Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for 5 kickboxing or krav maga classes ($100 value)
- $39 for 10 kickboxing or krav maga classes ($200 value)
In krav maga classes, students learn the preferred self-defense system of military and law enforcement. Krav maga teaches immediate responses to violent threats, such as choke-holds, bear hugs, and guns and knives, in addition to lessons in how to handle the stress of sudden threats. Kickboxing classes combine combat techniques and fitness training for all levels. Exercises using kicks, punches, knees, and elbows instill kickboxing technique while burning calories. Students must bring 12- or 16-ounce boxing gloves to kickboxing classes.
360 Krav Maga
Alan Predolin, chief instructor of 360 Krav Maga, doesn't pull any punches, unless he's clipping knees, poking throats, and disabling solar plexuses. Already trained in the martial arts by the age of 7, Alan first got a thirst for reality-based, applicable combat techniques when he was a teenage member of the Guardian Angels. While most kids his age were fighting pimples, Alan was fighting gang members and drug dealers in Hell's Kitchen and the South Bronx. When he was 21, the Italian Army sent Alan to Israel, where he discovered the self-defense art of krav maga and spent his years mastering and sharing its effective techniques.
Years later, Alan has become the guy that local and federal law-enforcement and military units flock to for teaching their recruits the art of quick self-defense. At the 360 Krav Maga schools—the only schools in Tustin, Long Beach, Los Angeles, and Orange County to be certified by Krav Maga Global of Israel—Alan's team of certified instructors instill students with the smarts to disarm and disable any viable threat at instinct speed. For those looking for a muscle-sculpting, fat-burning workouts with less eye-poking, 360 Krav Maga's instructors also specialize in intensive kickboxing classes that merge fitness and combat training.