If you want a great workout that will hold your interest and make you look forward to the next session, try BJJ. BJJ is fun and keeps your interest, so you don’t notice how fast the time goes. Before you know it, you’ve finished the session and it’s time to leave. It leaves you excited about coming back to the next class and will never make you look at the clock to see if it’s time to go yet. Sticking with a workout program isn’t hard if that program is BJJ.
If you like planning strategy, you’ll love BJJ.
Do you enjoy planning your next move, but want something more active than chess? Check out BJJ. It’s not all about raw strength and size. It’s as mental as it is physical. Even when you’re practicing, you’re learning your skills and planning your next move. Whether you win or lose,, you’ll get more insight when you discuss the grappling afterward and how both of you could have made different moves to change the outcome.
You can switch your moves based on your those of your sparring partner.
No matter how much you’ve practiced a move, it doesn’t mean you’ll be able to use it in your next match. You have to go with the flow in BJJ. Each week is a brand new experience. It doesn’t involve many of the risks of other contact sports, but will definitely get your adrenaline going. Best of all, it’s a great workout no matter what your age or gender. It’s a fluid sport that can have you changing plans even before you make the move, based on what your sparring partner does.
There’s a lot of awesome people to meet at BJJ.
You’ll meet people of all ages and backgrounds in this sport. You’ll also learn from all of them. You might be a muscular 240 pound male, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be put in submission by a 120 pound woman with lots of experience. Best of all, you’ll learn lots of tips and get help from everyone in the sessions and find out just how exhilarating experimenting with different moves can be.
- BJJ has no set movements for every match, a lot of it is improvised and on the go. That keeps you totally focused, so time goes quickly.
- No matter how long you’ve studied BJJ, there’s always something new to learn.
- You’ll find that you can develop your own personal style that you adjust to overtake opponents in matches. That style is never static, but constantly changing.
- BJJ can be fun for the whole family. Your spouse and children can join. It provides a common bond for everyone in the family that will help make memories for years to come.