What is the most efficient way to train BJJ? Is training yourself Brazilian Jiu-jitsu an effective way to learn the martial art? Should you teach BJJ to yourself?
In this video I touch on this subject.
Our friend Nate on Youtube sent a message saying that he wants to maximize his time and save money by training with his friend in a basement first before he eventually joins his local 10th Planet BJJ gym.
He’s doing this to sort of bypass the White Belt phase of his training and prepare for his Blue Belt. So he plans to do this by using his friend to teach BJJ to each other.
Why Is Smart Not To Teach BJJ To Yourself
As I share in the video I think this is a bad idea for your BJJ growth. Primarily because I’ve done it.
When I started training Brazilian Jiujitsu. I started like Nate is thinking about and piecing together moves in my basement with my friends. This was the way I began my Brazilian Jiujitsu experience.
We did this for about a year.
I found a BJJ gym in Louisville where I would eventually train. And when I did eventually step into an actual BJJ program led by an expert. I realized I wasted so much time training myself! I learned more in that 1 day of training than I did in the year of trying to teach BJJ to myself.
In any form of Martial Arts. It’s always a more effective means to growth to learn from someone who has been there before.
If you’re contemplating joining a BJJ gym or training yourself. I hope the video is helpful to you!
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