- Feb 8, 2009
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Nope. But that's caveat emptor again. I know quite a few parents who send their kids to McDojos and are just fine with it. They don't expect them to learn to defend themselves. They look at it like after-school activities.no it represents an organisation or federation who have tested that individual to a said standard. If that said person has not been tested by any such organisation then he/she is a fraud. Really that simple.
would you send your kids to a teacher you´ve never checked out?
Doctors are licensed. Martial artists are not.can you do the same as a medical physician? would that be fraud? If not then what would you do if because of his lack of qualifications you were injured?
Is it? Do you need a belt in a recognized style to defend yourself?there certainly is..but are they taking classes & charging money from students?
Training with a hard buddy in a home gym is not the same is it?