Should you scout out your opponent for BJJ competitions or should you focus on your own gameplan?
And when preparing for a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu tournament does it change from White to Black Belt?
It’s different for everyone. But for me, I don’t like scouting out my opponents too much.
As I talk about in the video. When I went to BJJ competitions and focused too much on what my opponent was going to do. I didn’t execute my own game plan effectively.
And whenever I competed and didn’t have time to look people up. I was able to perform much better.
I will still glance at my opponent’s if I can, but only a glance. Just enough to know some of the techniques or strategy they may execute.
So if you’re like me. You might find it beneficial to not scout your opponents out too much and simply go in with a focus on your game plan, your techniques and jiu-jitsu abilities.
Hope the video is helpful!
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