Carjacking Defense

The necessity of carjacking defense has grown. Ninety-three percent of carjackings occurred in cities or suburbs, and a weapon was used in 74% of carjacking victimizations. Learn to defend against potential carjackers in this four hour hands-on seminar.

Krav Maga Black Belt and KMSF Owner Barny Foland will take you through and teach you how to use effective Krav Maga self defense techniques in and around real vehicles, addressing single and multiple attackers, with and without weapons. You’ll get the opportunity to practice the situations in your mind and in real-time, exploring decision-making opportunities. No previous training is needed for participation.

Important note: Students who complete this seminar will be eligible to attend advanced seminars on this material.

*NOTE: Cancellation Policy – The challenge is limited to a small number of participants. If you cancel 14 days before the program starts you will get a full refund. 7 days before the program starts there is a $50 charge for cancelling. If you cancel after the challenge starts there will be no refunds as we cannot give your place to someone else so you must use the payment toward a regular membership, sign up for another future challenge, or give your space to another person.

Date and time:
Saturday June 22nd, 2019
1:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Location:
1455 Bush Street, San Francisco, CA

Price: $129

Members Price: $99

About the teacher

Krav Maga Challenge Instructor and KMSF Owner Barny Foland Improvised Weapons and Shields Seminar

Krav Maga Black Belt Barny Foland

“I’m a certified San Quan Dao – Chinese Boxing Black Belt and the Krav Maga San Francisco Head Instructor & Founder. In 1999 I was given the opportunity to train in Krav Maga and be certified as an instructor. I had been training in Chinese Boxing style for about 9 years and teaching for about a year. After my first day of Krav Maga training, I realized the difference between self defense and martial arts. Learning a system that works for everyone all the time, no matter how small the defender is and how big the attacker is, made me want to teach everyone.”