rollwithit wrote:are they any good??
Genghis wrote:One very brief caution - I'm guessing that you're newish to Jiu Jitsu in general. Whilst both clubs practice serious grown-up Jiu Jitsu, and neither will have any problem with you cross-training: the styles and some of the techniques, terminology and formality will be fairly different. This just means that you'll get a bit confused by the differences - but we don't mind if you don't, and most Jiu Jitsu students do confused a reasonable amount of the time anyway!
I look forward to seeing and training with you in Marlow sometime.
For example If I trained at the Marlow club I would only make 3 out of 4 classes-I don't know if that would be enough to progress
rollwithit wrote:Thanks for the answers.My major problem is that I work shifts and which ever club I train at I would not be able make every class.For example If I trained at the Marlow club I would only make 3 out of 4 classes-I don't know if that would be enough to progress.
G'day I live in New Zealand so I'm afraid Reading/Maidenhead is a bit out of my area However, I can provide recommendation for Genghis - in my opinion it would be well worth your while popping in to visit him - he has shown himself to be an honourable gentleman of humble yet wise character and reputation - and, no, I am not being sarcastic .. straight up .. go along .. it'll be worth itrollwithit wrote:Hi all
anybody reconmend a club in the Reading/Maidenhead area