit and to train them how to respond both mentally and physically in a time of need, eliminating the danger of freezing, or shutting down in confrontations. Students receive hands on training in simulation based scenarios that may include attacks at ATMs, parking lots, etc.
In this program you will learn verbal and body language skills that can prevent an attack, as well as defenses against physical threats. To heighten the realism and adrenal response, in some seminars you might be practicing your self-defense techniques using full-contact against heavily padded assailants. During the seminar, these practical reactions to varying levels of modern threats will become ingrained into your psyche and become automatic reactions.
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