Martial arts is a great way to personally develop and improve yourself both physically and mentally. Some people choose to push themselves by testing their skills and abilities against those of another martial artist and by doing so, they can become a stronger person and reap great benefits, and here's how!
One of the most common questions you will hear in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is "How do I get better at BJJ?" In this blog, I do my best to answer that question with my opinion on what the best training methodology is for the greatest improvement in BJJ.
How many times have you heard your friends or even yourself say, "I'm going to work out more often and get in shape this year" only to see them return to their old sedentary habits before January even passes. Using these 3 tips, you can make adapting to your new lifestyle much easier and observe your new habits seamlessly transition from being work to becoming part of your normal routine.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu teaches us more than merely self defense. Imagine, if you will, you are driving down the highway at 55 mph when suddenly, your tire blows out. Your car immediately begins to pull hard to the right into other lanes of traffic, and right away you feel your heart jump into your throat. How could BJJ possibly help with that?