Why you need to do Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Gracie tell you so.
Since 1925, more than 40 members of the Gracie family have dedicated their lives to the development of Jiu Jitsu’s self-defense system.
So, what is the reason for practicing Jiu-Jitsu and why should its practice be incorporated?
It’s not just a martial art!
Brazilian Jiu-jitsu (japanese),often abbreviated to the English-language acronym BJJ (Brazilian jiu-jitsu), is a martial art, often abbreviated to the English-language acronym BJJ (Brazilian jiu-jitsu),is a martial art, a combat sport and a method of personal defense specialized in the fight and in particular in the one on the ground. Burajiru no jūjutsu
Ps. It should not be confused with its Japanese predecessor J’jutsu but is rather comparable to the discipline of Grappling.
Gracie themselves was asked to provide a list of the top 10 reasons to try and especially start practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.
Here are their 10 reasons why you need to do Brazilian Jiu Jitsu:
01 – Jiu-jitsu is a great source of cardiovascular exercise that promotes good overall health.
02 – Jiu-jitsu is a great basic workout that helps a person with overall stability and balance.
03 – In addition to the health benefits, Jiu-Jitsu teaches you very important self-defense techniques that can help you save a person’s or yours’s lifeif you find yourself in a situation with a physically aggressive opponent.
04. When a person knows how to defend himself or himself physically, he feels more confident.
05 – Jiu-jitsu is a family-oriented sport. It is a lifestyle that can be practiced by a whole family as a whole.
06 – One effect that Jiu Jitsu creates on a person who practices it is that the more you learn to be calm under pressure and the more this can help you learn to relax and stay lucid during the normal challenges and hectic days that we all face in everyday life.
07 – Since Jiu-jitsu leads you to have close contact as a type of martial art with many training partners, it’s a great way to make friends. It’s a very kinesthetic art, of contact
08 – Promotes a healthy diet. If a person trains competitively or amateurically, it is common for both professionals and not who practice this sport to adopt the entire jiu-jitsu lifestyle, which involves a healthy diet.
09 – Learning complex jiu-jitsu techniques helps you promote problem solving and critical thinking skills.
10 – Jiu-Jitsu is for everyone,regardless of age, gender or physical limitations! Based on the gentle nature of jiu-jitsu, its range of people practicing it is vast!
I want to add a pattern, theeleventh.
Jiu Jitsu but I tell you in general about the systems of struggle practiced for example in the UFC have made a natural selection where the fighting experts have begun to prevail over all with the consequence of raising the level of fighters with the consequence that everyone has started to study the fighting systems.
Today for all athletes the knowledge of the fighting systems is an obligatory step to be able to enter the cage and climb the summit.
Now if strong strikers and combat professionals have done it, why shouldn’t you?
Even if you are a personal defense practitioner remember that 95% of street fights end up on the ground.
I know you don’t want to end up on the ground but you’re going to end up there, now you’re deciding if ending up on the ground for you can become your tactical choice, your strategy of that moment and learn the fight.
Street fighter video game characters have also learned Jiu Jitsu in 2019.
Now apart from this joke what I want you to know is that if you want to become a self-defense expert you are obliged to learn the fighting systems.
In addition to all the advantages that gracie have shown you the thing I want to emphasize is the ability to learn an incredible martial art, an extraordinary sport with real effectiveness in combat because of its intrinsic characteristic in studying it.
This approach allows you to learn how to make the techniques you study work in a non-cooperative context.
I assure you that few martial arts have this emphasis and focus in non-cooperative combat.
So many martial arts “in words” say to work in non-cooperative form but then really the dedicated space is too little, not to say null but to be able to develop the Attributes that make techniques work you need a method of learning in various stages and one of those that can not miss is non-cooperative combat, or sparring.
Personally, I structure the training phases that prioritize the development of skills that are functional to the technique that are the most difficult parts to develop in people.
The problem is not the technique but the method to develop the technique that makes it functional.
I totally avoid the technique for its own sake because you have to decide whether to do martial arts and combat sports to keep you fit, so a lot of movement or if you want to learn really how do you hit someone who doesn’t want or how submit it with joint levers or suffocates an opposing aggressor.
If you want to become a self-defense expert, you also need to learn ground-fighting systems, as well as the use of cutting weapons, percussive and firearms, because it’s critical to have a total view of combat, that’s why you have to specialize in different areas in the study of personal defense including clearly the fight on the ground..
You can’t rule this out because the truth is that they often tell you not to end up on the ground because they don’t know what to teach you.
I want you to start studying the fight today because if it is true that under certain conditions it is unreasonable and dangerous to become a choice, a strategy that you cannot adopt if you do not know what to do.
Now I hope it is clearer why you need to do Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and study ground wrestling.
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