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Testing for belts

Announcements · Posted on Jan 7 by Chris


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Chris on Jan 7

I’m doing the online academy, when should I contact an affiliate to test for my first belt? I Have been training 4-5 days a week for 5 weeks.

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Matt Wallace on Jan 8

Hey Chris! What affiliate are you closest to? I’d reach out to them and get a dialogue going on and they’ll be sure to guide you.

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Joseph Llausas on Jan 27

Mr Wallace I am also curious on this question. The nearest affiliated is 3 hours away in Los Angles. I’ve sent videos via email of myself working the pads and with my students. Haven’t heard back in a while. I’m about to start the Ninja 3 academy.

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Matt Wallace on Jan 28

Hi Joseph! I’m by no means a policy setter on this issue and this is just my opinion 😎 I’d contact PKG or BMT San Jose and get a relationship going with them. Let them know what you just posted and what you’re trying to do. I’m sure they will have a great response and work on a path towards rank and advancement with you! If you’ve been hitting the levels hard you should be in good shape to take full advantage!

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Fernando Rodriguez on Jan 30

I was told that testing was only for affiliates. So I’d be curious as how that works if you could only do online.

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Joseph Llausas on Jan 31

Awesome Matt. Thanks for the great advice. Sounds like a great excuse to take a road trip haha.