If you train BJJ you already know that it tends to consume your thoughts even when you aren’t on the mats, so take advantage of this down time to keep improving.
10 ways you can improve your BJJ off the mat:
- Map out your game plan
- List your strengths and weaknesses
- Write down goals
- Study techniques
- Watch matches
- Eat Healthy & Strength Train
- Cross train with other fun activities
- Connect with other BJJ practitioners
These are all also great things to do if you are sick, injured, or just unable to train for a while. It will keep your mind actively thinking about Jiu Jitsu so that the process of getting back on the mat is easier. It will also help you feel productive and less down about not being able to train. You will be amazed at how much you can learn just by watching and studying footage.
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