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Oh. And btw. If you are short of money start selling drugs.
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This was one of the things that I was thinking about. I was thinking of either going to their houses/place of choice or using my mates garage which has some mats. A bit budget and cheap I know.
Originally Posted by TRIBULUS
Plus the £5 price is just a number off the top of my head.
I haven't done any proper price checking but I think , most gyms would cost at least £50 to hire out a room with mats.
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I got some cheap-ish mats off of ebay a few years ago and I knew someone who got a stack of them from asking around schools.
I would say do it in your garage (borrow your mates mats), for convenience sake. £5 is silly money. £10 is a reasonable minimum. Any less than that and they won't appreciate what they're paying for and you'll have to work a morning just to be able to take your girlfriend to the cinema and Mc Donalds afterwards.
Its not his cup you can feel....
Remember you'll also need to get insurance. If someone you're teaching/rolling with suffers an injury then you'll probably have personal liability.
A lot to think about for 5 quid an hour.
I just want to echo that as long as you are honest and clear this with your instructor/coach then all the best. on the same note, why don't you discuss a mat-fee with your coach? you can charge £10 per hour (which is still very reasonable if not cheap) and pay your coach/academy owner half. That way, I think at least, you'd benefit from a professional mat and gym-insurance.
of course, the first thing you need to do is discuss this with him/her.
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what if they sign a waiver?
Originally Posted by Mike Bishop
A waiver is just helpful if you get sued. Something you can show to prove the person knew there were risks. A person cannot waive their rights, no matter what they sign.
Originally Posted by IjumpGuard
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Where you at, I'll give you a fiver an hour shit mate aye!
I trained in trad JJ for ten years and whilst I have now left that to dedicate myself only to BJJ, I have been going back couple times a year to teach BJJ.
I'm not a BJJ instructor but it is great fun running your own session and getting newbies to see the beauty of our sport.