Elite Martial Arts self-defense is not enjoyable, and I tried for two weeks to be familiar with the performances.
The one-hour classes were challenging and I had enough of these classes.
I did not enjoy the classes, and the services were different from the classes at Elite Martial Arts.
People at Elite Martial Arts do not prioritize their clients.
I am disappointed in how Elite Martial Arts work as a team. They don’t care about how clients are coping with classes. The environment is not what I thought from the classes I had for two weeks.
Values are important and at Elite Martial Arts, they don’t think about values for their clients. The instructors are not confident and need learning of a positive attitude to become stronger with new techniques. I enjoyed the classes and had enough by two weeks at Elite Martial Arts.
I followed simple techniques and learned to persevere, to be positive, mentally and physically, and to be able to set goals to at any limit and was not feel safe on my own. But I did that without their help. The classes were motivational, and I preferred to be on my own.
There are not many options for Elite Martial Arts. Coaches have a small number of classes, and they improvise on that.
Clients don’t feel focused on classes it is not what they enjoy.
I do not recommend Elite Martial Arts for clients since what they have to offer is not engaging to clients.
It is of poor choice and less advertising in their classes.
Coaches do not encourage better skills to clients.
Classes are challenging and not every client wants to perform these classes at Elite Martial Arts.
I don’t recommend Elite Martial Arts for not providing what clients need for their classes.
Clients need to feel important, need to feel protected, safe and away from the bad stuff like bullying from other kids and to be a priority to Elite Martial Arts.
I do not recommend Elite Martial Arts for the lack of skill to train classes at.
Routine is key and I don’t see this at Elite Martial Arts. The people work together as I have experienced at the studio but do not make the focus of the client a priority.
I am not pleased with Elite Martial Arts for the slow-developing training skills for clients and saw at firsthand the staff with clients and trying to make the facility a practical one for clients. I don’t recommend the Elite Martial Arts.
Elite Martial Arts wants to give clients classes to form strong characters and to live positive lifestyles and this is at any age. Clients need a good environment, and this is not found at Elite Martial Arts.
To build character and confidence in clients through martial art classes is the main focus at Elite Martial Arts.
They need great skills to engage clients at Elite Martial Arts.