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    Schools in Sydney Australia?

    I was wondering if anyone could recommend me a school in Sydney (if there are any forum members from Sydney). Right now the two that I'm tossing up between are:

    http://www.sinosicperosh.com.au/
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    http://www.kravmaga.com.au/

    There also seem to be quite a few Kung Fu schools around which look interesting. Does anyone have any advice/recommendations?

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    Well if it's MMA you want I reccomend www.boxingworks.com.au

    If it's something else just ask.......I have a rather fat list of Sydney schools.

    Oh and the sinosic school is really really good.

    I have NFI about krav maga though.

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    Thanks, I guess the main thing I want in a school is lots of free sparring, the other thing that would be good is learning some realistic defences against weapons (whether that's really worth spending time studying is probably a discussion that deserves its own thread).

    Boxingworks looks good, my only reseration is that it's in the city so I might have difficulty parking. If you could post that list of Sydney schools it would be greatly appreciated.

    Also everyone from Sydney: where do you train?

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    What part of Sydney are you in I can find some schools near you.

    Any particular style?

    As for parking there......I dunno I get the train there:P

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    hch wing chun in hurstville. its not for you.
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    Originally posted by MUT
    What part of Sydney are you in I can find some schools near you.

    Any particular style?

    As for parking there......I dunno I get the train there:P
    I'm near Ryde, although I don't mind driving for about half an hour or so to get somewhere.

    As for style, I don't really mind all that much, I'd probably prefer something a bit less traditional. but overall I'm happy with any style as long as I like the school.

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    Hmmm Ryde eh?

    Ok. Ill be back in a tic with a list.

    Supercrap answer me dammit:D

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    http://www.boxinghelp.com/australia-nsw.html

    ^Here's a list I refer to sometimes.

    http://www.users.bigpond.com/finehoned/

    ^That school is extremely good...it teaches simple Filipino style that is extremely devastating and fun. (He only does private lessons but talk to him anyway....its not particularly expensive...you'll learn heaps and its fun.)

    http://www.wingtsun.com.au/site/Scho...naustrali.html

    ^My friend who does BJJ with me does wing chun there.....according to him its good stuff. CHeck out the castle hill school....(randwicks a bit far)


    http://www.boxing.net.au/gyms.html

    ^Heaps of boxing schools there.

    I'll stop there.Ask if you want more.

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    For people that I can recommend:

    www.jiujitsu.com.au : Peter Polygenis was my first BJJ instructor. I highly recommend his teaching to anyone starting BJJ. I know the website is dodgy, but the school and instructor are legit.

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