Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is not a place for kids.
I realized my child was no not happy to be at Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and had to call it quits.
They don’t care for the kids only the money they get from the kids. Workouts for kids is not important at this gym. I have been told on numerous times to sign in for the membership of 30 days. I did not sign this membership and that frustrated Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and didn’t think I needed more expenses to pay for that time.
My child trained there two weeks at Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, to learn new skills, to learn the value of discipline, and to be positive, and learned the high-priced fees are not acceptable.!
The quality of workouts is poor, and the instructor does not spend time with the kids and skills taught are not based on self-defense, instead, workouts are focused on competitions.
Kids train in a small room and parents are not able to see the progress of their kids.
This frustrating and for parents but Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is not concerned about the parents seeing their kids’ progress.
Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a shady company for kids.
The facilities are small and of no good to kids.
No friendly face and pleasant atmosphere for kids to do workouts. Kids are not trained with professionals and don’t deserve to be treated as dollar notes.
A lack of control and customer care at the company is not a good place for kids.
This is not a place for kids to spend alone time on workouts.
Kids train but with no adult supervision. The instructor is never on the premises.
No staff can help with any information about the classes. I regret going there in the first place to have my son go through a negative experience it is not what I had expected from Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
I did not feel welcome at the practice. Kids don’t understand the scam behind the closed doors of Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
From what I experienced I don’t see anything positive and will not recommend Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to anyone interested in their such gym skill. I do not recommend the practice for the lack of interest they have for kids. They don’t show any interest in what the kids are working out at. Kids are started up at the beginning of their classes and are on their own with amateurs. Staff neglect to spend time with kids and the focus is on competitions.
There is no hygiene skill practiced at Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. People are not friendly, they don’t respect others, and above all the membership fees is their priority.
It is challenging for kids and when no one makes the kids a priority, and something is not right here.
The instructor is not qualified and does not encourage kids to have a set goal in workouts.
I am not pleased with the results of Alvarez Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The facility is not spacious for kids. Large groups don’t encourage free training spirit. The training mat is not big enough for all the kids. This makes workouts awkward.