It’s easy to fall in love with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. In the feeling that just stepping onto the mats gives you, the laughter with your training partners and friends, and the immersion of doing something that is difficult every day… It’s tremendous! And because of that, you might be tempted to go hard in training, every single time.
That might not be the best thing to do, however. If you want to avoid injuries, improve faster, and be more successful in competition – you need to roll in a different way.
If you train Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, it’s just a matter of time before you get injured. There’s no denying nor ignoring this fact… But what you can do is that you can find ways to deal with these injuries in a productive and goal-oriented manner.
Gordon Ryan has some great advice for dealing with injuries. Listen to them on the video below:
Stop Feeling Sore, Tired, And Injured And Start Being Preventative With Your Injuries. It’s Time To Become Bulletproof For BJJ!
- Get grappling-specific exercise routines to build mobility, strength, grip, and core, with or without a gym
- This system was designed by BJJ brown and black belts and professional fitness gurus Joe Worthington and James Tomlinson
- Get different exercises, sets, reps, and more to keep your workouts fresh and dynamic: