Aside from climbing out of rattlesnake-infested quicksand or posing for rattlesnake-infested watercolor portraits, few activities combine the focus and physicality seen in Krav Maga training. Give fist-paintings a little martial artistry with today’s Groupon with today’s Groupon to Krav Maga Novi in Wixom. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get 5 krav maga classes (up to a $140 value)
- For $55, you get 10 krav maga classes (up to a $280 value)<p>
Krav Magra Novi’s patient instructors boast rigorous training under Los Angeles’s senior krav maga instructors, enabling them to ensure students absorb self-defense tactics with proper form and skill. The studio fills its schedule with physically intensive classes for all ages and skill levels alongside self-defense programs that introduce krav maga fundamentals or build on students’ existing knowledge. Beginners start up with safe, structured classes, while more advanced students hone their grappling techniques, identity-theft protection, self-defense skills against multiple attackers. Instructors, intent on tailoring the instruction to student experience, stage assorted sessions for adults by skill level and for children ages 7–11. Krav Fitness and Kickboxing classes allow attendees to follow at their own pace as the fitness mavens conduct an operatic regimen of whistling jabs and synchronized jukes intended to burn calories while strengthening the body from bow to stern.
Split across two tiers, Krav Maga Novi’s gym space boasts 2,500 square feet of padded flooring on its lower level as well as an array of suspended punching and speed bags on the upper level, which patrons can adorn with pictures of their most reviled supervillain.
Though Krav Maga Novi sometimes features a discounted price online, today’s Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Krav Maga Novi
Krav Maga Novi’s instructors help their students to master the krav maga fighting style in their fitness studio, but the techniques were not designed for studio combat. They are intended for street fights—more specifically, self-defense. Krav maga’s originator, Imi Lichtenfeld, was a champion wrestler and boxer, but he realized during World War II that traditional fighting styles were inadequate in unofficiated, real-world conflicts. And so he developed krav maga, which is now the official self-defense system of the Israeli armed forces. At Krav Maga Novi, however, instructors teach the style to civilians, from its basic headlocks and punches to techniques for defeating multiple attackers without first convincing them to form a conga line. Classes at the studio can also focus on specialty areas, such as ground fighting, kickboxing, and defeating opponents armed with sticks, knives, and other weapons.
48909 West Rd.
Wixom, Michigan 48393