How to Enter Your First Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Tournament

Feb 07, 2015 • By
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As the world watched in awe as a master of Jiu Jitsu Royce Gracie won the first, second and fourth Ultimate Fighting Championships in 1990, Jiu Jitsu has become increasingly important in the international community of martial arts. Many people decided they wanted to start training themselves when they saw Gracie fight much larger opponents physically stronger, and all kinds of other styles such as boxing, karate, judo, tae kwon do, and wrestling, and over and over again once presented and defeat them all. If you began studying Jiu Jitsu recently and put in a few hours of training and quality, then it is probably time to get into their first tournament sport Jiu Jitsu. Jiu Jitsu Tournament Florida are growing in popularity around the world so chances are excellent that there is more than one near you.

If you are a serious student, then as soon as you enter the first tournament, the better. Do not be intimidated, just get back, relax and have fun. We can not continue to learn and progress in Jiu Jitsu only study and practice alone, but of course are important. You have to spend a lot of time actually applying the techniques learned and just as close to a fight in the real world as much as possible without getting hurt unnecessarily skills; which is exactly why there are tournaments all martial arts. To get your kids involved in jiu-jitsu at an early age (usually 6 years old, as many Gracies suggest) is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. Developing balance and coordination at such an early age will not only keep them fit and healthy, but it will also help your child become an athletic and energetic individual throughout their lives. What BJJ connection is trying to accomplish is to bring the sport of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition together for ease and convenience.

There will be a fee for the tournament, and, depending on where you live you may need a license from a sport governing the organization, such as the Amateur Athletic Union. It will definitely be signing a waiver releasing the organizers of responsibility in case of injury, but again, you do not have to fear for their safety. These are not fighting MMA cage where almost anything goes. There are strict rules designed for safety. There will also be several categories of competition classes for a range of age, sex, weight, time, and rank belt. Not expected to compete with a teacher, if you are a beginner. You have to be competing with people of about the same experience and the ability to make a rewarding challenge and learning experience for all.

Once you enter a tournament, it will probably be added at least one mailing list. Martial arts is a tightly knit community and word gets around quickly competitions. You can also pleased to find when you finally his first tournament which is probably a table or bulletin board of some kind with flyers for the next races in the area.

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