Schedule & Cost

Welcome to Team Renegade

Training during COVID19 Restrictions which means no contact allowed unless with household members or people in your support bubble

1/ Maximum number will be 20 per class and we are asking people to start arriving no earlier than 5 minutes ahead of class

2/ When you come in. There will be markers on the floor whilst we temp check and register you

3/ Social distancing markers on the mats will help you to know where to wait for the class to start

4/ The classes will be approximately 50 to 55 min long allowing for people to leave at safe distancing intervals

5/ You need to come with your training clothes already on as the changing rooms will not be in use, although toilets can be used

6/ When the class is over you will need to leave immediately as we will need to clean and prep for the next class

7/ We hope that this goes without saying, but if you are experience any symptoms related to Covid-19, do not attend class. You will need to declare that you are in good health in the waiver before attending. Everyone’s safety is paramount to us and we want to do this properly

Please do bear with us. This is all very new to us. And I can foresee people getting frustrated. We are all in the same boat and we are going to try our hardest, please be patient with us

Waivers & Privacy policy must be filled and signed in before joining any classes:
1/ Waivers
2/ Privacy policy

For those interested in training with their household or support bubble, we have information on who is eligible below:

3/ Household / Support Bubble

BOOKING your class Online

Before booking could you please first make an account with PickTime (Please please do this otherwise it messes up our customer list when you book a class. You will also have your own calendar if you register)

This can be done by clicking the ‘sign up’ button in the top right hand corner of the booking page at 
Once you’ve made an account you can make bookings on the same page, which will go into your calendar for you to view.

For assistance please message us on


Team Renegade

Fitness 4 Life Gym Kings Heath

157a High Street, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7DG

Telephone: 0121 572 8958 (For the Fitness 4 Life Gym)

07950 896200 (For Team Renegade Manager)

E-mail: TeamRenegade

Classes at the Fitness 4 Life Gym are above Poundland on Kings Heath High Street, easily accessible with buses No50, No35 & No11 (outer circle)

The entrance to the gym is to the left of the Poundland entrance, follow the stairs up and through the two doors


DURING COVID19 Restrictions the prices will be as follows

The Monthly price includes full use of gym, weights & cardio equipment
£45 Students
£40 Women (no use of gym)

Please Read:

Refund policy – in the (hopefully unlikely) event that we do go into lockdown again during the month, we won’t be able to provide refunds, but will uphold your payment as credit for when classes resume again

81 thoughts on “Schedule & Cost”

  1. Hi Thomas, they are on Tuesdays and Fridays. Tuesday starts at 6:15 and Friday 6:30

    • I currently train in Leeds and they offer early bird classes at 7 am, I am moving to Birmingham for work in September, is there any chance you will be offering classes like this in the future? Thanks

      • No, not in the immediate future. The gym owners open at 10 am so we are tied by this timing. We did try a seven class but it was so poorly attended the gym owners did not want to continue opening at that time

  2. Is there a new class on mondays thanks

  3. Hi, is there only one no Gi class per week in the fitness4life above poundland: (wed at 12) Thanks.

  4. Hi,can you please confirm the timetable on here is correct? As I went in the gym and it was totally different. Can you confirm there is a day class on a Monday? Thanks.

    • sorry, don’t know if we replied to you. The timetable on here is the correct timetable. They’ve updated the system at the gym too. Sorry for the inconvenience, best, chiu

  5. Love_Jiujitsu said:


    love your website 🙂 great to know your not asking for minimum 6 month subscription via Direct debit 🙂

    What’s the turnout like at the Friday no gi roll? and does it cost £6?

    • hi jack, no contracts, if you enjoy training with us then it’s £6 a class, if you enjoy training lots with us then you can pay a monthly fee instead, and you can switch at your convenience.

      We usually get around half a dozen or more for the 11:00 am roll, but during Ramadan they’ll be a fair few missing

  6. Joseph Adams said:

    Hiya amazing website 🙂 can see the passion you guys have.

    Please can you let me know if the no gi grappling class’s in kings heath are still running?

    What will i need to attend a class? Sorry i am new to this and really haven’t got a clue and have never attended a martial arts class. Hope you can help guys.Sorry for the stupid questions 😀

    Many Thanks

    • Hi Joseph,

      Yes they are still running. Just as the schedule indicates. Best classes to attend are the fundamental ones, though you can attend the no gi ones if you wish. For submission Grappling: shorts & rashguard preferred but tee shirt will do. For all other classes you will need a gi/kimono. We can probably lend you a top

      • Joseph Adams said:

        Thanks , i guess I’ll try the Fundamental Gi Classes too. Finally who is currently instructing the No GI classes in Kings Heath? Is it still Mr Breese and Mr Miah?

        Many thanks Joey (Joseph)

      • Yes, unless they are away on training camps or competitions Tom Breese teaches on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday daytime, Chris Miah on Wednesday day and Friday evening. Myself and Tom Caughey on Monday and Thursday evening at Fearless.

  7. Joseph Adams said:

    Thanks for your help and information . I will be starting first week of April fingers crossed. Cheers Joey.

  8. Hi,
    There are different types of BJJ classes can you explain each of them please. Also what is Gi Class?

    • Hi Ubaid. The submission Grappling classes are without a Kimono. Dressed in either rashguard or tee shirt and shorts /spats you learn to grapple, control and submit your opponent. Similar to what you may see in mixed martial arts. The BJJ Gi classes are where you wear a Kimono similar to that in Judo, and you focus on controlling and submitting your opponent with the added use of gripping your opponents jacket or trousers. The Fundamental classes are all with Gi and are suitable for beginners, but you are welcome to attend any of the classes to see what suits you.

  9. Hi, I want to come and train but have never done BJJ before so don’t have a gi. Would that mean I’d be better starting with a no gi class or could I do a BJJ fundimentals class without one to start with before buying a gi if I like it?

  10. Also how much is just a session

  11. Hi, I’m a complete novice looking to do something in terms of martial arts, do you have specific beginners classes or do you just rock up to a regular class? Do you have to learn any Portuguese for the BJJ? Thanks.

  12. Will somerton said:

    Hi, i have been viewing your wensite about mma: kickboxing. I am a begiiner and have never done anything like this before. Is your classes for beginners or not? Can you please send some info over

    • Hi Will, the Fundamental kickboxing on Monday at 8pm and Thursday at 6pm is ideal for beginners. Before doing any of the mma classes you should attend the fundamental submission grappling or submission grappling classes

  13. Chevez Davies said:

    When can I come to start training and can I have one to ones lessons??

  14. I want to start this week, although I have only never done a little bit of boxing in the past. Will I need a gi before I come to the classes. Where can I get one from?

    Look forward to your response.

  15. Hi. I’m looking into trying something new / challenging and heard jiu jitsu was a brilliant sport to try. So the reason for my message is I just have a few questions about the best route to go.

    I’m limited to what I can do with work, I usually finish around 6:30 so would only be able to attend something in the evening.

    If you could get back to me I would appreciate it, cheers.

  16. Jack Byng said:


    Myself and a couple of friends are interested in enrolling at your club. We are hoping to drop into either a fundamental kickboxing or bjj class, within the next week or so.

    Is it okay to drop into any fundamentals class? Would there be an option to borrow a gi for the first class or two, until we can get our own? Also is there any parking near the gym?

    Thank you.

    • Hi Jack, yes please do drop into a fundamental class. If you have no experience at all the beginners BJJ classes on Monday at 6:00 pm Wednesday 8:00 pm and Saturday 10:30 am are better still, but you can do the fundamentals on top of that.
      and we can probably lend you a gi
      parking behind the gym, park further up the side street and it’s free, the parking I think costs until 7:00 pm


  17. Hi.

    looking to join up and try to attend classes as much as possible, just wondering how much extra per pcm is the team mma classes. also i’m a complete beginner if that makes any difference..

    • hi Jay if you are a complete beginner you won’t be doing the MMA Team classes. Beginners can only do the beginner and fundamental classes and some of submission grappling classes if they can keep up

  18. Hi,
    I apologize for this long winded 3 part question.

    1) I am interested in joining the Beginners BJJ, Fundamental Submission Grappling, Fundamental Kickboxing and Submission Grappling/Leg Lock Class. What will I need to start each class (uniform, forms to fill in etc) as I am away for two weeks so can order any items before I do start.

    2) What is the difference between Wrestling and Wrestling Drills and can a total beginner take part in both these activities along with the ones mentioned above?

    Also, am I correct in assuming these all take place in the Kings Heath gym?


    • 1/ you’ll need a BJJ Gi which we can purchase for you at £50, or you can get one yourself. Fill in forms to join gym, as the gym is included in membership
      2/ Wrestling drills should be just drills and therefore less taxing, but you will need to ask the wrestling coach. I should think so as we have a lot of beginners
      3/ Yes all in Kings Heath – we have three lessons in Hockley but over 30 in Kings Heath per week


  19. Hi guys,

    Are classes on as normal this week ??


  20. Hi, i was hoping to join as a complete novice for most of the evening sessions at the kings heath gym and was wondering if it was at all possible to have a look at one of the sessions before i start monthly payments? I also dont have a gi so would i have to get one in advance as well before starting any sessions?

  21. Hi

    I’m looking at coming to the beginners class on Monday. What do I need to bring? Would I need a gi ? Etc


  22. Hi, I was wondering if the day passes allow people to attend more than one class in that day, or if the day pass was only limited to one class?

  23. Hi, I’ve tried to come to the beginner’s BJJ class this past week to see what the sessions are like but there was apparently a power cut on the wednesday and the place seemed locked when I tried coming on saturday morning.

    Are the sessions on as normal at the gym for this coming week?

    • Hi Khalid, yes, we had to close unfortunately, and we apologise for any inconvenience caused to you. We are back to normal and whenever you are next free to try a beginners class, please do come down. Whoever is coaching at the time, just tell them you have come for a trial class.

  24. Amin Razaq said:

    Hi I came in today looking to sign up, but was told i would need to send an email to get all the information on how to sign up. Me and my cousin are looking to start as soon as possible.

  25. Hi, I’ve managed to have my free session at the BJJ beginner’s class this past Wednesday (which I enjoyed) and was hoping to sign up for the monthly (£55) membership. Do I pay this when I come in the next time or do I sort this out online? And how might I be able to set up a direct debit if possible?

  26. Are you membership prices monthly roll-on or is it a contract?

  27. Bruce white said:

    Hello how many MMA classes do you teach a week and does this include striking? I want to do the sparring for MMA and the drill classes but they are all during school times and yes him is good but I want to compete in MMA and of course can’t just have him as I wouldn’t be able to fight standup them

    • MMA is a combination of wrestling, kickboxing, boxing and bjj/submission grappling so if you do those classes first it would be better. The MMA classes are mainly for fighters already fighting.

  28. How much is the cost just for BJJ? Also I work late so I may be 15 minutes late to a session would that be okay or do you have to be on time

    • the month is unlimited training, no special offers no special deals. As a beginner in BJJ there are four classes you can attend, and not after long all the fundamental and submission classes too. It’s best that you make the class on time. Especially of you are just starting

  29. Jordan Wright said:

    My name’s Jordan Wright, I am looking to come to the fundamental BJJ situational tomorrow, is there any chance I can come and train and pay for the session or do I have to pay the BJJ monthly fee.

    Thank you

    Kind regards

    Jordan Wright

  30. I really want to sign up for the £55 a month membership with the classes I’ve found it quite difficult to actually sign up and start it, who do I speak to/pay. I want to attend the kick boxing classes (fundamental) also the bjj and various other classes. Is there somwhere in particular I need to go to pay or a link I can go to ? I have been in a few times to enquire but I’m not sure how to do so any help would be brilliant really like the facility and want to be a member

  31. Hello, i was just wondering is the Gi classes are the only ones available as a beginner or could i attend the no gi fundamental sessions?

  32. Chris Parsons said:

    Hi, I am new to BJJ, am I ok to just come along to a beginners class or do I need to book in advance?

  33. John stones said:

    Do you teach boxing as well?

  34. Anderson said:

    My son is 12 yrs old can he come to any of the classes thx

  35. Samuel Pollard said:

    Hi I’d love to learn BJJ but I’m only available in the mornings how would I be able to get on to these classes? Thank you 🙏🏼

    • For the moment our classes have been suspended until we are allowed to re open. After which we hve to see what classes we are allowed to run and in what format. Please contact us when gyms are fully up and running again, best

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s