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Beginner’s Guide to Jiu Jitsu at the 303 Training Center. How To Train As An Adult & Stay Committed

If you’re looking for a fun and challenging form of martial arts, then Brazilian Jiu Jitsu might just be right for you. Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or a complete beginner, the 303 Training Center is the perfect place to begin your journey. With experienced coaches, a welcoming community, and a positive environment, you’ll quickly realize why Brazilian Jiu Jitsu has taken the world by storm. However, training as an adult can be challenging, which is why in this guide we’ll explore how to stay committed to your training.



1.Set realistic goals


The first step in staying committed to your training is setting realistic goals. Remember, you’re not aiming to become the next world champion, at least not yet! Instead, think about what you want to achieve in the short-term. Perhaps you want to master a specific technique, or maybe you want to attend a certain number of classes each week. Whatever your goals, make sure they are realistic and attainable.


2. Find your motivation


It’s normal to feel a little unmotivated from time to time, especially when you’re busy with work or family commitments. However, finding your motivation is key to staying committed to your training. Perhaps you want to improve your fitness, learn self-defense, or simply enjoy the social side of the sport. Whatever your motivation, keep it in mind whenever you’re feeling low.


3. Make it a habit


Making Brazilian Jiu Jitsu part of your weekly routine is an excellent way to stay committed. Perhaps you can attend classes before or after work, or maybe you can set aside some time on the weekend. Whatever your schedule, try to make it a habit to attend classes a couple times a week. Not only will this help you stay committed to your training, but it will also help you make progress more quickly.


4.Don’t be too hard on yourself


Remember, everyone starts somewhere. If you’re struggling with a particular technique or finding it hard to keep up in class, don’t be too hard on yourself. Instead, focus on the progress you’ve made so far and celebrate every small victory. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a challenging sport, and it takes time to master, so be patient with yourself.


5.Embrace the community


Finally, one of the best ways to stay committed to your training is to embrace the community at the 303 Training Center. Not only will you make new friends, but you’ll also find support and encouragement to keep going. The community at the 303 Training Center is welcoming, positive, and inclusive, so you’ll always feel like you’re part of a team.



All in All,

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is an excellent form of martial arts that offers a range of physical and mental benefits. However, staying committed to your training can be challenging, particularly as an adult with other commitments. By setting realistic goals, finding your motivation, making it a habit, not being too hard on yourself, and embracing the community, you’ll find that staying committed to your training is easier than you ever thought possible. At the 303 Training Center, we’re committed to helping you achieve your goals! So don't be shy and always ask for a hand, a leg, or a neck if needed!


-Sunny B



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