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This training tip goes out to all of our white belts
and beginner students. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can be a very frustrating
and difficult Martial Art to learn, especially in the first six
months of training. However, after about six to eight months you
will start to put things together and understand the grappling art a
little better.

Most students who quit Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu usually quit between
White belt to Blue Belt, and almost every student who gets past Blue
Belt and reaches the Purple Belt…will train Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
for the rest of their lives. Why ? Because it is really FUN, very
practical, and a great way to stay in shape for life.

So for the new student, set yourself a goal to train three to four
days week. There will be days that you feel tired or even a little
frustrated…COME TO CLASS ANYWAY….after one year you will look
back and see how much your dedication to training has paid off and
you will always want to live the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu lifestyle.
See you all on the mats…Osss

P.S. If you know anyone interested in Training, bring them in for
a FREE Trial lesson, and if they sign up, mention this blog post and
you will get a FREE Uniform and a 1 hour Private Lesson for you and
your guest !!!

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