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The blue belt, the first colored belt, takes time to achieve. In many ways, earning a blue belt can feel like earning a black belt. The blue belt can feel like a lifetime of work in and of itself. There are a few common reasons as to why people may stop practicing jiu jitsu at blue belt, these can include: learning curve/difficulty, family/work commitments, loss of Interest, injuries, financial burdens and more.Read More
Can learning/ cross-training Judo help improve your BJJ? Journalist Lucy Wynne finds out for The BJJ Box, who also speaks with Great Britain Black Belt Judoka and BJJ Purple Belt, Conor Murphy to find out – and if so, how and why? This article isn’t to compare the two, but more to see how learning Judo can help to compliment your BJJ game.Read More
Tackling the sport of BJJ as a brand new white belt can be incredibly daunting and challenging. For most people, just walking into a martial arts gym and trying a class is intimidating. It’s not easy starting anything as a beginner, especially in a new environment. Even if you’re an experienced grappler starting at a new gym, these feelings can return based on unfamiliarity – it is totally normal to feel anxious when starting out.Read More
Thinking of switching gyms? Maybe you have found yourself moving city? Or fleeing out of the country for work? Perhaps you want to move to a closer or cheaper gym? Sometimes relocating from university, or moving locations due to a new job can make it difficult to find a gym that’s right for you again.Whatever the reason, when you start at a new gym it is usually a little bit daunting; especially if you don’t know anyone who trains at your new gym.Read More
Journalist Lucy Wynne investigates basic grip strengthening tips for grapplers for The BJJ Box with ADCC, EBI and Polaris veteran, UK BJJ 2nd Degree Black Belt, and grip training connoisseur, Daniel Strauss AKA the Raspberry Ape. We can’t go too into detail as there is a lot to cover and there’s a plethora of ways to increase grip strength but we are going to focus on the basics.Read More
BJJ competitions are a great way to test your BJJ skills against an evenly matched opponent. Your first few BJJ competitions will be nerve-racking, so any advice that could help you to prepare is crucial. Journalist Lucy Wynne speaks to serial competitors Giva Santana Brown Belt, Michael ‘Reige’ Tatum from the United States and 7-0 Pro MMA fighter and Dean Lister Black Belt Luc “Doberman” Rosseau from France to get the inside scoop on tips and advice for competing at BJJ tournaments.Read More
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