Jiu-Jitsu is one of the most difficult hobbies and martial arts that any one could take part in. Every year competitors and martial artists continue to expand one, the amount of techniques and guards that are known to practitioners. And two, how techniques are applied during the course of any given round. As the limits of the art continue to expands and sharpen, students can find themselves feeling overwhelmed and out of their depth.
It's only natural.
Some of the challenges that I experienced coming up and continue to see with students and training partners is the lack of guidance in terms of approach. You're average student comes in three to four times a week and trains in a casual manor. They warm up, drill the class technique, then roll four or five times. Some instructors will ask if there are any questions, but many don't bother. At the end of class students bow out and you go home.
As someone who's trained for over a decade, just showing up to our current training model will not get you where you'd like with any form of efficiency or urgency. Jiu-Jitsu students have to take responsibility for their own progress and do the extra work needed to supplement what's missing.
To bridge that gap, my hope is to assist you in supercharging your growth by guiding you in the things that I did that got me to Black Belt in a decade, when most of counterparts and peers took two and four additional years to get there.
These are some of the things that I cover in the program.
New(er) Students (White and Blue Belts)
Set of core techniques that will fast track growth.
A balanced game that can be utilized between Gi and NoGi.
Understanding the natural advantages of your body type.
Utilizing game planning.
Intermediate Students (Late Blue and Purple)
Understanding techniques in depth.
Tactical decision making, creating chains.
Staying motivated with short and long term goals.
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I look forward to hearing from you soon.