[VIC] 1 Year Free Pass to All Our Kung Fu Classes [Melbourne] - JGK Martial Arts

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This is The Ultimate Incredible deal from a Martial Arts school!

As part of a once off very generous promotion, we are offering a 1 Year Free Pass to all our Kung Fu classes situated in Maribyrnong next to Highpoint Shopping Centre. There are No Obligations, No Joining Fees, No Hidden Costs. We love to give this a WOW factor, a once off trial pass! Please note spots are limited per class. Currently 42 spots left.

*This offer is real and open for anyone interested in learning a martial art.
*Note under liability issues, the classes do not take students under the age of 15.

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    Hi OP. Is there a max age limit? I think in the past it was for people between the age of 15-35, is that still the case? (Ie: from this previous deal)

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    A whole year, that is an absolute bargain. I think every youngster should learn self-defense or end up like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_vvI26NnwE

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    We like to see prices. Bargains have prices. 簧 穢

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    How much is it if you want to do more than the 1 free class per week? What style of kung fu is this?

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    Careful you don't train any APEX gang members so they can bash civilians and rob them

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    Ozbargain Fight Club, I want to fight the power users.

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    Interesting, might sign up. Do I need to have previous experience? What are your weekly schedule of classes? I only can see only Saturday training for 1.5hr only on your website. Surely there is more classes than 1 per week? thanks

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    What a great offer. I have signed up.
    Watch-out bad guys… :D

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    Our classes are catered for people from the age of 15 to 40

    Too old to be there

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      hmmm.. I thought martial arts and all sports should not be age specific. Randy Couture was still actively fighting in UFC till 45yo. Me think that is very discriminatory. Just checked their website and has "We welcome all individuals", they should put a footnote - as long as you are between 15 to 40. lol. Highly discriminatory.

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        It might be an insurance thing I'm guessing . Could always have you sign a waver if over 40 and still want to do it though.
        Tai Chi has many older practitioners, and some of the old Shaolin monks are amazing at Kung Fu. They should allow people over 40, even if they need to sign an insurance waver or something.

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    The first year is wax on, wax off technique window cleaning. Be like water.

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    I highly recommend you guys try this, did it for over 3 years before I struggled to find time and due to personal reasons.

    What you learn, it's amazing. If you think it's silly, then go for one lesson to see how 'real' it is.

    You get a workout, it's friendly, you will learn useful techniques and you will feel confident.

    Everyone is welcoming and there's no pressure. I was a slow learner and they still had the patience with me.

    I'm glad I made the jump when it first started.

    It has my highest of recommendations and these guys are pretty much giving up a small part of their Saturday to teach you for FREE!

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      did they make you polish the floor board and paint their wall?

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        No mate, that's what you pay the venue for ;)

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          but i thought it's free. I heard from me friend that the student were made to polish car, floor board and paint the house in return of free martial arts.

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            @h4zey: Haha, you're funny.

            For the 3 years I was there, not once did they make us clean anything.

            Sometimes on special occasions, or someone's birthday, they will bring in cake and snacks.

            They would always be the last there and clean up after everyone.

            So, I can appreciate the humour in your post, but just in case someone took it seriously, had to respond. Especially, when you're trying to use an anecdotal.

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    Amazing offer, looking forward to trying it!! Is it ok that I don't have availability every Saturday?

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      That's fine. They usually have catch up sessions within the class, separate to those that might need more help from others that attend regularly or are more advanced.

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    UFC here I come

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    Took the same offer last year. Learning kung fu was fun until they introduced lion dancing into it which they continued doing in every class. We got over it and stopped going. Their main intention is to introduce lion dancing with the kung fu classes so people would still come for the kungfu. They took 1 hour of kung fu training off and changed that hour to lion dancing which put us off! The steps were pretty hard to follow in lion dancing. But loved the kung fu circuit training. It was so fun and they were very professional when they were teaching/showing us new moves and techniques.

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      Sounds like the kung fu is only a the 'click bait' for them to recruit people into lion dancing. Cant see how else 1 year 'free' training could be financially viable for any business. I'm guessing after 6 months it will all be lion dancing training only

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      Is it good for self defence tho?

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    Can confirm. Accidentally became kung fu master.

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    Beware comrades! This could be an insidious front for the dastardly cult of the Falun Gong. Falun Gong are eager to brainwash you into following their non-approved cult practices.

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      Not sure what you're on about, but tell the Doc the drugs aren't working.

      And who the hell approves cult practices anyway?

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        dude i think the drug is working, and whatever it is he is taking, it must be some good sh*t. share it to your comrades please!!

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    Signed up and see how it goes.

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    Sounds like sifu needs some free sparring partners.

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    I know Kung Fu

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    "give me 10!" Donnie yipman yen

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    When do classes start ?

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    Hi I have a question, will one year be long enough to learn good self defence? Also is it good if you get into a fight? Thanks

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      Don't get into fights.
      It really is not that hard. Martial arts is for exercise and self-defence not for getting into fights.

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        Yeah thats what I mean like self defence if someone attacks you

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          Ok. You did say "is it good if you get into a fight?"
          Self defence means you need to avoid, even if the are goating you to "get into" a fight. Then as very last resort, 1 can use 'reasonable force' still only the minimum necessary given the circumstances.
          Basically got to walk away, even if people are callinv you soft or whatever, else you can be up on charges, especially once you have formal martial arts training, judge will throw the book at you, even if the other person throws first punch etc.

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    Only 42 spots left
    Edit: You have to fight for your spot

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    Looks like an awesome deal. I hope something like this happens in Adelaide.

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