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Unlocking the Passion: How to Fall in Love with BJJ

Unlocking the Passion: How to Fall in Love with BJJ

Let’s unlocking the passion: How to Fall in Love with BJJ

Are you looking to deepen your connection with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) and develop a profound love for this dynamic martial art? Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned practitioner, falling in love with BJJ can enrich your life in countless ways.

From building physical strength and agility to fostering mental resilience and discipline, BJJ offers a transformative journey for those who embrace its teachings. In this blog, we’ll explore valuable insights and strategies to help you unlock the passion and truly fall in love with BJJ.

1. Embrace the Journey:

Recognize that learning BJJ is a process, not an instant achievement. Embrace each step of your journey, from the initial challenges to the moments of breakthrough. By approaching BJJ with an open mind and a willingness to learn, you’ll find joy in the continuous growth and improvement.

2. Set Realistic Goals:

Establish clear, achievable goals for your BJJ practice. Whether it’s mastering a specific technique, earning a new belt, or competing in a tournament, setting targets will give you a sense of purpose and progression. Celebrate your accomplishments along the way, no matter how small they may seem.

3. Seek Inspiration:

Surround yourself with positive influences and seek inspiration from experienced BJJ practitioners. Engage with the BJJ community, attend seminars, and follow renowned instructors and athletes to stay motivated and continually expand your knowledge.

4. Embrace Challenges:

Understand that setbacks and challenges are an integral part of the BJJ journey. Instead of being discouraged by difficulties, view them as opportunities for growth. Overcoming obstacles will not only enhance your skills but also cultivate resilience and determination.

5. Enjoy the Process: 

BJJ is not just about the destination; it’s about enjoying the process. Find pleasure in the camaraderie of training with fellow practitioners, the satisfaction of mastering a new technique, and the exhilaration of testing your skills on the mat.

6. Stay Consistent:

 Consistency is key to progress in BJJ. Develop a regular training schedule and commit to it. Consistent practice will not only sharpen your abilities but also instill a sense of discipline and dedication.

7. Cultivate Patience: 

BJJ is intricate and multifaceted, requiring time and patience to master. Be patient with yourself, your progress, and the learning curve. Embracing patience will allow you to appreciate the nuances of BJJ and savor the gradual evolution of your skills.

By incorporating these insights into your BJJ journey, you’ll not only enhance your technical proficiency but also develop a profound love and appreciation for the art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Embrace the challenges, relish the victories, and immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of BJJ. As you delve deeper into the practice, you’ll discover a love for BJJ that transcends the physical and becomes a fundamental part of your life.

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Curriculum

*1st place – Brazil Cup Jiu-Jitsu (CBJJO) – 2004
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State League (LERJJ) – 2004
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJ-Rio) – weight and open weight division – 2004
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Ranking (FJJ-Rio) – 2004
‍*2nd place – Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Championship (CBJJ) – 2005
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship – weight and open weight division (FJJ-Rio) – 2005.
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Ranking (FJJ-Rio) – 2005
*1st place – Brazil Cup Jiu-Jitsu – weight division – 2006
* 3rd place – Brazil Cup Jiu-Jitsu – Absolut of light division – 2006
*1st place – Super Cup Rip Dorey Jiu-Jitsu No-Gi Professional – 2006
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship – weight and open weight division (FJJ-Rio) – 2006
*3rd Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Championship CBJJO 2007 – Weight Division
*3rd Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Championship CBJJO 2007 – Open Weight Division
*2nd place – South American Jiu-Jitsu Championship (IBJJF ) – 2007
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJ-Rio ) – 2007
*1st place – International Jiu-Jitsu No Gi Championship – 2007
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJ-Rio) – 2008
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJD-Rio) – 2008
*1st place – Rio de Janeiro Jiu-Jitsu State Championship (FJJ-Rio) – open weight division – 2009
*1st place – South American Jiu-Jitsu Championship (IBJJF)- 2009
*2nd place – Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Jiu-Jitsu No Gi Championship (CBJJ)- 2009
*1st place – Super Fight Jiu-Jitsu – Ohio – 2011
*1st place – Colorado State Jiu-Jitsu No Gi Championship – weight Division – 2011
*1st place – Colorado State Jiu-Jitsu No Gi Championship – Open Weight Division – 2011
*1st place – Super Fight Jiu-Jitsu – Colorado – 2011
*1st place – Dallas Jiu-Jitsu International Open (IBJJF) – 2012
*3rd place – Pan American Jiu-Jitsu International Championship (IBJJF) – 2013
*1st place – Chicago Jiu-Jitsu International Open (IBJJF) – 2013
*1st place – Seattle Jiu-Jitsu International Open (IBJJF) – 2014
*1st place – BJJ Tour Jiu-Jitsu International – 2014
*1st place – Summer Classic Super Fight Jiu-Jitsu – 2015
*1st place – Europa Super Show Dallas – Jiu-Jitsu No-Gi Super Fight – 2015
*1st place – Vegas International Open (IBJJF) – Weight division – 2016
*1st place – Vegas International Open (IBJJF) Open weight division – 2016
*1st place – Los Angeles PRO (IBJJF) – 2016
*2nd place – weight division – New York International Open (IBJJF) – 2017
*3rd place – Absolute (open weight) divison – New York International Open (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – National Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – San Jose International Open Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – weight division – Seattle International Open Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*2nd place – absolute (open weight division) – Seattle International Open Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*Champion of super fight – Fight to Win PRO 47TX – 2017
*1st place – San Diego Pro Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*2nd place – Pan American No Gi International Championship (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – San Antonio International Open (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – Cincinnati International Open (IBJJF) – 2017
*2nd place – World NO GI (IBJJF) – 2017
*1st place – Seattle International Open (IBJJF) – 2018
*2nd place – Super fight – Fight to Win PRO 87 TX – 2018

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