What Do the Masses Think of Our Classes? (Part 2)

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Tom Patire column
The rumor is that martial arts don’t work on the street or in a real-world environment. Backed by statistical studies and people who trash the martial arts, this has become one of the biggest negatives we have to face as school owners. We in our own profession don’t help the cause by trashing each other’s styles or by going on the internet and making fun of other systems like immature children. The public looks for a reason to sway them either way, and when they read this jealous junk, they decide not to train at all, thus shrinking our market. Another reason adults don’t take martial arts classes is that

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