What should I be thinking to achieve the most in Bjj? You've probably thought about this many times. Before a competition, after a win or a loss, or maybe even after a class when you thought you could have done better?
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Why would you spend over £100, diet for weeks and travel for miles to spend a weekend in a sweaty sports venue to fight even sweatier people and potentially lose in the first round?
If you’ve never been to Lisbon this guide will help you prepare for your trip. If you’re a regular Euros goer check if you’ve missed anything cool and let me know if I have!
What to do if you signed up to a lower weight division, but still have weight to cut?
What to do if you'd like to compete in a lower weight division?
I've had a lot of questions before my first trip to the UAE. As a single female traveller, I wasn't sure what would be safe to do, wear or visit or how everything works in the country. Whether you're considering competing in UAEJJF's Abu Dhabi-based events or simply visiting the city for holiday, here is a short guide to getting around it.
What does rapidly weight loss do to your body? Is it healthier to stay on weight between tournaments or go up a division?
Whoever said taking part in one comp is worth the experience gained in multiple regular classes, wasn’t very far from the truth.
How to stay on track with training bjj when you’re tired, sore and life starts getting in the way?