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Consistency is and will always be the hardest part of Jiu Jitsu. Finding time for classes may be hard, but always well worth it.

From my experience, finding a way to organize or find a routine for training, schoolwork, and hanging out with my friends is very difficult. I feel like I'm always moving, which may be chaotic at times, but I honestly think it keeps me sane.

I can only speak for myself, but I feel like it's normal not to want to go to class on some days. Don't get me wrong, I couldn't love Jiu Jitsu more than I already do, but sometimes I just feel lousy. Although, I always keep my motivations in check. I remember the things I love about Jiu Jitsu, where I want to eventually end up, and how I'm going to get there. The answer to it is, to keep training and train even harder on the days that I don't want to be there. It is how you will proceed and progress in the lifestyle.

So what I have to say is...never give up or let yourself get lazy. I know that it may be hard to get yourself going and training, but you will always leave feeling energetic or even feeling accomplished.

I hope you all enjoyed this week!😜


The struggle of whether or not I'm far enough under for my butterfly guard.

Can I complete the sweep?!🤞😉

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