Atlantic Krav Maga under Kevin Mack
Now I'm not going to say my school is super awesome and totally the best. Infact I am going to start with the flaws first so that way you don't have to waste your time. 1. Yes there is not a full contact fight team....YET The school itself is still very young. (We still have to train out of a kung fu school) Though the instructor Kevin Mack has shown interest! Join and support I wanna fight you guys and go to competitions!
Okay 2. Don't expect full contact sparring all the time. Since we are still young the emphasis on sparring is downplayed slightly. Kevin tries to take his time to make sure you are ready through a variety of interesting drills to help you so that you don't blank out when the bell rings. Though I will spar you anytime if you join up after school. All you have to do is ask I have sparred others this way it's very laid back.
3. and final complaint is because we are still renting space, it's kind of small (those Ving Tsun guys don't need lots of space so) Though it has never been a problem. We need more support is all.
So now you know all the bad now this review can only become better! Why should you join up despite the previous flaws? Because Kevin Mack is an amazing teacher. Don't believe me Allan Feldman, one of the men who brought Krav to the united states recognizes this man! We are talking a direct student of the founder Imi litchenfeld!
And let me tell you it shows. Kevin's teaching skills make up for the short comings of space, and the current lack of a competition team. Kevin goes out of his way to learn about the martial arts just to improve the experience of his students. This is not a guy out to make money! (well we all want money but you get the point)
Kevin knows that krav maga is more then just practicing self defense moves, but sparring and groundwork. We don't just do defenses all day. We do sparring drills you would find in a boxing gym.