Krav Maga Levels and Belts
Feb15

Krav Maga Levels and Belts

Despite not being a martial art, Krav Maga schools tend to use a belting structure. This is a relatively new concept in Krav Maga, first being used in 1968. 1Since Krav Maga is made to be learned quickly and uses the human body’s natural instincts, a belting system may seem to go against some of the core concepts of Krav Maga. Martial arts use a belting system to show mastery over certain concepts as a student progresses through...

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Privacy Policy Update
Jan11

Privacy Policy Update

CrossFire CrossTrain has just posted its privacy policy to conform with online standards and to let you know what information we collect and what we do with it. This privacy policy is fairly standard, and if you’ve been to other places online then you’ve likely seen policies like it. We encourage you to take a look here.

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Krav Maga Total Body Workout
Dec26

Krav Maga Total Body Workout

Warm up Spinal twists, squats, franken-kicks and arm circles. Repeat. Shadow Box: Three minutes. Remember to use all directions and all strikes. Focus on full body defenses and continuous strikes. Remember your stance and pivots. Speed is important, but proper technique is crucial. Twenty Burpees: Standard, wide armed. Scorpion, superman, or triangle. Your choice. Upper Body Combo Drills Use your weighted gloves for added upper body...

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Tyler Armstrong Trains at CrossFire CrossTraining
Dec05

Tyler Armstrong Trains at CrossFire CrossTraining

Tyler Armstrong has been climbing mountains since he was seven years old. His goal is to climb every one of the seven tallest mountains in the world. He trained with CrossFire CrossTraining before his Mt. Aconcagua climb in 2013. You can learn more about Tyler Armstrong and his climbs at Top with Tyler. Sensei Julie talks about training with Tyler Armstrong in an interview...

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