Help The Jiu-Jitsu Times Collect Data About Drilling Habits in BJJ

BJJ enables a smaller person to overcome bigger, stronger opponents.

Everyone has had an experience where, for whatever reason, they aren’t on the same page with their drilling partner. It can be frustrating to drill with someone who isn’t matching your desired level of intensity! To learn more about how and why these mismatches happen, the Jiu-Jitsu Times is collecting data about drilling preferences and habits.

The survey is open to men and women of all levels, and should take about five minutes to complete. The survey is completely anonymous, so please be honest! It will be open until Sunday, November 12th. If you want to be notified when the results are posted, the end of the survey contains instructions to sign up for updates without affecting your data.

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Acacia Parks Mo began training BJJ in early 2015 and is now a blue belt. She trains under Jason Williard at JW BJJ in Ravenna, OH and Jeff Starr at Griffonrawl Combat Sports & Fitness in Mentor, OH. She's had the privilege of learning from Pedro Sauer, Henry Akin, Kurt Osiander, Mike Bidwell, Michelle Nicolini, Rachel Casias, and many others. As a woman in BJJ, and someone who was obese, horribly out of shape, not particularly aggressive, and well over 30 when she started training, Acacia has a lot to say about taking the non-traditional training path. She lives in NE Ohio with her husband, CS, and her 4-year-old, Cassie, both of whom also train, and when she is not training, she loves to Scuba and is Chief Scientist for a New York-based tech startup called Happify.


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