Max Out Your Conditioning with the KM Bag Course

Conditioning yourself for Krav Maga training can be almost as intense as the training itself: it takes discipline, endurance, and more than a little chutzpah. That’s why we’ve specially designed our KM Bag course to be a next-level punching bag workout, and why we recommend it to anyone looking for a way to whip themselves into shape for our other classes.

The Basics of KM Bags

Heavy bags, medicine balls, kettlebells, and jump ropes are just a few of the tools used in this high-intensity workout class. It’s an intense experience that’s simple to begin but challenging to finish. You’ll have to work hard to make it to the end, but after an hour with us, you’ll leave this punching bag workout for beginners feeling strong and energized.

Heavy Bag Training and More

KM Bag is an intense workout program that combines fitness and self-defense. This class features a combination of strength training, dynamic flexibility, and heavy bag training. You can expect a class that involves constant movement and concentration; you’re conditioning yourself for the real world, after all, and thinking on your feet is a key part of surviving any altercation. The focus of our punching bag workout for beginners is to emphasize muscular strength and cardiovascular endurance.

More Than a Workout

Students will learn correct body alignment to maximize efficiency during punching while refining their Krav Maga technique through repetition, drills, and punch-kick combinations on the bag. KM Bag workouts build stronger bodies and improved mental toughness. Any good instructor will tell you that Krav Maga proficiency isn’t just a state of physical conditioning and knowledge of technique, but a frame of mind as well. Even a punching bag workout should reflect this, and we’ve spared no thought in making our KM Bag course the ultimate Krav Maga fitness experience.

The Right Gear

As to what you should bring to your first lesson, boxing gloves or bag gloves are recommended, so speak with a Krav Maga L.A. instructor to learn which gloves you should look into purchasing. If you choose to work with boxing gloves instead of bag gloves, we also recommend that you wear wraps.

If you are up to the challenge of our heavy bag training regimen for beginners, reach out to us today at our HQ Training Centers in West LA or Sherman Oaks to get started. You can also contact us to find out if one of our 140 official training centers across the world offers a program similar to KM Bag. Even a punching bag workout for beginners should prepare them for the challenges they’ll face ahead, and when you pick the KM Bag course with Krav Maga L.A. you’re getting a firsthand experience of the conditioning your life might one day depend on.