Programs – Blue Titan Fitness



get-startedLet’s face it, life is complicated. We have school, jobs and children. Football games, overtime and family events. Life rarely allows for the commitment level needed to learn a traditional martial art to a level that allows for many reality based self-defense applications.


crossfit2We all know that fitness is necessary to live a healthy life. The problem is, many of us are bored with our current routine or just don’t have the time to learn what it is we should be doing that works best.


kidsKMX is the official kids self-defense and fitness program of Krav Maga Worldwide. Provide your kids with the same concepts we teach adults, like kidnap prevention or anti-bullying; but, do so in a safe and fun environment.

Girl Scouts Self-Defense

Blue Titan has a unique and customized self-defense and fitness program designed exclusively for the Girl Scouts of America. Instructor Wendy, a mother of two young girls, is a girl scout leader and passionate about raising strong and safe young women.


schoolDirector and studio owner Eric Basek has created a unique program that does not exist anywhere else today. Eric spent 8 years as a police officer in a major city. He was an agency defensive tactics instructor and holds certifications in active shooter, fire arms and use of force.

Force Protection Division

lawThe Krav Maga Worldwide™ Force Training Division has been directly responsible for providing training to over 800 law enforcement agencies in the United States and multiple U.S. Military units stationed locally and around the world.


eventsInterested in private lesson with a Krav Maga instructor, one-on-one personal training with a CrossFit instructor, a birthday party or a customized seminar? Contact us to discuss your options today!


women2Krav Maga classes aren’t just for athletic men in their 20s looking to learn how to protect their girlfriends. Krav Maga classes for women focus on rape prevention tactics, the signs of a dangerous situation or how to defend yourself when you are forced to in the worst case scenarios.


Adaptive-AthletesStill referred to as “disabled” by many, these athletes include those bound to wheelchair, those with congenital amputations, permanent injury to the nervous system or skeletal structure and genetic defects such as spina bifida.