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Old 01-23-2010, 04:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know of any mma/bjj/muay thai/kick boxing or boxing gyms/schools around or in Somerset County New Jersey? i've been looking all day and all i find are the same crappy taekwondo schools i went to when i was ten where we played tag...

I was a "junior black belt star" and about 6 months from testing for a taekwondo black belt.

I'm also 15 turning 16 this august so its tough. Too young for adult classes too old for kid stuff. So if anyone knows a place or can help sort out please id appreciate it.


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does this place look good?
http://www.shraimsboxing.com/

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Old 02-01-2010, 12:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Does anyone know of any mma/bjj/muay thai/kick boxing or boxing gyms/schools around or in Somerset County New Jersey? i've been looking all day and all i find are the same crappy taekwondo schools i went to when i was ten where we played tag...

I was a "junior black belt star" and about 6 months from testing for a taekwondo black belt.

I'm also 15 turning 16 this august so its tough. Too young for adult classes too old for kid stuff. So if anyone knows a place or can help sort out please id appreciate it.


EDIT:

does this place look good?
http://www.shraimsboxing.com/
Go visit them and see for yourself man. if you're new to the sport, doesn't matter which class you go to younger or older just start learning and when you think you cant get anything out of one class ask the coach to take you to the higher/older class.
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Old 02-01-2010, 10:11 PM   #3 (permalink)
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does this place look good?
http://www.shraimsboxing.com/
I skimmed the ad and the place advertises the right stuff in my opinion. At the very least it looks like a good place to start. Sign up for 6-9 months and go from there. Give it an honest try.
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