The Fifth of 5 Phone Tips – Questions to Ask when Calling about a Kickboxing Class in Boca Raton

Looking for a quality kickboxing class where you get a great workout and also learn valuable self-defense and personal safety?  Try 2 FREE WEEKS at the Boca Raton Karate & Kickboxing Academy.  Call today for a complimentary intro class.  561-926-1846   www.BRKKA.com

We’ve provided 4 tips over the  last few days that will help you determine where to take kickboxing classes and what to look for in a martial arts studio or gym.  We’ve covered price, number of classes included in what you pay, understanding the advantages and commitments of a contract and also the commitments of time and expense where you choose to kickbox.

Tip #5 is all about quality.  Quality includes the experience and knowledge of instructors and their background/certification as well as the quality of the facility – cleanliness, equipment, number of years in business for stability and more.

Both gyms and dojos come and go with great frequency.  Everyone has experienced or knows someone who has experienced a membership for a business that has gone under.  It’s frustrating and can become very expensive.  It has created great caution on the part of the consumer when it comes to joining a sports facility.

Ask lots of questions about the background of both owners and instructors.  Are your martial arts instructors black belts in the practices they are promoting?  Do they actually teach themselves or do they have assistant teachers?  How long has the facility been in business?  How many members train there?   Lots of dojos promote multiple styles of martial arts – make sure they actually teach the specific style that interests you.

And once you have made your short list to visit, check out the facility carefully.  Make sure it’s clean and the equipment is quality.  Check out the other students training and make sure they are of the same mindset.  Google the instructors and owners to see what others have to say about them.

Finally, ask if you can actually experience a few classes before signing up.  Lots of facilities offer a free class or trial period… but be aware…..  Sometimes these free intro classes are more about convincing you to sign a contract than to let you experience a true class.   Make sure you are actually experiencing the class you are signing up for.    Enjoy!

Looking for a quality kickboxing class where you get a great workout and also learn valuable self-defense and personal safety?  Try 2 FREE WEEKS at the Boca Raton Karate & Kickboxing Academy.  Call today for a complimentary intro class.  561-926-1846   www.BRKKA.com

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