Nebraska Krav Maga
Nebraska Krav Maga consists of three martial arts schools. Locations are Bellevue, Omaha and Gretna. We are proud to be a member of the Krav Maga Alliance.
Practical and effective self defense. Dynamic training environment. Professional, certified instructors. Supportive community. Realistic training scenarios. Fitness programs to make you leaner and stronger.
The most common weapon in use today to intimidate, injure, or kill. The edged weapon. Dangerous on so many levels, from so many angles. Would you know what to do if confronted with by a psycho with a knife? We can help? You’ll learn practical defenses against all angles of attacks, how to make aggressive counter attacks, how to defend against threats and hostage holds involving a knife, how to help someone else being attacked with a knife, and how to use an edged weapon should the need arise.
Self Defense for any Situation
Known for its battle tested techniques and tactics. Based on simple principles and instinctive movements, this reality-based system teaches real self defense in the shortest possible time. Defend against chokes, grabs, and bearhugs, as well as weapons such as guns, knives, and sticks. Just as important, we teach people to function during the stress and shock of a sudden, violent encounter.[/col_2_3] [col_1_3] [/col_1_3] [col_2_3]
Cutting Edge Fitness
Krav Maga Fitness Program is designed with one word in mind “RESULTS”. You will get blended and unique fitness classes that you can’t get anywhere else. Whether you are interested in weight loss, endurance, strength, or just overall better health, this program brings a fresh experience to a total body workout. Reach goals and destroy barriers with this proven system of fitness training.[/col_2_3] [col_1_3] [/col_1_3] [col_2_3]
Law Enforcement & Military
Used by hundreds of Local, State, and Federal agencies and the world, the krav maga system gives officers life saving tools that are proven time and time again to work in the street under stress, we are inherently giving the officers a higher command presence, which leads to fewer violent altercations. We approach every contact from a position of advantage or of control…of the situation, our environment, and of the subject.[/col_2_3] [col_1_3] [/col_1_3]