ScrmnDuc Posted June 19, 2012 Report Share Posted June 19, 2012 Well I've been lurking around here for over a year now, so....... Hi all, I got lucky and managed to get in on the resent school at Barbers. My work scheduled allowed me to attend and I was able to sign up last minute. 2 days of class and I even hung out for a little on both days of the camp that followed. In the future I will try to do the camps but will take whatever I get. My observations between regular class days and camps. The regular class days are rather busy and moving at a quick pace, with some downtime shoved in between each drill. This was a good opportunity to think about the next track session and meet some of the other students. It was also nice to see several of the same people for the 2nd day. Camp days are from an outsiders (not student) point of view. Things moved at a quick pace but seemed more relaxed. From watching there was more time spent with the students after each session. Not as many students = more time + 2 more track sessions each day. If you are thinking about attending a school but undecided upon regular class or camp, I would let the money determine the outcome. Yes, camps cost more but there is more to be had. If I had it to do over again would I have picked the camp over regular class for my first outing? Probably. But now I have a good feel for how things operate and have a better understanding of the class flow. 2 strokes scream and Duc's are Duc's. Jeff Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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