Lions Krav Maga Community Workout for a Cause Thanksgiving Gobble Gobble

Community Workout for a Cause

We believe that when we come together as a community, to can make a real difference for those who were hit the hardest by this pandemic. So let’s have some fun & burn some calories all while raising some much needed funds for Austin’s Foundation for the Homeless!

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Lions Krav Maga Self Defense for Civil Disobedience

Self Defense for Civil Unrest

We are in the midst of what is potentially the most contentious election in the history of our nation at a time when stress is already at an all-time high. Regardless of the results of the election, there will likely be civil unrest in the short term. This seminar was[…]

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Soft Reopening Safety Protocols

We are happy to be able to provide a space for those who wish to continue training in-person. If you do not feel comfortable with returning to in-person training yet, that’s okay too! We are happy to continue providing training in multiple formats to suit all of our students’ needs.

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Tentative Soft Reopening May 18

OVERVIEW Soft reopening May 18 (tentative) for adult classes only 3 in-person classes per week at limited capacity & with safety protocols in place Virtual training will continue via Facebook Live and Zoom New virtual grading process will begin next week As of today, Lions Krav Maga is planning to[…]

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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior The Benefits of Virtual Training

The Benefits of Virtual Krav Maga Training

Although not new, virtual learning has increasingly become a more widely used approach, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly everyone has been directed to stay at home, which upended everyone’s day-to-day routines [JS1]. With limited access to activities, children are filled with an overabundance of pent up energy. The need for supportive, online resources is essential for parents and children. This is why engaging in Krav Junior virtual self defense training is so beneficial.

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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior Fostering Self Actualization

Fostering Self Actualization in Children

The Krav Junior program was founded on research-based principles of child development and psychology. One of these principles is that not all individuals are the same, and that there is no cookie-cutter approach to helping children become the best version of themselves. What we must do is educate ourselves on what to expect from them at different ages so that we can use that knowledge as a guideline to help foster children’s growth.

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Lions Krav Maga Krav Junior Age Specific Training

Age-Specific Curriculum – What It Really Means

Many martial arts schools define their “age-specific” classes as children being divided up into classes by their age. While this is an important start, the actual curriculum being taught and the way it is taught is the same to all age groups across the board in most of these programs. That is like teaching math the same way to a 5-year-old as you do to a 10-year-old. Doing this creates frustration for the student and the instructor. Any education, including physical education, ought to be done according to the child’s age and stage of development.

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