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Guy started his martial arts journey in 1998 when he enlisted in the Israeli Defense Force. He served as a sniper in multiple tours of combat duty and was awarded the prestigious “warriors pin”. It was there he was also introduced to Krav Maga and it played a vital role in his survival. After his service ended he continued studying Krav Maga as well as kickboxing, Muay Thai, Brazilian Jui jitsu, and boxing.

Guy has experience in instructing Krav Maga/self defense to many different types of students. He is well versed in the craft, bringing stalwart military attitude to high intensity workouts, creating a sense of “unit” for all participants. Guy draws out the best of his clients by constantly challenging you in new ways, fostering their strengths, and fortifying their weaknesses.

Training Experience
MMA
A decade of experience in Muay Thai, Brazilian Jujitsu, and Boxing
Krav Maga
Training Skills
  • Krav Maga 96 %
  • Brazilian Jujitsu 91 %
  • Boxing 86 %
  • Muay Thai 92 %

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