Kids Krav Maga Is Back!

Welcome Back KMD Kids!

We are very excited to announce the return of Kids Krav Maga classes! To ensure we are able to provide the safest training environment for our youth students, we will re-launch the Kids Krav Maga program in 3 phases. 

Phase 1
  • Classes with be 2 days per week: Monday and Wednesday
  • Phase 1 will last 2-4 weeks, based on lessons learned from local ISDs roll-outs
  • Introduction of pre-registration of all Kids Krav Maga Classes
  • Re-establish Class structure and program goals
  • Class focus will be combat cardio, situational awareness, and reducing lag time
  • Classes will be separated by ages (6-9 and 10-13 years of age) all KKM1
Phase 1 safety protocols – Contact
  • 100% touch-less environment
  • Masks required for age 10+ (optional for ages 6-9)
Phase 2
  • Classes will be expanded to 3 days per week: Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
  • Phase 2 will last 2-4 weeks, based on attendance and lessons leaned from local ISDs
  • 50:50 combat cardio / Krav Maga self defense principles
  • Curriculum will expand to include KKM levels 1 and 2
Phase 2 safety protocols – Contact
  • Striking pads only will be used
  • Each child will have a dedicated partner – 1:1
Phase 3
  • Classes will be expanded to 4 day per week: Monday through Thursday
  • Phase 3 will last 2-4 weeks, based on attendance and lessons learned from local ISDs
Phase 3 safety protocols – Contact
  • Quads – training groups will be limited to 4 partners; maintained for 6 weeks. 
Additional Safety Protocols for all Phases
  • Temperature checks upon entering the building
  • Respiration – Mask break every 10 minutes
  • Top to bottom cleaning and sanitizing of training rooms and equipment between every class

Additional Information

As mention in the phase explanations above, we are following the lead of local ISDs and their UIL Risk Management Guidelines. This document is the frame work and guidelines for exercise in schools. We are constantly monitoring these documents and guidelines for changes and do our best to implement them into our own curriculum.