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How much would Judo/BJJ lessons be?

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by AncientEnemy, Oct 10, 2010.

  1. AncientEnemy

    AncientEnemy Emelianenko, Fedor Emelianenko

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    I live near Fort Worth and am considering taking some judo/bjj/kickboxing classes but was wondering if anyone had heard of Travis Lutter's Camp? He has a few in town and wanted to see if anyone had an opinion on his training. Or should I start at a smaller dojo and become experienced in one martial art at a time? How much are lessons? I know I could call or go up there but wanted some input on what to look for from here.
     
  2. 214***

    214*** Orange Belt

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    Screw that place. :D
     
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    214*** Orange Belt

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    You should just go th their free introductory class and see how it is.
     
  4. juji gatame**

    juji gatame** Brown Belt

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    Go train at Brock's Death Clutch gym.
     
  5. BuenoEx

    BuenoEx Yellow Belt

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    Lutter is a solid black belt. If you're near Keller check out Roberto Kaelin's gym. He is a Carlos Machado black belt as well and is a great coach.
     
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    cccre Green Belt

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    i think most places in my area are $60-150/month.

    $60 is only because I'm friends with the MT/BJJ trainer.
     
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    nefti Red Belt

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    train at the place that fits within your means.
     

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