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Sacramento Self Defense Training


My self-defense and fighting seminar comes to you.

In a fun and safe environment you, your friends, family, or co-workers will train in easy to learn basic fighting and self-defense techniques.

Take home valuable skills and confidence to defend yourself.

Also offering ongoing individual and group self-defense training sessions.


Take Responsibility For Your Own Safety!

      • Don’t be a victim or look like one!
      • Heighten Awareness
      • Improve Confidence
      • Learn Basic Fighting Skills
      • Learn Self-Defense Techniques


Violence happens to people who are:

      • Unprotected
      • Unsuspecting
      • Unprepared

Prepare Today, by scheduling a Fight Fit Seminar!

Gain the Mindset to React Swiftly & Aggressively

Come to the seminar prepared to learn:

  • Sacramento self defense trainingStrikes
  • Kicks
  • Knees
  • Elbows
  • Defend Chokes
  • Defend Holds… and More



In addition to this hands-on training seminar I will discuss awareness, and gaining the confident mindset to minimize the chances of being picked as a victim.


You will learn that in a real violent encounter there are no rules…you fight back violently and aggressively!

Janet Pirtle

Janet Pirtle

Janet is a Brown Belt in Krav Maga and a Level 1 Certified Instructor with the Krav Maga Alliance Association.

Krav Maga “contact combat” was developed in Israel. It’s an aggressive, effective tactical self-defense and fighting system.

Janet began training in Krav Maga in 2006. And earned her first Krav Maga teaching certification in 2009. In addition to teaching self-defense she became interested in educating people, particularly women, on how not to present themselves unconsciously as likely victims. She also continues strength, endurance, and grappling training.

Janet Pirtle believes in the aggressive, ballistic  approach to self-defense as taught in Krav Maga.  She is passionate about empowering others with the confidence and skills to fight back aggressively in a violent encounter.