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Krav Maga Self Defense Training


DATE: Nov. 17

TIME: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.

LOCATION: Pecos Building, Room 260


Presenter: Facilitators from the University Police Department

Krav Maga is Hebrew for “Contact Combat” and is a form of self-defense founded by Imrich (Imi) Lichtenfeld originally for the benefit of the Israel Defense Forces. This self-defense system focuses on sharpening natural instincts and applying them to life-like training scenarios. The U.S Military has utilized Krav Maga to train soldiers in a new form of close-quarters hand-to-hand combat. Law enforcement uses Krav Maga as a threat-neutralizer. Civilians learn Krav Maga for optimal self-defense and conditioning.

Texas State Krav Maga will include a lecture portion to enhance awareness of the individual’s surroundings and the ability to avoid escalations and dangerous states of social interaction. Also included is the physical knowledge that comes with the Krav Maga technique, such as strikes, kicks, fighting from ground, and other forms of defensive action.

This workshop is open to any Texas State faculty or staff who would like to improve his/her basic self-defense. Safety is an ever increasing necessity for individuals to learn, and this workshop provides a free and easy method for learning more efficient ways to protect yourself.

Please wear athletic clothing and tennis or cross-training shoes. Please do not wear jewelry to the course. This course will be physically challenging and extremely fun. Male participants should wear some type of groin protection if at all possible.

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Registration is limited to the first 20 participants.

How to Register:

  1. Sign in to your SAP Portal
  2. Click on the Training and Development tab
  3. Locate this workshop in the Course Catalog under Personal Effectiveness.

Registration opens approximately 3 weeks prior and closes 1 week prior.

If you require special accommodations to participate, please call 5.7899 at least 72 hours prior to the event.

"Loved the instructors! I learned so much and couldn't think of a better way to spend a Friday afternoon."