Have you ever wondered why people train in a specific martial art or style of self defense? Well, I can tell you why people train Krav Maga. People have this innate instinct to protect themselves. The tendency to cover up and cower is actually taught. Since the dawn of man, we have been warriors, hunting for our food and warring with neighboring factions! Society tries to dull that inborn instinct to fight. However, there are those of us who see the need to learn to protect ourselves.
Paint a picture for yourself:
1). You’re walking with loved ones
2). You get attacked by a group of people
3). They hurt someone you’re with, to the point that they can’t run away
Now, I want you to think to yourself, “Have I trained to handle this situation and survive?” The odds are that you haven’t, and the odds are that you haven’t thought about it, until now. THIS is why we train! This is why YOU need to train! Krav Maga is the best answer for the unforeseeable circumstances!
Train to get into better shape. Train to learn some cool stuff. Train to have a good time. Train to SURVIVE!
It doesn’t end there, though. What if, in that group I mentioned, you were the one who got hurt? Would the people around you – your loved ones – be able to fight and survive…save you? The odds are that the answer is also no. There is only ONE way to give yourself or them the fighting chance to really survive the violent encounters that lurk around the corner – TRAIN; train like your life depends on it, because IT DOES!
Now that you’ve read this, it’s your opportunity – no, your obligation to not only get yourself training, but the people you care about. You need to know that not only you could survive, but that you’ve saved the life of your loved ones by giving them the opportunity to train and defend themselves!
Do something that will better your life, for the rest of your life! Come take a free class, and see what I’m talking about!
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