Would be if they had any idea what they were choosing between, in my experience 99% of beginners wouldn't have a clue, so the option is basically down to, "when can I make it", "who is cheaper", (which is still an option I suppose ).Isn't having two Shotokan clubs giving the student an option?
Makoto wrote:yes it could happen, but again that is individuals being rude. How is it wrong to set up at the same facility. If I want to teach my brand of shotokan karate, then I am going to do it. No one controls a facility.
This is almost like a gang mentality. This is our turf, keep out. lol
It is not a gang mentality, it is good business sense
zenyoga wrote:Karate was never meant to be a money making business and yet there are those in it strictly for financial reward.
simon wrote: I visited alot of old friends with established Dojos and there is an abudance or McDojos everywhere "no real style just Karate" What is going On
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