In this video I answer a question I received on youtube from someone wanting to start jiu-jitsu.
Their main concern is that they have had a previous shoulder dislocation and are wondering if they would be able to train BJJ.
I provide 10 steps/tips that you can use to help make your decision and also ways to stay safe if you start training.
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