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    #16
    RoninMMA
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    3059R Carling Ave.Ottawa, Ontario
    Beginners are encouraged to take part in our trial program, which includes a 1/2 hr one-on-one private and two 1 hr classes. This will give you the foundation to enter into our programs confidently.
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    1484C Scott St.(Upstairs) Ottawa, ON
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    ottowajudoclub.com
    Glen Cairn United Church
    140 Abbeyhill Dr.
    Kanata, Ontario
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    Potential new members are welcome to try our classes for a week for a nominal $20 fee to determine whether Judo is right for them.
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      #17
      Originally posted by ShouBox View Post
      Which of boxing/judo do you think will prepare me for MMA more? I did TKD before btw, if that matter. Or another question would be, which of these are more effective when stand-alone?

      I live in Ottawa.
      At some point you will have to fill in the gaps if you want to compete in mma.

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        #18
        I think this is more country related,

        i know decent MMA schools 20 euros a month
        and i know kickboxing schools 45 a month

        independent schools are mostly cheaper than fitness intergrated enz

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          #19
          Kyokushin. The place I currently train at is cheaper than the boxing place that I trained at (don't know if this applies to your area), though not as cheap as Judo. But hey, I prefer low kicks over throwing somebody :P

          Do you want to grapple or do striking?

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            #20
            Thank you for all of your posts.

            When you guys say "boxing" are you referring to kickboxing as well?

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              #21
              Originally posted by ShouBox View Post
              When you guys say "boxing" are you referring to kickboxing as well?
              No, because they're two separate arts.
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                #22
                K2 on Wellington kick-boxing program will run you about $1500 a year!

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by ShouBox View Post
                  Which styles tend to have cheaper prices(compared to other MA) for classes?

                  I want to take a MMA class but if I can't find one that has a price compatible with my income I'd have to settle with something else for the time being.
                  boxing, wrestling and judo.

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                    #24
                    What would be the average price for muay thai?

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