MKG Seattle is a great place to train. Most of the focus is on FMA but there is also enough MMA classes for a fanatic, and JKD fundamentals for the TMA enthusisat. For the most part MKG Seattle is a non competition but supportive any one trying to compete. Over all MKG is a great place to train in Seattle.
Thanks for reviewing your school!
It appears that some of the rankings may fall outside of the suggested guidelines found here.
- Weapons: 10: Superior excellence. Regular (quarterly or less) skill testing via full contact, full range fighting, minimum safety equipment. (Pain, Blood, bone breaking and/or death)
This level of contact intensity, at this interaval is very rare. If this is indeed a regular feature of your school though, I would certainly be interested in more information!
Thanks again for your review. Any assistance you can lend in maintaining a uniform rating system is greatly appreciated.
- Striking: 10 Superior excellence including A-level competitors/instructors
Your instructors all seem to be very well qualified, however, none of them appear to be recognizable as "A-level competitors", nor do their credentials appear to indicate such. Does your school host guest instructors regularly?
Last edited by sdave; 9/08/2007 12:09pm at .
Reason: No response from OP. Will remove scores when OP revises his.
Originally Posted by jnp