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Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by KillerKimura, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. KillerKimura

    KillerKimura White Belt

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    There's a place that has a mat, but no classes/instructors.
    Open 7 days. You can go train as long as you want. Shower/locker room provided.
    How much would you pay a month to just show up and roll?
     
  2. KaosX

    KaosX Banned Banned

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    Well...you could always do David Meyer's program....but you'd need to seek out partners. $20 a month if there's no classes is what I'd pay for padded floors.
     
  3. Spure2003

    Spure2003 White Belt

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    That sounds like the right price.
     
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    An end for Purple Belt

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    30 bucks a month at most. It's not really my kind of place, though.
     
  5. Stratamagnus

    Stratamagnus Blue Belt

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    I think there would need to be some supervision or structure.
     
  6. curb1850

    curb1850 Green Belt

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    I'd pay $20 as well, but wouldn't stop formal training. I'd obviously want some good people to roll with.
     
  7. mtruitt76

    mtruitt76 Purple Belt

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    Would really depend on who else was showing up.
     
  8. MMA_Fan

    MMA_Fan Brown Belt

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    I guess it depends on your level. If you aren't formally trained, then what is the point. Without formal training, it is more or less just Backyard Jiu Jitsu. On the other hand, if you are trained, and just looking for some extra rolling time, then $20 a month sounds reasonable to me too.
     
  9. redaxe

    redaxe Silver Belt

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    $0 because I can already do that where I train, plus there is an instructor and classes.

    This is kind of a bad idea in practice I think, because of the liability of having untrained people grapple without supervision.
     
  10. mrpopenfresh

    mrpopenfresh Red Belt

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    I would only pay if it was part of a gym.
     

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