Gleason’s Krav Maga
(One-On-One Self-Defense Training Sessions)
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The instructors are Norm Steiner and Dan White.
The sessions are for any level from beginner and advanced.
Sessions start at $60 for non-gym members, and $40 for Gleason's members.
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Mission: To develop a heightened stable state of security by instilling courage and confidence to participants through; situational awareness training, risk assessment training, strength and combative technique training.
Instructors: Norman Steiner has been a Krav Maga practitioner since serving in the IDF. His Instructor Certification was granted by Ran Nakash and Itay Dannenberg, both elite members of the IDF's Krav Maga Training Division.
MMA Fighter Dan White began martial arts early at the age of 8, by 20 he had earned a black belt in American karate as well as Japanese Jiu Jitsu. He then transitioned to Krav Maga where he became certified, while at the same time focusing his training to Muay Thai Kickboxing. He is currently 6-1 in Muay Thai/K1 as well as a K1 140lb champion. He holds a 1-0 record in MMA to go along with a high ranking blue belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. He fights out of Legends FC & Los Lokos Muay Thai.
Gleason's Gym Krava Maga Instructors
Warmup: The warmup session will be based around the type of techniques that will be learned that day. Reaction time, working under stress, situational awareness, and aggressive trigger theory, use of technique and safe exit strategy will be incorporated in the warmup.
Techniques: The techniques will be movements based on natural instincts that address the immediate danger that work against a variety of attacks, that are accessible to the average person, and that work from a position of disadvantage. The training will include the stress experienced in real attacks. The approach will be using general movements that deal with as many variations of attacks as possible. A demonstration of the combative will be done, a step by step breakdown of the combative will follow, the student(s) will practice under supervision with corrections. There will be an emphasis on:
1) Identifying the immediate danger,
2) Operating under stress,
3) Defending and counteracting simultaneously.
4) Overcoming obstacles.
5) Awareness training.
6) Transfer of knowledge (the principals build on themselves, so that early lessons you use for one defense will carry over and be built on for later defenses).
Combatives will practiced under stressful circumstances to develop the reaction time, aggression trigger and reliance on muscle memory.
Brief Description of some of what you may learn:
Defenses from a neutral stance,
Fighting stance, movement in fighting stance, strikes from fighting stance.
Punch mechanics, palm heel strikes, punches with advance, punches with retreat, various hammer fists, various elbow strikes, head butts.
Front kick, push kick, round kick, knee strike,
360 degrees defenses (blocks), inside defenses.
Choke from the front defense (two-hand pluck), choke from the front defense (one‑hand pluck).
Bearhug defense (arms free and arms caught).
Weapon defenses (stick, knife, and gun).
Drills: Emphasis will be placed on all aspects of risk assessment, reaction, neutralization and safe exit.