We will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 24 in observance of Thanksgiving and we will have a modified schedule on Friday, November 25.
The modified schedule for Friday, November 25 is:
• KM Bag – Nacho Chavez
• CrossFit All – Eunjoo An
• KM Level 1 – Keith Huyssoon
• KM Level 3 – Todd Goldman
• CrossFit All – Nicko Kazadzis
• KM Level 2 – Todd Goldman
• KM Bag – Ross Cascio
• KM Level 1 – Ross Cascio
• KM Level 4 – Todd Goldman
*We will be closing after classes have ended at 12:30pm.
• Monday 4pm CrossFit
• Tuesday 6pm Level 2
• Tuesday 12:15pm CrossFit
• Tuesday 6pm CrossFit
• Thursday 12:15pm CrossFit
Krav Maga Worldwide™ is teaming up with Stop Cancer and I.C.O.N. for our annual
Show your support and get your race shirt at the West LA and Sherman Oaks training centers!
Proceeds benefit breast cancer research and The Marni Fund.
If you haven’t registered already, what are you waiting for?
On Saturday, October 2nd, we will be holding a special Krav Maga Seminar with Darren Levine as part of our fifth annual ‘Fights Cancer’ Fundraiser. Take advantage of this opportunity to train with Darren and participate as he puts you through his techniques, drills and exercises. All proceeds benefit the Marni Fund.
Handgun Threats from the Back/Side
When threatened from the back/side, it’s often hard or impossible to see the weapon without first turning. In all of the defenses from the back or side, where possible, it is advised to look and see which hand holds the weapon before deciding a course of action.
Darren 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.