Should You Practice BJJ???

Updated: Aug 8



If you're looking to get in shape, learn how to defend yourself, or just have fun getting your sweat on with a great community of friendly people, you should consider giving Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) a try. You don't need any experience — just the willingness to learn and try new things. Your first class can be intimidating, but everyone there is supportive and willing to help you pick up the basics as quickly as possible. In just a few short weeks of taking you can see massive improvements in fitness levels and feel better able to protect yourself if the need ever arises. Plus, all of this comes along with a fun, laid-back atmosphere that makes sure class is always enjoyable no matter how hot and sweaty it gets!


BJJ, Choke, Self-Defense
Owner and BJJ Black Belt, Jake Klipp, giving students some extra tips after class!

BJJ is an all-inclusive martial art.

BJJ is one of the most popular martial arts out there and has been described as an "all-inclusive" style of fighting. This means that anyone can practice it, regardless of their age, size, or strength level. More importantly, it’s not a sport that requires you to be in peak physical condition—you don't have to worry about being in shape before you start training. If you're new to exercise or haven't been active for a long time and are worried about getting started with a traditional gym routine (or any other type of exercise), BJJ might be the perfect thing for you!


As an added bonus: if your goal is self-defense rather than competition fighting—like many people who take up BJJ —you'll learn some important skills along the way. Learning how to defend yourself against someone bigger or stronger than yourself can serve as an excellent confidence boost while teaching valuable lessons about how best to handle certain situations safely in real-life scenarios. Violence isn't necessary in all self-defense cases but may still arise unexpectedly despite our best efforts. Partaking in activities like BJJ can help prepare us mentally should this ever happen.


It will teach you to keep a clear mind.

The practice of BJJ teaches you to keep a clear mind and focus on the task at hand. A lot of people get overwhelmed by the complexity of their daily lives and forget to enjoy themselves or even breathe. BJJ is an excellent way to learn how to stay calm during stressful situations because it's all about learning how not to panic when things get rough. If you're feeling nervous about your next class, try taking a moment before class begins and focus on your breath. This will help center yourself so that when you start rolling around with someone else, they won't be able to distract you with their words or movements.


You'll get a great workout in.

As with all martial arts, BJJ is a full-body workout that will burn calories and build muscle. It's an excellent way to improve your cardiovascular fitness. You'll also improve your core strength and flexibility by engaging the muscles that support the spine, as well as the shoulders, lower back, hips, and legs. As you learn how to engage different muscle groups at once—for example when you're trying to get out of a chokehold—you'll strengthen all those important areas of your body at once too!


BJJ will also help you develop balance, coordination, and agility by having you move quickly between stances while maintaining stability on one leg or both feet simultaneously (depending on what position you're in). This kind of training helps improve reflexes while building up these important skills over time-- again making this practice one worth taking part in regularly!


You'll learn how to protect yourself.

BJJ is an effective and practical way to learn self-defense. You'll get to practice a comprehensive set of skills that will help you stay safe. This is especially important for women, as BJJ teaches techniques that can protect someone, regardless of size or strength.


It's not just for the guys!

While it is true that BJJ is largely practiced by men, women can become successful in the sport. In fact, many female athletes have gone on to be champions in BJJ tournaments. The truth is that anyone can learn jiu-jitsu and practice it as much as they want. Most people who practice BJJ will tell you that it's one of the most rewarding things they've ever done.


You'll gain confidence in yourself and your abilities.

Confidence is a powerful thing. It can help you succeed in life, your career, and your relationships. Confidence can also help you in your physical fitness and mental health. Everyone has something about themselves that they need to work on improving, but when it comes to BJJ (and martial arts in general), everyone starts at the same level. In BJJ class everyone is learning together, and no one is judging anyone else for their skills or lack thereof. This makes it easier for people who are shy or nervous around new people because they don't feel as though they need to impress anyone or try too hard at all—they just have fun practicing new skills with their teammates!


BJJ has many benefits and is a lot of fun!

BJJ is a great way to get in shape. BJJ will also help you improve your hand-eye coordination and balance, which are skills that can be transferred into many other areas of life outside of the gym. Additionally, you'll have access to the best instructors and training partners in the world (like us!) who can help you reach new heights in your fitness goals.


If you're thinking about taking up a martial art, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a great choice. It's an all-inclusive sport that allows anyone of any age or gender to participate. Plus, it will teach you how to keep a clear mind and protect your body in dangerous situations. The classes can be intense, but they will give you a great workout and help build confidence in yourself and your abilities. Finally, if competition isn't your thing, you can still enjoy BJJ for its physical and mental benefits without ever having to step on the mats!

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