Starting anything as a beginner is hard work. Whether it’s physical activity like BJJ or even something like a new job. It’s hard work and takes effort. But then what comes after can be even worse, becoming comfortable! That’s why I’m going back to the beginning.
I have been doing a lot of lifting recently to improve strength and retain muscle mass as I get older. As a qualified personal trainer and with all the strength and conditioning courses I’ve done I thought I was in a pretty good place to do this. But was I really looking at it from… Read more
Scramble the big British BJJ brand has recently brought out its third version of its Athlete gi. This new version the very popular Scramble Athlete currently comes in two colours, white and blue. My review is of the white version. As I was buying the gi and I prefer white gis.
In the first part of bjj beginner tips I explained some points that would help your motivation. In this part I am going to look at some of the more practical issues of training BJJ.
As the new year has started you may be considering starting BJJ or have just taken the plunge. But what are the things that you should know that no one ever actually tells you? I have pulled together some BJJ beginner tips from my own experience.