CT707 Krav Maga was developed from Nir's many years as a traditional martial artist, mixed with the practicality of the Krav Maga he learned during military service. Because of his expansive amount of training in various martial arts, Nir was recruited by the Israeli military to teach hand-to-hand combat, where he was in charge of training special forces operators. Nir's firsthand experience with violence, both as a military and police officer, has given him a unique perspective on the realities of human combat.
Held at The Training Edge in Buffalo, NY, forty aspiring Krav Maga instructors traveled from all over the country to undergo the exhaustive course, which contained self-defense principles and techniques for address both unarmed and armed attacks.
Kayla Fritz-Stomberg has been instructing martial arts classes for eight years in Norwich, CT and has trained in Krav Maga for six years. She has also trained in Muay Thai and Tang Soo Do.
Angel Ayala has been instructing martial arts classes in Norwich for four years and has trained for six years. He has also trained in Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
Charlie McShane from ABD Norwich certified in this course in 2012.