Organizing your Jiu-Jitsu training can greatly increase its effectiveness. One of the simplest ways is the 3-Step method. This is a very basic, yet very powerful method. I’ll give you the framework and you can work out the details.
In this episode of Face to Face, Lucie Bertaud explores the martial art of Sambo.
An article by Sam Yang on Diversity in Jiu-Jitsu. Quoting from several women:
“[C]ondescension. It is delivered in different forms. Sometimes on purpose, sometimes cloaked in good intentions, sometimes it’s masked in insecurity. Years ago when I started … I randomly partnered up with this guy for a match. I was standing up out […]
It’s not just what you know, but how you organize what you know, that will make a difference in learning Jiu-Jitsu efficiently, and rolling effectively.
Interested in learning about learning? I recommend:
Make It Stick
The Science of Successful Learning
Peter C. Brown
Henry L. Roediger III
Mark A. McDaniel
Table of Contents
1. Learning Is Misunderstood
2. To Learn, Retrieve
3. Mix Up Your Practice
4. Embrace Difficulties
5. Avoid Illusions of Knowing
6. Get Beyond Learning Styles
7. Increase Your Abilities
8. Make It Stick
Photographs from the Groundswell Grappling Concepts Jiu-Jitsu camp held at Adventure Mixed Martial Arts in Parma, Ohio, July 10-13, 2015.
Last night I didn’t do part of the warm up. I lied and told the coach it was because I was afraid of hurting myself. Really, it was because I felt I couldn’t breathe because people were watching.
Source: Social Anxiety and BJJ — Learning BJJ