QUESTION: Is Jujitsu training three days a week (for adults) and two days a week (for children) enough?
ANSWER: Yes. Training three times a week for adults and two times a week for children offers a great workout allowing most people the opportunity to spend time with their families and friends. Where most martial arts classes run forty-five minutes to an hour in length, our adult classes are one and a half hours long, allowing our students to train for a substantial amount of time per week without having to eat up so much personal time. Because of the way we work out, training three times a week for adults and twice a week for children allows a student to progress at a solid rate.
QUESTION: What is the average size of a Jujitsu class?
ANSWER: Class size varies. On the average, class size is usually around 15-18 people. There are normally several black belts on the mat during a typical class
QUESTION: How much does it cost to train and do you offer multi-family member discounts?
ANSWER: Class fees are paid on a monthly basis and due at the beginning of each month. The cost for adults to train at the Valley Jujitsu School three times a week is only $120 per month (ages 13 and older) and $85 per month for youths (5-12 years of age). There is a one time only $25 registration fee for your first month. We do offer multi-family member discounts. Please ask the instructor for details.
QUESTION: How much does the Jujitsu uniform cost?
ANSWER: Jujitsu uniforms cost $60 and can be purchased from your instructor.
QUESTION: How long does it take to get a black belt in at the Valley Jujitsu School?
ANSWER: We want to be honest with you. You will not be able to get a black belt in a year or two at the Valley Jujitsu School. On the average, it would take a person between 4-5 years to get a black belt. Most students reach the intermediate level after approximately one year. Our standards are very high.
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