Bad idea: Having two seperate fight teams training in the same gym, on the same evenings. With two coaches that dislike each other. Slander Back stabbing Trying to steal fighters Cowardly infantile behavior Petty complaints Glares All of the above have been the result. Martial arts training is supposed to be a release. A dojo is place to get away from the stresses of everyday life. To punch something, and work out. Friendly yet serious about training. A dojo should have a aura of harmony and professionalism. It should be clean, organized, and respected by all members. Maybe I'm wrong about what an ideal dojo is? I do my best to adhere to these ideals, but I seem to be the only one. Thinking about leaving this gym, because I am tired of having to work around and be distracted by another team. I don't know who on this forum would have good advice for me, but I'd much appreciate your thoughts.