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Respect, discipline, focus, sportsmanship, teamwork, and manners

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Defensive tactics training for law enforcement, military & security

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Disarm an attacker with a close range weapon


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Self-Defense | Fitness | Krav Maga | New Orleans

Krav Maga is a survival system dealing with personal safety issues.
It is considered to be a modern, highly refined, street fighting system, designed to be used against armed and unarmed attackers.

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I have been at Triumph Krav Maga for a little over two years now and it's without a doubt one of my favorite places! The atmosphere is great and the instructors are motivating, nice, and 100% know what they are doing. They love what they do, and it shows when they're teaching. I have met so many people and gained many friends in the process. It feels awesome every time you learn something new and I have become much more confident in myself since I've started going. On top of learning self defense, which is something everybody should learn, it's a great workout and they also offer a lot of great fitness classes. I highly recommend this place to anyone and I am extremely proud to be a member of the Krav family!

Brittany Chambers

April 19, 2015


"Please believe me when I say I know what you mean if you are someone intimidated by a self defense program. Vin and his staff at Triumph Krav Maga will IMMEDIATELY make you feel like family. It will get you fit and you will gain unbelievable confidence. I have been with them for a little over a year now. I simply cannot say enough about how great this particular program is when combined with the welcoming atmosphere provided by fellow students and instructors."

Terry St. Germain, NOPD Officer