Learning and improving in Jiu-Jitsu is a never-ending process. No matter how well you can execute a given technique, there’re always ways to make it better.
And that should be the goal – to achieve the best technique you can. Across the BJJ skills spectrum.
But how are you supposed to do this? Well, Caio Terra has some great words of advice.
And no, it’s not just about drilling the technique. Here’s what Terra had to say:
In order to achieve the best technique you can, you need to study and then you must drill what you’ve studied – and to observe, during the drilling part, whether the technique works or not.
Drill, but not just to drill. Instead, do it with some kind of a resistance. After you do that, then you should try applying it in training.
And if it doesn’t work during live rolls? Then you should get back to square one:
If it does not work in training, you have got to go back to studying again and look for the reasons because of which it didn’t work.
Then drill and train again. Repeat this process, until the technique works.
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Read our entire interview with Caio Terra on the following link.