Lead Instructor, Owner
Robert Klenka has trained in martial arts for over fifteen years. He is not only a Certified Russian Martial Arts Systema Instructor under Vladimir Vasiliev, Siberian Cossack Systema Instructor under Andrey Karimov, Certified American Ninjutsu Instructor under Chief Instructor Yvonne Falgout, ALIVE! Combatives Instructor under Steve Miles, and Israeli Armed Combat and Tactics (ACT) Instructor under Noel Gross but has also trained in other martial disciplines such as AMOK, Boxing, Kali, Taekwondo, and Jiu-jitsu. Robert Klenka is a Fort Worth Facilitator/Instructor for Central Texas Combatives Training Group: AliveCombatives.com.
Robert Klenka is also a NREMT National and Texas Certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B). Emergency Care and Safety Institute (ECSI) First Aid, CPR and AED, American College of Surgeons Stop the Bleed Instructor, and Committee for Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (C-TECC) trauma recognized educational partner, NAEMT Trauma First Responder and NAEMT Tactical Causality Combat Care (TCCC) certified.
Robert Klenka is also a License to Carry / Concealed Handgun License Instructor for the state of Texas and is a National Rifle Association firearms instructor in the disciplines of Rifle, Shotgun, Pistol, Black Powder Rifle and Black Powder Pistol along with being Range Officer certified. He is a board member of the Arlington Sportsman’s Club and won three Sportsman’s of the Month awards and a Joe Tiroff Memorial Award from the Arlington Sportsman’s Club for his participation in teaching youth shooting sports. He has also serves as a monthly match director for local NRA Defensive Carbine Match and 3 Gun matches.
Robert Klenka was the President of the University Martial Arts Association at the University of Texas at Arlington in 2008 and the secretary in 2007. Robert Klenka was also the Students for Concealed Carry University of Texas at Arlington representative from 2007 - 2010.
Robert Klenka with Vladimir Vasiliev, Konstantin Komarov and Valentin Talanov