10 or 20 Krav Maga, Yoga, or Strike Lab Classes at Crucible Krav Maga (Up to 81% Off)

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Learn practical self-defense moves, or enhance your fighter’s physique with specialized yoga classes

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Expires Feb 6th, 2013. Limit 1 per person. May buy 1 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Not valid for Kids Karate classes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for 10 krav maga, Flex Lab yoga, or Strike Lab classes (a $100 value)
  • $39 for 20 krav maga, Flex Lab yoga, or Strike Lab classes (a $200 value)

Created for the Israeli Defense Forces, krav maga couples instinctual movements with wrestling, grappling, and striking maneuvers, creating a cocktail of offensive and defensive responses to real-world threats. Strike Lab courses include the punches and kicks taught in krav maga, utilizing them not only as combat training but also as cardiovascular conditioning. Trainers strip down the asana practiced in Flex Lab yoga to essential movements that improve fighting capability by strengthening the core and increasing limb flexibility.

Crucible Krav Maga

Chief instructor Mike Coffin first experienced life inside the ring at age 16, when the practice of tae kwon do led him to the art of boxing and kickboxing. At 18, his combative repertoire broadened to included wrestling and ground-fighting styles, but his collection of skills felt incomplete until he was introduced to krav maga in 2006 at the world's most brutal speed-dating event. The real-world foundations of the style—developed for use by the Israeli military—drew him in, and in four short years he achieved the rank of a Graduate 3 instructor.

Now, with the aid of five other teachers, Mike imparts no-nonsense self-defense principles to eager students at his personal studio, Crucible Krav Maga. Team members continue to train themselves rigorously to pick up new moves in the ever-evolving martial art, echoing Mike’s belief that the best way to help students is for instructors to become better fighters themselves.

Crucible Krav Maga

Chief instructor Mike Coffin first experienced life inside the ring at age 16, when the practice of tae kwon do led him to the art of boxing and kickboxing. At 18, his combative repertoire broadened to included wrestling and ground-fighting styles, but his collection of skills felt incomplete until he was introduced to krav maga in 2006 at the world's most brutal speed-dating event. The real-world foundations of the style—developed for use by the Israeli military—drew him in, and in four short years he achieved the rank of a Graduate 3 instructor.

Now, with the aid of five other teachers, Mike imparts no-nonsense self-defense principles to eager students at his personal studio, Crucible Krav Maga. Team members continue to train themselves rigorously to pick up new moves in the ever-evolving martial art, echoing Mike’s belief that the best way to help students is for instructors to become better fighters themselves.

For those who have team spirit and enjoy athletic competition