Ninilchik, Alaska
Location: 68115 St John St, Anchor Point, AK 99556
Dates: Oct 17th

Robert Hallam Owner

Robert Hallam is a Certified Instructor in Krav Maga, Israeli Combat Shooting, Israeli Combat Knife, Certified Bodyguard and Executive Protector. Robert is proud to be a part of the Krav Maga Association in Fayetteville, AR, who’s founder is Pro. Marty Cale. He started his Krav Maga training in 2010 and was inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 2016 as Krav Maga Student of the Year.

Robert is the proud owner of three brick and mortar schools and one mobile training unit that travels the US providing onsite training for communities, businesses, corporate teams, colleges and churches.

Robert’s heart and passion is that of an Armor Bearer. As such, he has a huge burden for the churches today to become better prepared for when, not if, an attack will happen. He has helped to establish or improve many church alert teams with this mixed formula of training.

While his training style is hands on and thorough, it is also very intense. It immerses you in real life scenarios to instill situational awareness and will push you to see things differently and respond in a manner that may save your life and others. While the Israeli Combat Shooting courses are fast paced and fun, they also instill real life movement and instinctual shooting.

Robert is also a certified NRA Instructor and these courses MAY qualify for concealed carry permit requirements, depending on the individual state laws. For booking options please email or call.

In 1948, when the State of Israel was founded and the Israel Defense Force was formed, Imi Sde-Or became Chief Instructor for Physical Fitness and hand-to-hand combat at the IDF School of Combat Fitness. He served in the IDF for about 20 years, during which time he developed and refined his unique method for self-defense and hand-to-hand combat. It was his job to see to it that the troops of the IDF including the special forces units were expertly skilled in hand-to-hand combat. During this time, Imi further refined his face-to-face fighting techniques, now referred to as Krav Maga.