If you’re getting ready for your very 1st BJJ competition I think this video might be useful for you. In the video I share 3 helpful tips you should keep in mind when preparing for your Brazilian Jiu-jitsu tournament or match.
The question comes from our friend Niki who is a powerlifter and is considering doing her 1st BJJ comp.
She was curious if there is anything she needs to know when preparing for the tournament.
In the video I shared 3 ideas that I think would be useful for anyone in Jiujitsu getting ready for a competition.
1. Set your sights on a upcoming competition as early as possible. Know the competition you plan to do and prepare for it. Doing this will give you ample time to get familiar with points, rules, etc.
Because it’s important to remember that BJJ competitions are a game. And during that game it’s wise to remember that it’s not always the person who’s best at BJJ wins. It’s the person who’s best at playing the competition game.
2. Know what you’re going to do at the start of the match. Whether it’s a takedown or a guard pull you need to know what you plan to do when the match starts.
3. Know your weight class and types of weigh ins. I’ve almost gotten into trouble with this over the years where I didn’t pay attention to weight classes.
If you have a competition coming up I hope this is helpful to you!
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