Krav Maga KC | CONDITIONING
2013

CONDITIONING

This intense workout was designed by a team of top conditioning experts and defensive tactics instructors known for building fighters. The Krav Maga conditioning program uses cardio, heavy bag work and sports conditioning techniques to burn fat and tone muscle. Resistance bands, free weights and other conditioning equipment are used to help get you in fighting shape!

Conditioning Prog

What to wear

    Any type of fitness clothing.

    Shoes: White-soled or non-marking athletic shoes such as cross training, martial arts, or wrestling shoes. 

Conditioning Combo

Krav Maga self-defense movements done to high-energy music combined with circuit training stations. This is a cardiovascular, aerobic/anaerobic and strength-training class.

Conditioning Bag

Krav Maga self-defense movements done to high-energy music combined with heavy bag work. This is a cardiovascular, aerobic/anaerobic and strength-training class.

Conditioning Muscle

Krav Maga self-defense movements done to high-energy music combined with free weights and heavy bag work. This is a cardiovascular, aerobic/anaerobic and strength-training class.

Combatives

High level, high impact class that combines focus mitt and heavy bag drills along with calisthenics and plyometric exercises to condition your body. Gets you in Krav Maga fighting shape fast.

Boot Camp

Krav Maga KC Boot Camp is an annual summer event. These early morning 2-hour workouts will get your day started like never before!! Calisthenics, hill running, stadium stairs, bag work, resistance training and more. The toughest early morning workout in KC! Our Boot Camp is not for beginners. It is intended to challenge those who already enjoy pushing the envelope!

Comments from previous Boot Camp participants:

“Probably the most difficult physical challenge I have undertaken as an adult – and I loved it so much I am ready to do it again”

“Ever crave the alarm clock going off way before the sun comes up? Rush out the door before you can gulp coffee or eat something, because you don’t want to be late. The first sight you see are some equally weary victims and a deranged drill sergeant Warm up. What warm up? 20 minutes of stadium stairs, sprint, recover with push-ups, sprint, recover with jumping squats, bear crawl up a hill, run backwards, kick , knee, mountain climbers, 30 second recovery-get some water….That was the first hour. If you don’t know how to spend next summer, may I recommend Steve’s boot camp. That which doesn’t kill you will make you stronger. Oh yeah, and it was fun!”