Artemis BJJ Co-Founder/Instructor
Posted On:9/27/2006 10:08am
Artemis BJJ | Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in Bristol Style: BJJ
1.) Friendly atmosphere
2.) Large Facility
3.) Morning and Afternoon Classes Mon-Fri
4.) Great kids program
1.) The highest level person who actually instructs is 3rd Dan. I believe the kid is like 20 years old. Yet its marketed that the person who instructs is 6th.
2.) Low level adult class teenagers teaching kids classes.
3.) Own and operate a shirt company out of the same facility.
4.) Against training anywhere accept there own facility.
5.) Kids summer camp, Tae Kwon Do birthday parties, and more.
While this is probably one of the nicest Dojangs (facility wise) I have ever been to.
Classes were monday - Friday, and a saturday morning sword class.
Monday: Tae Kwon Do Forms, Kickboxing
Tuesday: Sword,Tae Kwon Do Forms
Wednesday: Hapkido(dead Training only), Kickboxing Sparring
Friday: TKD sparring
upon talking to the instructors, they have a firm belief in Chi. When asked about what they thought of Grappling and other different arts Quote:
"If I don't want to goto the ground I won't let them take me there."
Belt Test: This has to be the sorriest excuse for gaining a belt I've ever seen.
The Master (who again, does not instruct) Sits at a table in full gi, watches forms, one step sparring, and hapkido techniques (aliveness is frowned upon). Then after all of this there is sparring (by my watch 5 minutes) then Board breaking.
*They have created there own form of Kickboxing which I believe was called "KoYoHan Kong Po" which means "Calm Fear Kick Boxing"
First Year Cost
Tae Kwon Do/Hapkido
395 $(includes gloves)
870-1065$ (not sure if 195.00 went for this as well) (includes uniform and bokken)
BJJ Beginner FAQ, Artemis BJJ, GrappleThon.org (BJJ for Charity)
Posted On:10/10/2006 12:29pm
Style: Uechi Ryu
Run like hell......
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