Day 1 FAQ

Day 1 FAQ

I’m a total beginner, can I attend the classes?

Yes, our classes are aimed at people of all levels, whether you’ve grappled/thai boxed/wrestled for 10 years or have never been inside a gym, you’re more than welcome at Next Generation.

I’ve overweight/unfit, will this stop me from being able to train?

No. Training at Next Generation will help you overcome any weight/fitness issues you have through training. It provides an enjoyable outlet to exercise frequently rather than being stuck on a treadmill or bench press. One on One training/advice is at hand to help you progress through any problems you’re having.

What classes do you teach?

Currently we teach the following classes at Next Generation:
– Submission Grappling
– Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
– Wrestling
– Thai Boxing
– Boxing
– Mixed Martial Arts

What equipment do I need for the classes?

If it’s your first time or you’re unsure about whether or not the sport is for you, just come along with the minimum required equipment below. As you attend more classes, we do expect everyone to eventually buy the extra equipment for the safety of yourself and your training partners.

Minimum Requirements for Training:
– Shorts
– T-Shirt

Extra Equipment for Training:
– Mouthpiece
– Groin Guard
– Boxing Gloves

Where is the gym?

The gym is at 91 Kempston Street, Liverpool, L3 8HE.

Do I need to Pre Book my place in a Class?

No, everyone is welcome to train at any time at Next Generation, just show up 10 minutes before class is due to start.

Are private lessons available to help me progress quicker?

Yes, Private Sessions are available in hour slots, these can be for yourself or you and a friend. You will be given custom advice on how to improve your game quickly so that you can progress at a quicker rate. If you are having any issues in the normal group classes, always ask for help and you’ll be given it right away. Visit the Private Lessons page for more information, or contact us.

When can I start?

Right now! Ring us or call into the gym at any time and have a chat with the coaches, watch a training session or just get involved. We can’t stress enough that training at our gym is for everyone and we’re always happy to see new people getting involved in our sport.