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    Halp guys.

    Tell me of your experiences of moving to a totaly new town and re-finding your training. Have you done it? How did you do it? How did it go?

    I've got 19 years in martial arts. 13 of that in Wing Chun. Everywhere I look the training seems targeted at total newbies, with insane fees and binding yearly contracts. Meanwhile I'm not even sure the instructors will have anything to teach me.

    I could start over with somethin different like muay thai o bjj, but with this much time and knowledge invested in WC I want to take it futher. Not just dump it and move on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashaz View Post
    Halp guys.

    Tell me of your experiences of moving to a totaly new town and re-finding your training. Have you done it? How did you do it? How did it go?

    I've got 19 years in martial arts. 13 of that in Wing Chun. Everywhere I look the training seems targeted at total newbies, with insane fees and binding yearly contracts. Meanwhile I'm not even sure the instructors will have anything to teach me.

    I could start over with somethin different like muay thai o bjj, but with this much time and knowledge invested in WC I want to take it futher. Not just dump it and move on.
    where are you based now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckslayer View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ashaz View Post
    Halp guys.

    Tell me of your experiences of moving to a totaly new town and re-finding your training. Have you done it? How did you do it? How did it go?

    I've got 19 years in martial arts. 13 of that in Wing Chun. Everywhere I look the training seems targeted at total newbies, with insane fees and binding yearly contracts. Meanwhile I'm not even sure the instructors will have anything to teach me.

    I could start over with somethin different like muay thai o bjj, but with this much time and knowledge invested in WC I want to take it futher. Not just dump it and move on.
    where are you based now?
    Stockholm sweden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashaz View Post
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    Halp guys.

    Tell me of your experiences of moving to a totaly new town and re-finding your training. Have you done it? How did you do it? How did it go?

    I've got 19 years in martial arts. 13 of that in Wing Chun. Everywhere I look the training seems targeted at total newbies, with insane fees and binding yearly contracts. Meanwhile I'm not even sure the instructors will have anything to teach me.

    I could start over with somethin different like muay thai o bjj, but with this much time and knowledge invested in WC I want to take it futher. Not just dump it and move on.
    where are you based now?
    Stockholm sweden.
    Met a couple from Stockholm who run judo clinics. I'll get the name of the dojo from my dad, who will be headed there soon.

    edit: whoops, turns out they live in Gothenburg.
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    Start with something new!

    Fill the gaps, whats Wing Chum bad at?
    Start training what covers its weakness.

    Tho my all time favorite is Kendo.
    Swedenland treating you well?

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    Go for bjj mate, you wont regret it. Stockholm seems to have a plenty of good options for bjj from reputable teams.
    Last edited by Zavior; April 20 2019 at 01:02:14 AM.

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    BJJ is good fun, would recommend

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