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Martial Arts in Rugby

Fortunately, there are many options for you for Martial arts in Rugby. There are numerous different Styles spread all over the City.
First you must decide what it is you are looking for. If you are very new to the whole idea then you need a brief Education to explain some of those options available to you

Which Martial arts are available in Rugby? You name it - Karate, Kung Fu, Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Ju-Jitsu, Tai Chi, Krav Maga, and then there are also the more conventional systems such as Boxing and Wrestling.

What is the best of the Martial arts in Rugby, If I was to give my completely biased opinion, then I'd jump up and shout out "Ju-Jitsu of course" but it is really not that simple. Each system is very different from the next and each has it's own function. Every person is different, everyonr has their own needs and expectations.

There really is NO - "one style fits all".

Some styles are designed specifically for competition, other styles are Traditional which basically means that they are taught as close as possible to their original teaching, hundreds of years ago. And then there are the Self Defense Styles which basically have modernised the techniques and strategies to suit modern day Self Defense.

Some sytsems will actually overlap a little between the 3 functions but their main intention should become obvious.

Find Out What the Style is geared Towards Before you Commit yourself, I've noticed that many Martial Arts Clubs in Rugby will actually rope you in for a whole year with a Contract, so do be a little weary as you may find out after a few weeks that this really not for you. Then you end up with a monthly Bill that you can't shake off.

You should really do your due dillgence and go watch a few classes, speak to the Instructor, watch theb students in the class train. Find out if they are geared towards competition or modern self defense

More Questions - Decide how far you are prepared to travel to classes, how often they are held? How many students in the class? How many Instructor? Do adults and children train together? Do they give you a few trial sessions mto see if you like it? Is there a registration fee? Do you require a uniform?

If you want some advice on regarding Martial arts Rugby such as what style or Club may be best suited to you or your children, then please do not hesitate in contacting me directly, I spent many years in Boxing and Karate before starting Ju-Jitsu. I will be only too pleased to give you some advice. It's what we do!

I look forward to hearing from you.

Sensei - Malcolm Bale - Head Instructor (3rdDegree Blackbelt in Ju-Jitsu)

Family atmosphere at Ju Jitsu Rugby -

There is a family atmosphere in our school, and parents are encouraged to support the progress of their children. We encourage parents to take classes along with their children.

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The quality time spent together participating in Ju-Jitsu has proven to be tremendously beneficial in having a long lasting bonding effect.

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