10 Ways to Get Really Good at Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Fast (LIFE HACK)
Do you want to get better at Jiu Jitsu? Tired of feeling plateaued? How about speeding up the process a bit
ENCINO, CALIFORNIA, USA, Dec. 25, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Here are 10 proven ways to get better faster at BJJ. (LIFE HACK)
1. Start by finding a good BJJ training partner and live regularly:
A good BJJ training partner will help students learn, develop technique and practice regularly. If possible, find a more experienced partner who can provide feedback, hints and tips as you drill new techniques together. This is the key to being able to learn to make better “live” technical decisions.
2. Train consistently:
Consistency is the key. Make sure that when your students practice Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, do it regularly. The more consistent the students are with the training sessions, the better progress they will make in a short time. I would say train at least 3-5 times a week if possible.
3. Focus on specific techniques:
It is important to focus on mastering specific techniques during each BJJ training session rather than just trying to learn many different things at once. Choose one or two techniques that are comfortable and practice them until you are confident in the execution. Also try to stick to basic technique. Foundation strikes flares.
4. Attend seminars:
Attending a BJJ seminar is a great way to learn from more experienced practitioners, gain additional knowledge and quickly improve most BJJ skills. There are black belts that specialize in certain areas, such as leg attacks, guarding, armbars, etc… attending seminars appropriate to certain games can allow students to open doors to new areas of technical work.
5. Watch videos:
A great way to learn BJJ quickly is by watching instructional videos of high level Jiu Jitsu practitioners performing specific techniques or positions. BJJ students can use this information to improve the quality of their training sessions. Try and follow a few people on YouTube or Instagram who might have a similar game! It’s great to explore the various details that can help expand your ability to understand how you can improve.
6. Read books/articles related to BJJ:
Another great way to improve your skills quickly is by reading books and articles written by experienced Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioners. This will help Jiu Jitsu students understand the philosophy behind various positions and techniques, as well as provide a deeper understanding of BJJ in general.
7. DON’T be afraid to ask for help:
It is important to remember that Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a complex martial art and it can take some time to master the different positions and techniques. If you’re ever in doubt or need help with something, don’t be afraid to ask for help. If someone is caught by a particular technique, perhaps students should ask them how they did it or how it can be defended.
8. Experiment during rolling sessions:
A great way to test out new techniques and positions is by participating in rolling sessions with training partners or instructors. This allows us to gain experience in real situations and discover which techniques work best in different scenarios. Remember that we are in the laboratory when we are on the mat. Try new things and remember, remove the ego and have fun.
9. Keep good records:
Keeping track of the different positions, techniques and workouts performed will help monitor progress and ensure we are consistently improving. People have been known to keep diaries. It is also known that when something is written down, people tend to remember it better.
10. Have fun:
Finally, remember to have fun when practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. BJJ Students enjoy it much more if they don’t take it too seriously and just focus on having a good time.
By following these 10 tips, people can become very good at Brazilian Jiu Jitsu quickly and easily. Remember to train safely and train hard.
Matthew Gregory Troop
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