Posted On:6/16/2011 4:09pm
Style: Chinese Boxing
Originally Posted by Kouch
im assuming thats for the intire school? haha
how many students do you have enrolled?
Somewhere over 100
Posted On:6/16/2011 4:28pm
Style: Trad Ju Jitsu
I pay as I train. I have to travel to deepest Essex to get the training I need. Last night, it was all up, about £20. I also try to train Mon & Fri, in effing Essex so that's about £30 - ****, I'm regretting doing this now...
So, I taught at a new place and had 8 students but haven't got the Bill yet.
I teach Fri Lunchtime and get about £12.
And I'm a longstanding member of LA Fitness at £60 a month. Christ, I could live in The Budokwai for less than I'm shelling out. I might even improve a bit(!).
Still, I ain't getting any younger. So...it continues. Oh well.
Posted On:6/16/2011 5:43pm
Originally Posted by Kouch
4200 for classes.
1200 each time i go out to L.A. for privates.
no gear required.
Wait, WC classes, before "privates" run you $350 per month? In INDIANAPOLIS??? Please tell me this isn't so.
$50/month - Kyokushin
$60/month - Aikijutsu/JJJ
$90/month - MMA gym
Assorted gear...eh, $200 and it'll probably all last me well over a year.
Posted On:6/16/2011 11:20pm
Style: Wing Chun
****. wow. sorry. its 2400. a year. which comes out to 200 a month.i was in a 2 year contract. so it was 4200 all together. BUT! thankfully my contract is up and i have more affordable and better options now. prolly around 100 for the month.
Posted On:6/17/2011 2:02am
Lets, see :
20 euro per month.
And I was there like 8 months (2 months for exams and I lost for sure an other two).
So, I would say 160 Euro.
Seems decent actually.
They also, didn't ask me to buy wrestling shows or anything else, instead they gave me a T-shirt with the club logo :P
Posted On:6/17/2011 2:10am
Style: Muay Thai
200 bucks a week
but people pay me to smash em in the mouth so it works out ok
Posted On:6/17/2011 3:28am
Loyalty, and whatever gasoline costs. And medical bills.
Posted On:6/17/2011 3:33am
Style: Aikido, Aikiken, Aikijo
50 euro/month for 10 months = 500 euro
35 euro/year for insurance and subscription to Aikikai
50 euro/year for the exam's stage.
A couple of stages a year.
About 600 euro a year
Posted On:6/17/2011 4:18am
Style: Kenkojuku Karate, Judo
Free, I barter teaching. Otherwise $840 a year plus expenses (membership in USA Judo, I need a new judo and karate gi soon, tournament fees, gas, etc.).
Posted On:6/17/2011 6:56am
Style: Kickboxin & Shootfightin
$84/month and pay month to month.Its cheaper if you pay in advance. Depending on how much in advance the amount varies.
84/month= 2x mma and as many kick boxing as i can fit in. they have 5 classes/week.
plus gradings and up-keep/replacement of gear prolly another 200$
+30$/month for gym access
total= $1008 for classes
= $1208 for classes plus gear/gradings
= $1208-$1568 includes gym for up to 12 months.
Articles and Reviews
Tools and Info