The BJJ Blue Belt: A Belt of Frustration and Opportunity

The BJJ Blue Belt: A Belt of Frustration and Opportunity

Belt Requirements for the BJJ Blue Belts are Very Difficult to Reach. You Should Know About it Before You Start Your Journey. There Are Many Reasons Why You Should Be Aware Of These Requirements.

One of them is because there are many competitors with blue belts who have not reached their goals yet. They are still trying to reach their goal, which is very difficult and time consuming task. Another reason why you should be aware of these requirements is because they will affect your training and competition experience. If you don’t meet the requirements, then you won’t get promoted or even get a chance to compete at all.

You Will Need To Work Harder Than Ever Before For Every Day You Train and Competition Experience Becomes Less Likely. You Might Even Have to Quit Your Job!

So What Can You Do?

Well, if you want to achieve your goals, then you need to work hard every day. You might even have to quit your job.

But what do you do when you think that you can’t go any further?

Well, there are some things that could help you out. The first thing that you can do is to focus on the techniques that you think will work for your competition. Check if they are really effective by looking up matches online or even going to see some of the competitions live. The second thing that you can do is ask your instructor for one-on-one training. This will definitely help you out in a competition.

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