Every person who trains, trained or will be training bjj has something in common – they all were a white belt once. The first step into Brazilian jiu-jitsu is sometimes harsh and unpleasant, but full of new things, friends and traditions. It takes a lot of courage to get into the gym for the first time. It’s a whole new world, even for people who have trained martial arts in the past. What you have to know is that only 50% people that start BJJ will reach their blue belt.
So that brings a question: how to treat lower belts in BJJ?
Higher belts have a responsibility to be role models and should always help out lower belts.
How To Treat Lower Belts by Bernardo Faria, a 5x World Champion.