Posted On:4/21/2008 10:22am
Style: tang soo do
Overall great school with classes in muay thai, bjj and mma. One pro fighter (Ricardo Romero) and a few amateur mma/muay thai fighters.
Posted On:4/21/2008 10:31am
Do you train there?
Who are the BJJ, Muay Thai, MMA instructor?
Who were their instructors?
How large (sqft) is the school?
What equipment is there?
What are the class sizes?
What are the class times?
A little more detail, otherwise your review is utterly useless. The point of a review is to get a bit of a personal taste for the school which you cannot get from looking at the website.
Posted On:4/23/2008 10:02am
sorry this was my first time posting something like this.
i do train there and have trained there since the beginning of 2008
the muay thai and main bjj instructor is Brian Katz, but a pro muay thai fighter Jim Smith teaches the wednesday might muay thai class
the school is approximately 20x50 feet
the equipment there is mostly striking orientated: heavy bags, muay thai pads, gloves, shinpads, headgear, etc.
class sizes are usually around 15 students
Posted On:2/09/2009 6:04pm
Hi Fubak75! I'm looking for a good MMA school in Somerset County and found 3 that I like, one of them AMA. How much does the classes(unlimited) cost per month and the uniform? Thanks!
Posted On:3/26/2009 9:05pm
Style: looking for a school
What did you find out as far as costs, and did you end up training at AMA? I'm curious because I was looking into them as well.
Posted On:3/29/2009 7:48pm
I did join a month ago, considering the amount of exercises and techniques that AMA has to offer, including their reputation. It's a nice school with friendly atmosphere and students. And Brian Katz is easy to talk to and work with, including the students there. Their bjj, muay thai kickboxing, submission, grappling and mma are far the best that I've participated in. That's my opinion. I signed up for a 6 mo contract at $130 a mo with unlimited classes. You can call and talk to him about the different membership packages that he has, as well as what you want from AMA and what you're looking for. He might have something cheaper than 130 a mo, but it's limited in the amount of classes that you can go a week. It's well worth the money. And it's better than the other mma schools I've been around in central NJ. Him and his school is RGDA affiliated. Browse through his website. And the number their is his cell number. Call and talk to him. He offers new potential students 1 free class, so people can have the chance to see what his classes are like. It's fun and you sweat alot! Goodluck!
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