John Broderic Karate and Self-DefenseTraining
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John was great, he came early, spent extra time with our staff, and was a great resource!Aug 24, 2017
Terrific, articulate coach for practical self-defense techniques for my 16-year old daughter to understand, practice and excel at also for a good cardio workout. He's super nice and very knowledgeable about different techniques and what works best for her.Apr 17, 2017Verified
He was great! No complaints at all! Can't wait for the next lesson.Sep 19, 2016Verified
Incredibly knowledgeable. Creates a program perfect for you. First lesson and I knew it was going to work out. I work with him weekly now and I had no clue I'd get to the level I'm at in such a short time. He charges about $50 dollars an hour so honestly, just book an appointment and see for yourself. He's the best.Jul 24, 2016Verified
John is very experienced and has a wealth of knowledge. He gave us demonstrations, practice, and lots of situation play. I would recommend him highly. He knows what he is doingJul 21, 2016Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Self-defense and karate lessons start at $50 per hour for up to two students. Group and seminar rates vary depending on the size of the group or the frequency of meetings.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?New students and I discuss their motivation for training, degree of experience, and program goals at our first meeting. We also assess their level of physical fitness and address any health concerns that could impact the curriculum. The first lesson or seminar begins with a demonstration of safe training protocol. Students learn how practice techniques without hurting themselves or their training partners. The fundamental aspects of self-defense are also introduced at the first lesson. Students learn basic techniques right away. This allows students to leave the session prepared to protect themselves and with an understanding of how the training will progress. It also allows us to better assess the proper pace for training.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a black belt level karate and self-instructor and former corrections officer.