If you’re a serious Brazilian Jiu-jitsu and/or MMA competitor that has his or her eye on the prize with goals of filling the Copper Box year after year, you need to eat to win which you’ll hear again and again. Yes, the hard work is in the hours of drilling and putting together your own unique play box but if you neglect your diet you neglect the engine that needs to be optimised for game day.
When you look into and reflect upon what you have written down, over time, you will notice your strengths and weaknesses. It may be that you find cardio training hard at the incline and pace you’ve been going at or your bench press progress is weaker than your leg training progress.
Note space is there to name the Professors and Coaches from around the world you’d like to roll with. Write down the goals you have for your session and tick them off with delight. With 100+ pages to take note of your training journey, this is the only BJJ Journal you’ll want to use and its available through the amazon website.
you’re involved in Brazilian Jiu-jitsu, been rolling for a few months it makes sense to start documenting your time on the mat with a journal.
Defending those in need is honourable, working with your hands is honourable, patience and perseverance in good are also the same – honourable. As a muslim it is important that one gains an understanding of their religion, yes, but its also important for a man to be a man and be able to defend those in need.
Many people get the bug when they first start training but it wasn’t like that for me. I tried Judo in school but I wasn’t consistent and the same happened with BJJ. I’d be on time but I found the struggle of BJJ to be real, it requires patience because you won’t find the white-belt stage to be easy.