TRAINING BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu offers a wide variety of health benefits more than just for the body, but also the mind.
As a martial art that places emphasis on grappling methods and utilization of submission holds that involves particular chokeholds and joint locks.
BENEFITS OF TRAINING JIU JITSU
The first major benefits of training Jiu Jitsu is an increase in stamina. Because of the longer duration of training and the physical demands placed on the body, you will notice an increase in overall stamina. The next benefit that many noticed is an improvement in strength. Strength is important for applying various techniques. While strength is an added benefit, an increase in flexibility and endurance is also noticeable. Training in a beautiful, calming location can help you handle your stress. Through working out your mind and body, BJJ will help to expand your overall feeling of wellbeing.
Jiu-jitsu is a lot about respecting you teacher or master because if you don’t respect them you might have difficulties with learning from them.
Never over-estimate or under-estimate yourself and always remember the point from where you started.
Ask as many questions as you can to clarify all ambiguities.
Be mentally flexible. Don’t be rigid on styles and approaches, rather go for new approaches, and try new styles. Conditioning yourself is very important. It is a part of adaptability.
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