Today’s question comes from a Purple Belt who has an interesting question that many upper belts in BJJ might experience.
Basically, he’s realized that he’s in a gym where he’s 1 of the higher belts on the mat and the number of more experienced grapplers is getting smaller and smaller. He wants to continue improving with his Brazilian Jiu-jitsu skills, but he’s worried that without higher belts to push him it won’t happen.
So in the video I share some ideas and 2 strategies to improve even if you don’t have a ton of higher-level training partners. And if you use these strategies you might find that some of your most productive rolling rounds (as far as skill growth goes) aren’t even your hardest.
Now, if you’re at a lower experience level you can use these strategies just the same.
Thanks for watching.
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