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Thinking Of Quitting BJJ? Solo Movement Drills May Be The Solution To Keep You in the Game

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Thinking Of Quitting BJJ? Solo Movement Drills May Be The Solution To Keep You in the Game

Sparring or “rolling” is one of the elements that makes jiu-jitsu the most effective martial art on the planet, but it’s also the number one reason why more than 90% of people quit training in the first 6-12 months.

We are all addicted to BJJ and can never get enough. The only problem is that BJJ drilling requires a partner. Solo drills are great for supplemental BJJ training or when there isn’t a Brazilian Jiu-jitsu school nearby.

Start practicing Solo Movement Drills to IMPROVE your grappling.

4 times BJJ World Champion Rikako Yuasa’s 1 Hour Solo Drill Routine

Movement for BJJ shares his story about how at one point in his BJJ career, he was close to qutting, and incorporating solo drills in his routine revolutionized his game.

He encourages YOU to use Solo Drills to keep improving. Movement for BJJ also shares Solo Movement Drills to help you improve your grappling skills…

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