You love jiu jitsu. It challenges you and you've never been so enthusiastic about anything in your life. But how much do you rely on it? How much jiu jitsu is enough? Just like on the mats, you seek balance as a way to keep yourself on your feet. Here's how..
Day in and out we don the gi and we go to jiu jitsu. The techniques, and the rolls are like the gateway to something much bigger. When you sow seeds of learning, you benefit for years to come. We play the long game, and this is the bigger purpose we serve.
Things are changing. Patterns are emerging. The result? Quality of life. This is the Higher Jiu Jitsu Story. And we're here for the everyday people of Sydney.
You want to be good at everything you do, jiu jitsu included. And in order to win, you feel the need to bring your A game to every class. Your game is a good guide, but it's a terrible protector because you never let yourself learn. Screw your game. Be a gold digger instead.
Jiu jitsu is a martial art that prepares you for a fight. But you don't learn it by fighting. Training like this will only lead to injuries. You get better in an environment of learning. This is how your jiu jitsu will excel and this is how you will prosper in life.
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.
Einstein said the only source of knowledge is experience.
This is a picture of triumph.
It is also a picture of pain.
This moment served as a pivotal course of action. Every moment can.
You can only control yourself. How do you respond?