Tips For Surviving The First 6 Months Of Sparring

Of course, Jiu-Jitsu promotes constant sparring in order to improve one’s skills. Nothing is more important to Jiu-Jitsu than sparring, but it does raise one issue. Most people that quit training between 6 and 12 months in do so because of sparring. Unfortunately, those individuals never learn the true benefits and intensity of Jiu-Jitsu. Sparring, also known as rolling, is necessary for disciples no matter what. It often leads to frequent bumps and bruises.

Surviving the first 6 months of sparring isn’t easy. Newcomers find sparring a demoralizing experience because they get thrown around a little (or a lot). Recently, Rener and Eve Gracie broke down the three keys to surviving those first months in Jiu-Jitsu and sparring. They provide excellent tips to avoid feeling defeated and ready to call it quits. Every person needs to check out the video and hear what Rener and Eve have to say. Without a doubt, the information will keep a lot more people in Jiu-Jitsu!


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