You want to improve. So you;re told to train hard, and fight for the things you want.
Sure, you need to show up. You ought to come in with a good attitude.
But how much effort is too much? When does your enthusiasm get in the way, and how can you use it in the right way?
Read on for more.
Change is complex. Building skills is hard work. You've been trying for ages. You follow your favourite athlete's advice, and it leads you nowhere. There's ups and downs and the struggles are real for everyday people. No-one seems to understand. Until now. We're here to help.
Parts of a whole always rely on the other parts to function. They have to.
Just like this one sentence means little without the context of what’s written above and below it, and in accordance with the whole article.
This is the trouble with isolation.
No one part of the body moves without support and adjustment from the rest of the structure.
An expert tells you what to do while a coach guides you through the process. At Higher Jiu Jitsu you won't be told what to do as much as asked how it feels? The most effective knowledge lies within yourself. It is our aim to faciliate the jiu jitsu, and help you uncover that for yourself.
When you seek to move with quality, you may do less, but you’ll do it better.
That’s as good a goal as any.
You my precious friend, can be a real bully.
Sure, I love you for reading this, and I appreciate you with my life.
You’re probably just about the coolest person on Earth.
I know you mean well, doing your best you can with what you have at your disposal.
And still, you choose to think, and talk about yourself as you would a stubborn mule.
Injuries suck. I hate them. And so do you.
Misdirected enthusiasm, coupled with ignorance is a dangerous combination. The trap of thinking you are invincible is an easy one to fall into.
We can do better. We can be smarter.