How many times have you felt frustrated and disappointed after a match, because you knew that you could have done so much better than what you have showed? You probably kept telling yourself: “That was not me there, I didn't perform the way I practiced, I'm so much better than that!” If you can’t relate to this because you haven't competed yet, think about any situation where you went in with full intentions of doing your best. It could have been a big test or a job interview, but for some reason, your nerves got the best of you and you could not deliver. Something was holding you back! Whether it’s in Jiu-Jitsu, your personal or professional life, you need to discover it and deal with it.
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GD Jiu-Jitsu Association will be organizing in house “tournament simulations” once a month. The events will be the beginning of a Simulation Series, which will have rankings, awards, prizes, and most importantly practice for students that want to improve and learn more about the competition aspect o...
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