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FAQ(よくある質問)

FAQ

Q-1. I am not a very sports person; will I be able to handle it?

Yes, no problem at all.
Our students come from different countries and backgrounds, and you do not need to be good at sports in order to start BJJ.
The teaching atmosphere is very friendly and we are sure you will enjoy it.
What’s important is to step out your first step.

Q-2. Are there any restrictions regarding the age?

No. All age is welcome.

Q-3. I am a female. Would I be OK to start BJJ, too?

Certainly.
No matter what your goal is, for diet, or to get into a better shape, or even take it to the next level , we’ll be there to support you.

Q-4. Before I signing up for the membership, what do I need to bring for the application?

Please bring your bank account information (for ex: bank card) as membership fee is collected by Auto-Pay each month.

Q-5. Do I have to bring Gi (Training Jacket) to every class?

No, you don’t have to but a lot of our techniques taught in the regular class & beginner class are involved with GI, so it’s less fun not to wear one.

Q-6. Will I be asked to compete in any tournament?

No. We will suggest when we think you are ready for competition. However, you make the final call and we respect that. Competition and regular training are different from each other and both are recommended.

Q-7. Is it easy to get injured in BJJ?

You can get injured in any kind of sports so it’s difficult to say. However, BJJ is the very safety sports for a child to an elderly person.
We teach our student to respect and take care of each other on the mat, so the risk of injury is minimal. We also recommend our students to buy medical insurance.

Q-8. Are there any rules in the academy?

Yes, there are some basic rules, which we expect our students to follow.
1. Greetings. We expect each member to greet every time when they enter or leave the academy. Respect each other and the instructor.
2. Conflicts involving personal issues are not allowed in the academy.
3. No lending or borrowing money among members.
4. Train at your own pace. Tap out quickly but execute a submission slowly.