FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How large are introductory classes/Level 1 Classes?
Level 1 Krav Maga classes average between 10-20 people.
What can I expect from an Introductory/Krav Maga Level 1 class?
The classes begin with a short cardio warm up followed by Krav Maga combatives and defenses.
New students are continually joining the program, so there is never any intimidation for newbies. Instructors and assistant instructors work closely with guests throughout the class to make them comfortable, establish skills, and ensure that everyone has a great time!
How large are Fitness classes?
Fitness classes average 15 people.
What can I expect in a Fitness class?
Fitness classes are kick-butt, but also a lot of fun and highly encouraging.
For 45min-1hr, students are working non-stop on a variety of different bags and equipment doing combatives and sports conditioning. Some partner work is incorporated in the classes. Instructors are high energy and a blast!
What should I wear?
Dress comfortably in athletic clothes and tennis shoes.
What age must I be to participate in classes?
Traditionally, you must be 14 or older to participate.
Will I get hurt training in Krav Maga?
No! Our instructors are extensively trained to create a safe learning environment and work closely with students to ensure their safety at all times.
Does Round Rock Krav Maga offer more than just real Krav Maga training?
Most of our instructors come from previous martial arts training or fighting experience. You will passively learn new techniques from Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), and even Muay Thai. We also host weekend seminars for students to explore some of these martial arts in more detail.
How long does it take to move from Level 1 to Level 2 Krav Maga?
Advancing from Level 1 to Level 2 takes approximately 4 months. At Round Rock Krav Maga, we recognize that everyone needs to work on a different timetable and thus we do not have a defined time frame for when a student will test to advance. Some people will be more coordinated and skilled and wish to move up faster, while others will want more time to feel confident in their techniques before moving up.
The instructor will work with you to determine when you are prepared to advance.