KMW CrossFit WOD: Wednesday 6/29/11

CrossFit from the eyes of a 9 yr old

By Kiana Kazadzis-CrossFit from the eyes of a 9 yr old

Flithy 50′s
For time:
50 Box Jump  (24″)
50 Jumping Pull-Ups
50 Kettlebell Swings (1 pood)
50 Walking Lunges
50 Knees to Elbows
50 Push Press (45 lbs)
50 Back extensions-(GHD)
50 Wall Ball Shots (20/14lb)
50 Burpees
50 Double Unders

Class Limit=16 Athletes
WOD Times-6am, 7am, 9:30am, 5pm, 8pm

“To have long term success as a coach or in any position of leadership, you have to be obsessed in some way.” ~Pat Riley

Darren Levine’s Krav Maga Tactical Training Tip of the Day

Using Blunt Objects against Attacks with Blunt Objects

Straight-Up Swing: Part 2 of 5

Step 1: Send your defensive weapon in the direction of the attack, extending your arms as much as possible and bending at the waist, taking the defense forward. Be sure to tuck your head.

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Darren LevineDarren Levine is the Chief Instructor of Krav Maga Worldwide. A 6th degree black belt, he is one of the highest-ranked Krav Maga instructors in the world and received extensive training directly from Imi Lichtenfeld, the creator of Krav Maga.

In recognition of his extraordinary contributions to the Krav Maga system, Darren Levine received one of only two Founder Diplomas ever issued by Imi Lichtenfeld. An internationally recognized self-defense and counterterrorism expert, Darren Levine has taught thousands of civilians and police officers, as well as military special operation and anti-terrorist units in the United States and abroad.

Darren Levine serves as a Los Angeles County prosecutor and an assistant head deputy of the Target Crimes Division; he has been tasked with prosecuting the most violent crimes committed against law enforcement, including murders of on-duty peace officers. Levine has received numerous commendations, among them: National Co-Prosecutor of the Year 2004, National Association of District Attorneys; Los Angeles County Prosecutor of the Year, 2003 ADDA; and Distinguished Alumni Award, Loyola Law School.

Today’s tip is an excerpt from Black Belt Krav Maga, co-authored by Darren Levine and Ryan Hoover. Available on Amazon now.

KMW CrossFit WOD: Tuesday 6/28/11

Overhead Squats

WOD
30 GHD Back Extensions
Snatch Balance Practice
5-5-5-3-3
then
800 Meter Run
30 Snatches
800 Meter Run
For time

Class Limit=16 Athletes
WOD times-6am, 7am, 4pm, 7pm

“The road to success is always under construction.” ~Lily Tomlin

Darren Levine’s Krav Maga Tactical Training Tip of the Day

Using Blunt Objects against Attacks with Blunt Objects

Straight-Up Swing: Part 1 of 5

Attack: The assailant uses a natural swinging motion and targets your groin, torso or chin.

Solution: This defense covers a very large area of the body, requiring less accuracy and recognition.

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Darren LevineDarren Levine is the Chief Instructor of Krav Maga Worldwide. A 6th degree black belt, he is one of the highest-ranked Krav Maga instructors in the world and received extensive training directly from Imi Lichtenfeld, the creator of Krav Maga.

In recognition of his extraordinary contributions to the Krav Maga system, Darren Levine received one of only two Founder Diplomas ever issued by Imi Lichtenfeld. An internationally recognized self-defense and counterterrorism expert, Darren Levine has taught thousands of civilians and police officers, as well as military special operation and anti-terrorist units in the United States and abroad.

Darren Levine serves as a Los Angeles County prosecutor and an assistant head deputy of the Target Crimes Division; he has been tasked with prosecuting the most violent crimes committed against law enforcement, including murders of on-duty peace officers. Levine has received numerous commendations, among them: National Co-Prosecutor of the Year 2004, National Association of District Attorneys; Los Angeles County Prosecutor of the Year, 2003 ADDA; and Distinguished Alumni Award, Loyola Law School.

Today’s tip is an excerpt from Black Belt Krav Maga, co-authored by Darren Levine and Ryan Hoover. Available on Amazon now.