Originally Posted by CRisCO
avoid a term contract also.
Why is that? Just curious because that is their preferred method. He says this helps keep the students coming on a regular basis and don't take a couple of classes and then quit. What I have asked him is if I can get a discount for paying like 6 months in advance instead of signing a contract.
Just a little update here...I started the class last week. I opted for a few private lessons to try and catch up with the class a little. With my background in boxing, I breezed right through the fundamentals and went straight into Muay Thai technique. He says I'm further along than a lot of the guys in the class, so I will start the regular classes probably in the next week or so. My cardio sucks!! I workout 3 days a week and (until I hurt my knee earlier this year) run quite a bit. But I quickly found out that I was not in as good of cardio shape as I thought. I'm sure this will be like BJJ though and it will force my cardio to catch up quickly.
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