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Krav Maga Alliance Krav Maga Alliance is composed of Krav Maga schools, instructors, and students dedicated to improving themselves and each other through realistic self-defense training and the continuous exchange of ideas. We have over 130 affiliates all over the world, from Australia to Italy. We provide training, certification, and ongoing support in all aspects of Krav Maga training. We provide curricula, daily lesson plans, and monthly updates with new training drills and scenarios to our affiliates.

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Extreme Close Quarters

KMA Force - Extreme Close Quarters

Krav Maga Alliance is holding an Extreme Close Quarters firearms course on April 16 and 17, 2016. This will be one of the most important firearms courses we conduct this year! The course is run by KMA Force, our law enforcement and military training division, and will be taught by Jeremy Stafford. Jeremy is a Read More →

Hand Gun from Behind from a Distance :: March 2016 Krav Maga Technique of the Month

Krav Maga Technique - Hand Gun From Behind At A Distance

This month, we’re showing you the Level 1 (Brown Belt) Krav Maga technique for “Gun From Behind – Distance.” John Whitman, 5th Degree Krav Maga Alliance Black Belt Instructor, demonstrates the technique. Enjoy!

Sepi Melamed :: KMA Instructor of the Month, March 2016

Sepi Melamed - KMA Instructor of the Month - March 2016

Congratulations to Sepi Melamed from Top Gun Karate in Manhasset, NY, for being selected the March 2016 Krav Maga Alliance “Instructor of the Month!” Sepi Melamed is a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Krav Maga, and a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Kaizen Karate. She is one of the few female Krav Maga Black Belts Read More →

New StrikeFit Instructors!

StrikeFit Cert March 2016

Congratulations to our most recent group of StrikeFit instructors, representing schools across the United States. Well done, everyone!

John Whitman’s Blog: Disaster Preparedness

John Talking to Group

There’s an axiom among disaster “preppers” that says we should educate others on preparedness so that they are not helpless during an emergency. Sure, it’s the right thing to do, but there is another reason: if your neighbors are as prepared as you are, they become an asset rather than a liability. The same is Read More →