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Competing in Jiu JItsu

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Competing in Jiu JItsu

Here are some of the ways that competing makes you better at jiu jitsu:

  • It forces you to focus on your weaknesses. When you compete, you're going to be facing people who are better than you in some areas. This will force you to identify your weaknesses and work on improving them.
  • It teaches you how to deal with pressure. Competing can be a stressful experience, but it's important to learn how to deal with that pressure if you want to succeed. Competing will help you develop the mental toughness you need to perform under pressure.
  • It gives you a sense of accomplishment. Winning a competition is a great feeling, and it can give you a boost of confidence that will carry over into your training.
  • It helps you learn from your mistakes. When you lose a competition, it's important to learn from your mistakes so that you don't make them again. Competing gives you the opportunity to do this in a safe and controlled environment.
  • It makes you a better teammate. Competing can also help you become a better teammate. When you're on a team, you're all working towards the same goal, and that can create a sense of camaraderie and support.

Of course, competing is not for everyone. Some people prefer to focus on their training and avoid the stress of competition. But if you're looking to improve your jiu jitsu, competing is a great way to do it.





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