Krav Maga for Women

Krav Maga has been developed to meet the specific needs and requirements of each type of individual. Krav Maga for women is characterized by its effectiveness. Size, strength and power are important realities in self-defense training. Most women will be confronted by threats who have a physical advantage in these 3 areas.KMG - Women Krav Maga

Krav Maga is an effective response to potential –or active- violence even when the attacker has this physical advantage. 

 

Techniques and Tactics in Krav Maga for Women

When training women, one has to take into account a woman’s ability to improve and excel despite her own common misconception of her ability to fight and face physical challenges that require strength or aggressiveness.

KMG ‘s training methods for women are based on years of experience, as well as numerous real-life situations in which women found our system to be the most effective. Our Krav Maga for women system provides excellent self-defense skills, producing the highest rate of defense successes in facing various types of attacks. In addition to the technical and tactical training required to gain Krav Maga skills, it is also needed that women acquire the appropriate mental capabilities to support their physical readiness to fight. This includes developing an attitude that allows for determination, persistence and aggression to become a part of the woman’s natural state of mind whenever needed.

 

Why Should Women Train Krav Maga?

Physical Health 

As with many types of physical training, Krav Maga will have a positive effect on overall fitness levels. The difference between Krav Maga and traditional workouts? You will never get bored. You can build:

  • Strength
  • Endurance
  • Stamina
  • Power
  • Core strength & toning
  • Improved coordination & balance

Krav Maga For women

Physical Self Defence

KMG ‘s krav maga for women training methods are based on years of experience, as well as numerous real-life situations in which women found our system to be the most effective. For women in particular, Krav Maga is particularly effective because the skills are designed to address the realities of violence when power, size and strength are factors.

Women training with us can learn:

  • Power generation
  • Hitting, kicking & other combative effective for women
  • Avoidance & de-escalation skills
  • Effective techniques for common attacks
  • Effective techniques for escalated violence (weapon threats, abduction, etc.)
  • Defensive Tactics

Physchological Aspects

Although it varies across cultures, most women are taught to be kind, nurturing, helpful and polite. Even to strangers. Training with Krav Maga Global will help you learn to push past social programming when necessary to protect yourself or a loved one. With us you can learn to:

  • Understand the freeze/fight/flight reality in your body
  • Find the required level of aggression required in a violent encounter
  • Emotional perseverance (fight to the goal)
  • Use effective decision making under stress
  • Trust your natural instincts v. social rules
  • Use the power of maternal instincts to effectively protect your children
  • Carry your body in a way the communicates personal authority (not appealing to attackers)
  • Live in confidence v. fear

Most physical training boosts confidence. This confidence is gained in controlled environments; gyms, training centres, with gentle training partners.

Controlled environments are important for safety. You will find Krav Maga Global training centres adhere to the highest safety standards and we take this one step further: we address the psychological reality of violent encounters.

Why is this important for women?

Confidence is important. False confidence is dangerous. All our practitioners are introduced to the realities of violence and the necessity of accurately assessing the situation.

 

Women Only Classes

Women only classes are now available through SGS Krav Maga at Hurstville through private lessons with our highly qualified female instructor.

Hurstville

Unit 2, 59-69 Halstead St, South Hurstville

Monday: 7pm-9pm

Wednesday: 7pm-9pm

Friday: 7pm-9pm

Sunday: 9am-11am