Jarret Waldman

SpeedX & Krav Maga vs. The Gym

by on May 8, 2013 in Blog, Krav Maga, SpeedX

When compared to traditional gym memberships, Krav Maga and SpeedX are more effective workouts for weight loss, muscle development and increased endurance. Three main reasons why the type of workout at Krav Maga Unyted and SpeedX are more effective: One; they are group workouts, two; they vary constantly and three; the environment promotes constant learning and progression of one’s skill set.

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Krav Maga Self-Defense & Fight Technique | Defense from Knife Attack

by on January 23, 2013 in Krav Maga

Krav Maga expert and Chief Instructor Jarret Waldman, along with Lead Trainer Chris Gors, demonstrate the Krav Maga technique, “Defense from Slashing Knife Attack,” which teaches you how to defend yourself from a common weapon attack. This and many other techniques are demonstrated and practiced in Krav Maga Unyted’s Weapons Defense classes, as well as in seminars throughout the year. These are practical defense techniques to typical violent attacks that happen daily.

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Krav Maga, Improvised Weapons, and a Crackhead

by on December 10, 2012 in Krav Maga

Krav Maga is about doing whatever is necessary to get through the day safe. That means you use whatever the hell you need to get the job done. Improvised weapons means using your environment and or any object within reach to defend yourself and ward off an attacker during a violent encounter. Verbal self-defense is using your voice and body language to set boundaries and potentially de-escalate a situation.

Here is one everyday scenario I faced a few years back…

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How Krav Maga Changed My Life

by on December 4, 2012 in Krav Maga

By the time I reached the 10th grade in high school, I was 5’4’’ and weighed only 97 pounds. Needless to say, I would often get challenged by bigger kids talking smack and trying to act all tough, putting me down due to my size. It was hard for me, but I knew fighting was not the answer (or it could have been that I did not want to get my ass kicked). Even though I had been training in martial arts since I was nine years old, it wasn’t until I started training in Krav Maga that my perspective towards the situation changed, and my confidence began to grow. The more I trained in Krav Maga the more my body developed to become stronger, faster, and more agile. In school I went from the shy kid who hated to get up in front of the class, to the guy giving sales pitches to presidents and CEO’s of companies, to opening up and running two of the most successful Krav Maga facilities in the world.

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