A common question that gets asked by newcomers to BJJ is whether or not you have to compete to be good at Brazilian Jiu-jitsu.
This was the exact question I received from one of the viewers. He’s curious whether or not he has to compete to become good at Brazilian Jiujitsu.
In the video I share my thoughts on whether or not BJJ competitions are a must for progression in the Martial Art / Sport.
I also touch on the ideas of how I think tournaments and competitions can be beneficial to someone’s progression if not entirely a necessity.
I know that wrongly when I was a White Belt in BJJ. I thought that you had to do BJJ competitions.
As I’ve gotten older with years of experience under my belt I’ve realized the error of this thinking.
If you’re someone who is interested in BJJ competitions or curious about their necessity , I hope this video is helpful to you!
Thanks for watching!
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