Firearm Safety for Krav Maga Practitioners

Firearm Safety for Krav Maga Practitioners

Over the past ten years I have taught Krav Maga in Israel, Europe, North America, and South America. In most of the countries that I teach, the practitioners (ordinary citizens) are not allowed by law to carry firearms let alone use them for self-defense. However, in all of the places I have taught around the world everyone trains pistol and rifle disarms.

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Top three self-defense tips while traveling abroad

Top three self-defense tips while traveling abroad

As a business owner, I don’t have much free time. When I do, I tend to fly abroad. Although I carry my firearm almost everywhere with me when I am stateside, I am unarmed when I travel (if you didn’t know, your gun license is invalid outside of the United States). When it comes to my own safety, I plan ahead and find ways to keep myself from being a victim. This involves studying the culture, learning about local self-defense laws, and always knowing my route in and out of locations during my stay.

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How to get into the special forces

How to get into the special forces

Many people have asked me over the years how to train to be in the special forces.  They will ask, “I want to try out for the special forces. What sort of cross training and weight training should I do to prepare myself?”  I usually respond with, “You are asking the wrong question.”

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The Endless Weapon

The Endless Weapon

It is about 2 am in my level one trauma center in one of the major cities in the United States. By this point, I have been a nurse for about seven years in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and was completing my second year of my Certified Nurse Anesthesia (CRNA) training. I was pretty comfortable with death, and able to “keep my s*** together when s*** hit the fan.” I’ve broken ribs countless times while performing CPR and just to keep things a bit more interesting, myself and other staff members (including other nurses, respiratory members, physicians) had friendly competitions to see who can perform the most quality compression by watching an arterial line waveform and achieving best systolic blood pressure.  

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The Illusion of Control

The Illusion of Control

Knife attacks are brutal! Many times, they involve multiple stab wounds and are always very up close and personal. Krav Maga offers solutions for these types of attacks. Typically defend, counter attack, and move. However, some martial arts instructors train their student to try and control the perpetrator’s hand that is holding the knife. Although this tactic is theoretically possible, it does not match up to reality and what it takes to actually stop the attack.

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Where Tactical Fitness Began

Ron Grobman, Instructor and Founder of Tactical Fitness in Austin, TX.

At the age of 16, Ron became the youngest certified Krav Maga instructor in the United States through Krav Maga Worldwide. He has since attained the rank of 1st sergeant in the Israeli military, served in the IDF Special Forces reconnaissance battalion as a sniper, been certified through International Krav Maga under Gabi Noah, and gained Krav Maga Trainer certification from the Wingate Institute in Israel. Ron was able to accomplish his goals though working with civilians, law enforcement agencies, and military personnel as a Krav Maga instructor.

Full length video coming soon. 

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Here is what we have planned for you in 2018

Here is what we have planned for you in 2018

From our humble beginnings in early 2016, Tactical Fitness has been growing. We have strived to provide the best curriculum possible, an unparalleled level of instruction, and create a community of prepared citizens. 

2018 will be a year of expansion, new partnerships, and amazing new courses for you! Our students. 

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