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  • branseraf
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    What would be the average price for muay thai?

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  • Katriona1992
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    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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  • as_2011
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    K2 on Wellington kick-boxing program will run you about $1500 a year!

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  • judoka_uk
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    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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  • ShouBox
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    Thank you for all of your posts.

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

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  • battusai
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    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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  • Boneless
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    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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  • Lindz
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    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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  • bobyclumsyninja
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    RoninMMA
    613 596 0866
    [email protected]
    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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    613 612 9171
    Free introductory class
    1484C Scott St.(Upstairs) Ottawa, ON
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    613 728 0880 call to schedule free trial class
    mma, bjj, mma
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    ottowajudoclub.com
    Glen Cairn United Church
    140 Abbeyhill Dr.
    Kanata, Ontario
    [email protected]
    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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  • bobyclumsyninja
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    These guys really want you to check out their program
    http://martialartsottawa.com/programs/mma/
    FREE LESSONS ($195.00 value.) We are offering you two private lessons, .) During these lessons you will have an opportunity to thoroughly evaluate our program and we will have an opportunity to answer any and all questions that you may have.
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  • bobyclumsyninja
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    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.
    I'll look into some schools for you. Generally Boxing, and Judo are two of the cheapest. I'll take a look now, and list some things. (puts on google-fu cape and antlers - don't ask- )

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  • judoka_uk
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    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.
    They are both equally effective as stand alone martial arts.

    The one that will transition the quickest and the easiest to MMA is boxing. The one that will give you the most varied skillset coming into MMA - stand up grappling, throwing and groundfighting is Judo.

    Boxing is awesome and is the will be easy to apply in MMA. Judo is awesome, will be slightly harder to apply, but will give you the bigger skillset.

    Decided which of those two options you want to take and then go train as hard as you can.

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  • It is Fake
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    I wish I lived near some of you guys. Boxing with coaching is almost as much as BJJ out where I live.

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  • ShouBox
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    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.

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  • The_Beak
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    Boxing and/or Judo will give you the most bang for your buck.

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