A Wild Genesis Appears!

Lions Krav Maga welcomes Genesis to our team! Starting September 1st, Genesis will be taking over as Lead Instructor of our Kids & Youth Division classes! Gen moved to Austin 5 years ago, and she already has over 5 years of experience working with children under her belt! She is[…]

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Oh hey! Look! It’s Jessica! Hi, Jessica!!

Jessica was hired in March 2021 as a member of the Administration team and is excited to learn Krav Maga and become part of the Lions Family! Fun Facts! Jessica definitely believes in ghosts. There are probably some good stories in there to back that up.  She obsessively listens to[…]

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Krav Junior Lions Krav Maga Routines

Routines – Shifting Into A New Normal

The recent closures of schools and businesses are widespread and have led to major disruptions in the daily routines of families. Children are trying to adjust to doing school at home, and parents are now trying to balance their new work-from-home life with a new role – teacher to their children. To cope, it’s important for families to implement daily routines that incorporate school and work along with family time and hobbies.

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Krav Junior Lions Krav Maga Parent Support

How Parental Involvement Increases Child Success

Parents are the child’s first teacher. They are the foundational element to their child’s success in everything. The enthusiasm and support, or lack thereof, that a parent expresses can make or break a child’s experience and/or accomplishments. Because Krav Junior is a child development program as well as a self[…]

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Endorphins! The Key to Effort & Focus in Children and Teens

Endorphins are natural chemicals produced in the body to reduce pain and boost happiness. These “feel-good” chemicals cause a state of euphoria, and are released during exercise or boosted through laughter or excitement. In recent years, we have been seeing more research on how endorphins contribute to learning, and as a result, physical activity is now considered essential to brain development. All the research boils down to one basic principle: when we feel good, we learn better!

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Jason Robbins Lions Krav Maga Badass of the month

November Badass of the Month – Jason Robbins

“I’m very much an introvert,” said Jason Robbins, November’s Badass of the Month. In fact, despite what you may see in class when training with him, Jason says this whole contact combat thing is totally outside of his typical wheelhouse — the football he played in junior high notwithstanding.  When[…]

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What is the OODA Loop?

The goal is to interrupt the attacker’s OODA loop as often as possible, forcing them to constantly re-observe and reorient themselves, all while you can take the actions you need to in order to escape safely.

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