LEARNING SELF-DEFENSE IS ONE OF THE BEST THINGS YOU CAN DO FOR YOURSELF OR YOUR CHILD

TESTIMONIALS

Who We Are

Are you dying to know a little bit about our instructional staff? Well, here you go! Below you will see a brief bio on a few of our coaches and how they have become so awesome! Enjoy!

About Founder Coach Johnson

Coach Johnson has been involved in martial arts training for over 30 years.

His journey began with the art of Taekwondo, eventually earning a 4th Degree Black Belt. Shortly after beginning his training, he desired a more realistic avenue of training and began competing in full contact Kickboxing. His fascination of realistic training continued after seeing Mixed Martial Arts competitions (then call No-holds-barred) and hungered to further his education.

He began Judo and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in 1995 and began to share them with his students. Still committed to learning even more forms of realistic training, he was certified to teach Krav Maga in 2001 and has been a huge proponent of the Israeli System ever since.

In 2004, he went on to be a certified instructor in Muay Thai style Kickboxing under Kru Mark in San Diego. He began coaching MMA competitors in 2007 and relishes his role as a coach and instructor even more than as a participant.

He earned his first certification as a personal trainer in 1995 and began creating fitness programs using Kickboxing in 1997.

Whether it’s working with our little kids or teaching advanced techniques to our big kids (adults), they enjoy every minute of their experiences with our students. Come to see for yourself what makes our teaching staff so special.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR TAKING THE TIME TO TRAIN WITH US. I HOPE YOU WILL CONSIDER JOINING OUR FAMILY.

SINCERELY,

WHY CHOOSE US

No matter what your goals are, we can help you achieve them through our dynamic Krav Maga training.


Here are some examples of how the martial arts, and the styles that we teach in-particular,  

can help you or succeed at reaching your goals and thrive.


“Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway.”
                                  – Earl Nightingale

Confidence

Confidence Is simply feeling more comfortable in a given situation or activity. Our program teaches both children and adults how to feel more confident in their ability to defend themselves and their loved ones by utilizing the most realistic self-defense techniques. Give yourself or your child the gift of confidence by joining our program today.

Discipline

The definition of discipline is to make the right decision at the right time. Given multiple choices, it is not always easy to make those decisions. It takes practice on a daily basis to know which decision will get the best result. Most people call it Trial and Error, but what if you could avoid making the wrong decisions at the right time. Would that improve your life? Our program will teach you how/when to use what you learn in class effectively. 

Perseverance

Perseverance is simply pushing through a chore or activity, even when it gets hard. Teaching perseverance is not easy. It comes over time and lots and lots of discussion, hard work, and effort. Your body and mind get stronger with each class, taking more to push you to your limit. The more you train, the better you become. Setting goals is easy…achieving them is where it gets tough and we are here to help you achieve your goals.

Situational Awareness

What is it? How do I make mine better? Most of the adult population could use some improvement in this area. Situational awareness is being aware of your surroundings and what is happening within those surroundings. With our Real-Life Self-Defense training, we put our students through scenarios that are specific in order to improve upon this learned skill. 

Focus 

This is probably the biggest reason parents enroll their children in our program and it is a skill that we as adults could use some help with as well. With each and every class, we learn to focus on a specific activity while there are other activities happening around you. This improves not only our focus, but our situational awareness as well, giving us an improved skill set in work and life. 

Strength/Fitness 

When people think about strength, they usually envision someone very strong. Strength comes in many shapes and forms. It can be physical, as well as mental. In our Krav Maga training, we use the resistance of pads and bags to increase our muscle strength and density. This helps our students lose weight, gain muscle, and increase youur overall fitness level. 

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Is Krav Maga Aggressive & Violent?

To Defend Ourselves Against Violent People, We Must Train Aggressively. We Choose To Do It In A Safe Learning Environment.

                                                                             – Coach Johnson

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: “Does Martial Arts have a high risk of injury?”

With any form of exercise or sport, there is a risk of injury. Truth be told, we rarely see any injuries with our program. This is due in part to the fact that we take teaching very seriously. Our facility, although a Self-Defense academy primarily, puts the safety of our students first and foremost. We watch each and every class very carefully to reduce the risk of injury to our students.  

At the beginning of each class, our coaches go through a muscle-specific stretching routine to warm-up the muscles we are going to use during that class.

In short, although any sport or activity does have a risk of injury, we do our best to make sure our students learn, have fun and go home safe.

Q: “Can I start Martial Arts if I’m not in good shape?”

You don’t have to be in great shape to start our program. As a matter of fact, it is quite the contrary. Our classes are a great way to get in shape while learning a skill that could potentially save your life. What a great combination!

Q: “Is it true that Martial Arts is violent?”

Although there are some forms of martial arts that can be considered violent, our programs teach students how to survive a violent encounter. In order to do that, we have to teach some techniques in an aggressive way, but make no mistake; keeping our students safe is a top priority of ours.

We teach students how to be more aware of their surroundings and increase their situational awareness. This will help recognize a potentially bad situation and learn to remove yourself from it.

Learning this way will best prepare you for a hostile situation and equip you with the tools to keep you and your loved ones safe.

THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING OUR PROGRAM. WE LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH YOU!