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Planning Your Martial Arts School

The Rent Market for Martial Arts Schools

Interview with the Lease Coach Dale Willerton In case you don’t know my full history I worked for landlord’s managing and leasing commercial properties for many years only to realize it was Tenants that needed my help, not landlords.  In 1993 I quit landlords and...

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The Ugliest Fitness Apparel

Do you think the gi hurts or helps to promote martial arts to adults?Play to listen. This was heard by approximately 14-million listeners.The Gi is not an issue with kids as much as adults. One of my schools was next to an aerobics studio. I was at lunch with the...

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Summer Camp Insurance

It's very important if you're holding a summer camp, to reach out to your agent and make sure that your current insurance policy will cover the summer camp. Your martial arts insurance agent needs to know how many students are going to come and how many hours of...

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A Typical Martial Arts Summer Camp Day

A Typical Martial Arts Summer Camp Day Structure two classes per day each day with one class at 10:00 a.m. and the other to coincide with your after-school program from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm. On field trip days, you may only want to do one class for a total of 8...

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Your Martial Arts Curriculum–Inadvertent Deception?

Have you ever had a prospect come to you and ask, “Do you teach [your style]? Me neither, with the exception of people who had trained before. Most students know nothing about styles. They especially don’t know the complexity that most styles pride themselves in....

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