Discussion in 'OT Bar' started by geekboy, Jan 7, 2010.
Orange County, Sew Cal
$75/month for BJJ and Judo only
Instructors: Juliano Prado and Adriano Nasal
Work too much with a weird schedule, got some shitty mats at home for when anyone actually wants to roll.
$0 a month, because it is to much to pay for all my shit and train on a daily basis.
Instructors: Cage crew
I pay 100 a month. I think it's a student price. Non students pay more.
It's good instruction, but IMO the mat is a bit small.
59 muay thai
BJJ only. Unlimited
150 unlimited bjj/judo/kickbox/xfit
where do you train?
yeah, i dont talk about how much i pay.
i'd pay out of my ass if i didn't get 3 other people to sign up with me + military/leo/student discount
sucks.. thought you were with check mat
It's not like I'm (we're) complaining. I think the mat is small, but it is a small school, and the instruction and people IMO are great.
Honestly, I feel a little hesitant to tell you. I have this weird feeling that the info will bring alot of cagers over and they'll all want to roll with me and break my arm And they probably will cause I suck.
But I go to a place in Walnut/Pomona. It's in one of those gray areas where it's in either city depending on usage... It's around where the 57 and the 60 meet.
$45/month for BJJ 3x week
Inexperienced coach, but he knows more than I do, which is the important thing
i'm gonna stake that place out and come rape you
just camp there and tell the instructor you only want to roll with him.
$50/month - 7 days a week judo and jiu jitsu. Black belt training in both
$50 a month for JKD
once a week, 2 hour classes.
Usually about 4 people in class.
$0, it part of a Student Club where I work at
$95 a month. unlimited MT and boxing.
Chris.... e mail me mother fucker!
$110/month - Judo only, but that is the price for me and both of my boys. Like Drag, it is all geared towards black belt instruction.
$60/month for just me, at the same place as brock3931.
Plus an annual $45 fee for USJA.
Nothing because Los Alamos sucks and I don't/can't drive to ABQ.