'MMA for the street'
Progressive self defence

SELF DEFENCE

The intense and exhilarating workout at FightLab Kapap Krav Maga will push you to your limits, teaching you how to defend yourself in real-life situations. We will guide you through drills and scenarios designed to enhance your strength, agility, and mental toughness. Join us in this empowering journey and unleash your inner warrior with Krav Maga. 

Sat 10.30am - Kapap Krav Maga

Wed 7.30pm - Krav Maga Kickboxing

Staff
Training

Teach your staff how to deal with aggressive clients.

Gap
Years

Feel secure that your child know some situational awareness & personal protection.

All AGES

We teach both adults & kids practical self defence & situational awareness skills.

PRIVATE TRAINING

Private training can be arranged for 2 to 3. We can even do this in your own home, garden or local park in the summer should you require it.

What you'll learn

  1. Dynamic close quarter combat (CQC)
  2. Muay Thai striking & clinch
  3. Russian Sambo grappling & takedowns
  4. Street effective takedowns
  5. Shield cover defence
  6. Krav Panim El Panim concepts
  7. Takedown defence
  8. Pressure testing drills
  9. Weapons defence
  10. Contact stick fighting

FIGHTLAB Kapap Krav Maga

Our combative brand of Kapap Krav Maga is unique to FightLab, and is a progressive form of self defence which infuses KAPAP Krav Maga with Sambo (develop for the KGB in the former USSR), Muay Thai takedowns, pins & ground n pound along with striking techniques & scenario drills along with an MMA sensibility.

Classes taught by Sensei Mark Rawson, a IKA UK Level 1 qualified Kapap Krav Maga Instructor.

KAPAP

Kapap Krav Maga differs from regular Krav Maga as it relies on a set of principles rather that a fixed syllabus meaning we will draw on aspects of many martial arts such as JuJitsu, Muay Thai & Sambo. The purpose of Kapap Krav Maga is to quickly neutralise the threat by attacking weak areas such as the groin, knees of eyes followed by a direct aggressive attack.

The system works on 5 main principles which is:

  • Relative position
  • Two points of contact
  • Balance displacement
  • Push and pull
  • High and low
  • A recent Krav Maga Kapap seminar with Master Moshe Galisko

    Receiving 3rd Degree Black Belt in Ju-Jitsu from Professor Lee Hasdell