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.
The benefits of cold exposure are a big thing for recovery at the moment. I am aware that there is some mixed research on the effectiveness of cold exposure on recovery. However I have been practising cold exposure (cold shower therapy) for the last 6 months or so and this is my experiences with cold… Read more
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.
If you are a regular IBJJF competitor you know how important it is to be able to pass gi check. We have all had that nerve racking minute while you find out if you’re allowed to move forward to the mat. Well now you can check your own gi at home. You can actually print your… Read more