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Thread: Coming off the streets to a class without invitation - Please advise

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    Hey Wikwit,

    Yes just wear some comfortable workout clothes, board shorts and a t-shirt are fine!

    See you there

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    Yeah,shorts and t shirts are fine.We stock Faixa Rua gi's too if you decide you want to buy one.

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    Cool. Thanks again!

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    Wear stuff you don't mind getting ripped though, just in case!



    Also, when you get there, tell them you have come to challenge the black belt to a fight
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob T View Post
    Wear stuff you don't mind getting ripped though, just in case!


    A Caged Steel shirt is a good option

    Which London clubs did you try and call and couldnt get a reply ? just out of interest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bateman View Post
    A Caged Steel shirt is a good option

    Which London clubs did you try and call and couldnt get a reply ? just out of interest.
    I'd rather not say, Bateman. With all due respect, I'd like to keep it between me and them.

    In any case, it would be one less student for them and one more for the club once I've chosen to get affiliated with.

    Also, thanks for the tip regarding the CS shirt - I'll look it up.

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    [QUOTE=Also, when you get there, tell them you have come to challenge the black belt to a fight [/QUOTE]

    Haha.

    That's the fastest way to get a beat down.

    I remember those old chinese martial arts films wherein the guy kicks down the door and says to the class, "I 've come to challenge your master!"

    Gotta love those unsynced lip-dialogues...

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    I hate people who don't answer emails. It's a basic facet of running a business or club. Every punter is precious and getting them in the door in the first place is the hardest part of running a club or business.
    So I'm very surprised you have not got a response via the email route.
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    Lots of clubs don't reply to e-mails. I can only assume that they get loads of them and they all ask the same thing eg: "How much"? "Do you teach beginners"? etc.

    I suppose that unless they actually have a secretary it can be quite hard to keep on top of them.

    It's bloody annoying not to get a response though.

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    I try to answer every message I receive, no matter how many times I've heard the questions and no matter how infrequently the people actually do end up showing up.
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