ROC Survival: Train For The Zombie Apocalypse
- Dates: October 1, 2016
- Start Time: 12:30 PM
- End Time: 4:30 PM
- Admission: $75 for a single person, $110 for a couple.
- Location: Rochester Brainery
- Address: 3335 Brighton-Henrietta Townline Rd Rochester, NY 14623
- Phone: 5857307034
- Email: email@example.com
- Web Site: http://rochesterbrainery.com/collections/classes/products/roc-survival-train-for-the-zombie-apocalypse
Do you have what it takes to survive a zombie apocalypse? Take part in the ultimate ROC Survival training experience: a one-of-a-kind event to train and test your skills in putting down zombie hordes with the help of Rochester Fencing Club, Krav Maga Rochester and the Rochester Foam Dart League. Learn to wield swords to slash, stab and cut zombies to tiny bits, all in a day.
1pm-2:15pm: Krav Maga (Group B) and Fencing (Group A)
2:25pm-3:45pm: Krav Maga (Group A) and Fencing (Group B)
3:45-4:30pm: ZOMBIE APOCOLYPSE with Rochester Foam Dart League! Use your combat knowledge from Krav Maga and fencing to keep the zombies from taking over.
Please note: This class will be offsite at the Rochester Fencing Club (3335 Brighton-Henrietta Town Line Rd. Rochester NY 14623)
About the teacher:
Iris is best known for setting records in the sport of fencing. At the age of 14, she earned the distinction of being the first US fencer, man or woman to win a world championship in any weapon or age category. Together with her sister, Felicia, Iris was a member of the US foil team for the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia where they were two points shy of winning the bronze medal. After two more runs at the Olympics, and graduating from Stanford University, she again teamed up with her sister to become co-owner of the Rochester Fencing Club in 2009.
Krav Maga Rochester owner and instructor, Tim Kubit, has been teaching Israeli martial arts and fitness in the Rochester area since 2007. He is also a certified kettlebell and MMA/combat fitness trainer, with a strong focus on tactical readiness and movement. His philosophy of "Train Hard, Stay Safe" permeates everything he teaches, while making his classes exciting and fun.
Justin Dangler the owner of the Rochester Foam Dart League has been passionate about sports and activity since a young age. A big kid at heart with the vision of improving the physical fitness of our community one Nerf dart at a time. The Rochester Foam Dart League was founded with the intent to allow children and adults the opportunity to act out popular shooting sports commonly found in video games. "Capture the flag is better in person than on a screen" The Rochester Foam Dart League currently offers 4 weekly open play battle times at various locations in Monroe County as well as a unique birthday party and special event services for all ages.