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While we welcome various styles of clothing, there are some restrictions and rules that we have for your safety and for everyone’s comfort level.  Shoes: Shoe policy will be slightly modified for this week No pointy heels – wedges, block heels, etc. are acceptable Boots are acceptable – this includes cowboy boots, combat boots, etc. but NO steel-toed *Anything that can be secured with laces or velcro is accepted as well *Clean shoes please! We don’t want to track in mud or anything else of that nature Shirts: Almost everything is acceptable. For females, we ask that you abstain from wearing only a sports bra as a top. Males must wear a shirt.  Pants/Skirts/Dresses:  Jeans, dress pants, or slacks are acceptable. Scrubs are also allowed.  If wearing a skirt or dress, athletic shorts are required.  Hats: Go for it! Jewelry: As usual, no dangly/hanging jewelry that could injure others and/or...
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Congratulations to our newest level 2 students! They all performed beyond their own limits and should be proud of making it through their grueling 3-hour test. Welcome to level 2 and to the family! Ballard, CorinaDodson, RossMateo, AlejandraMiller, BrendaOosthuysen, AstonRinaldi, JoeStanley, NijiWhittle, Philip
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I’ve been training, instructing, and caring for Krav Maga’s business in one way or another for the last seven years.  I have friends of all ages and ranks.  When I posed the question, Knowing what you know now, what would you tell your past self when you first walked through the door of the training center? Here are some of my favorite responses: 1) Don’t get all caught up in the belts. “I was shocked.  No one cared about the belts!  In my first few months of training, I truly thought no one cared about the belt system.   You couldn’t tell if someone was an orange belt or a blue belt.  I came in asking how long it would take to earn my black belt.  Over time, I realized I had it wrong.  Showing off that accomplishment by wearing a belt isn’t the Krav Maga style.  If I could...
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Training with an injury can be tough, but if you listen to your body and work with dedicated professionals, you should be able to get back into the swing of things with ease.
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You spoke – we listened! Dear KMD students, We have redesigned our class schedule to offer more convenient training times, enhanced room management and natural flow from one class to the next. Check out the BRAND NEW morning and mid-day classes that were added! It’s easier than ever to train with your favorite people, at times that are most convenient for you! Make sure to download a copy of our new schedule today.   New Schedule – starting march 1, 2020  
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