Mastering Martial Arts Ep.14: The Cost of Martial Arts Training
One of the most common questions I get asked is “How much do your classes cost?” And that’s a great question to ask. After all, you need to know if you can afford classes long-term.
I’ve seen martial arts classes in Plymouth range from £3 per class all the way up to £200 per month. When I first started training 18 years ago I use to train four times per week and it cost me £56 per month.
And, honestly, the price of training martial arts hasn’t changed all that much. A decent martial arts academy will still cost you between £55 – £75 per month.
The problem is the price of a class doesn’t tell you anything about the academy, the instructors, or the service you’ll get. These factors (and a few others) should be taken into consideration before you make your decision.
After all, not all martial arts academies are created equal.
In episode 14 of Mastering Martial Arts, I cover everything you need to know about the cost of training martial arts and how to choose the right academy for you.
Mastering Martial Arts Ep.14
– You have to be able to afford the classes long term
– Not all martial arts academies are created equal.
– Consider the time cost as well as financial cost
– The best way to decide on an Academy is to try a free class
– Always ensure the instructor / academy has necessary qualifications and insurances
Ultimately, the best way to find out if a martial arts academy is right for you is by visiting them and trying out a class or two. This will allow you to experience their level of service and see if consistent training at their academy will fit into your lifestyle.
To get your FREE trial at Masters Academy Plymouth call 01752 262233 or visit https://martialartsplymouth.co.uk/start