Posted On:1/07/2012 3:24am
its 2 classes per week though, each an hour long
By the Hoary Hand of Hoggoth.....
Posted On:1/07/2012 3:42am
Style: JKD & Mok'bara
That makes it a tad more pricey, but not unreasonable at $16 per session assuming the coaching is decent.
How much time do you go out to either the cinema or the bar or to eat out? I find it helps if you put the cost in perspective against other "luxuries" that are not as beneficial.
Also, how bad do you want to train?
Posted On:1/07/2012 4:05am
i've always wanted to train, im not old enough to go to the bar, and me myself, i am picky on what i spend my money on. my parents don't want me doing martial arts, they said if i wanna do it, i need to pay for it myself, so im willing to do that, but 1 hour classes, for 16$ i need to go and find out what other things/benefits come with it, or even if i can get a deal where instead of paying for 1 month at a time, i can pay for the whole year, some dojo's let you do that, and you save about 200-300$
Posted On:1/07/2012 4:08am
i've always loved martial arts, but my parents always prevented me from doing it, but now im old enough to make decisions in what activities i wanna do. they wanted me to do soccer or some other sport like basketball. im not a violent child or anything, i just always loved martial arts.
Posted On:1/07/2012 4:18am
You might be able to chat to them about a "drop in" basis or reduced rate - you don't ask, you don;t get!
Posted On:1/07/2012 4:20am
ill ask if they can give me a deal, im a student too, i dont have much money lol
Posted On:1/08/2012 12:12am
kinda nervous, im going on monday for a free class, what should i expect? is there anything i need to know? i did a lot of research on different martial arts, and especially muay thai.
Posted On:1/08/2012 12:23am
Just relax, have fun and do what you are told!
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