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Jiu-jitsu is problem-solving, overcoming obstacles, and learning how to survive, on and off the mat, and those that are willing to pay the price know that it is something money can’t buy.
Over the weekend, students at The Redline Jiu-jitsu Academy gathered together at their semi-annual Belt Ceremony to witness their teammates acknowledged by being promoted to the next rank. Click here to see more.
Most of us have heard the term “Runner’s High”, but “Jiu Jitsu Joy” is every bit as real, even if it’s not talked about as much.
It’s a fact that most physical exertion can bring about a flood of hormonal and neural benefits that your body and spirit reap the benefits of long after the workout is over. But Brazilian Jiu Jitsu has an added bonus that pushes its “feel good” potential beyond other exercise methods…physical contact. Click here for full story.
For many jiu-jitsu practitioners, achieving the rank of a blue belt is a milestone.
It’s hard won, and afterwards, there can be a feeling of relief, and if you’ve been focusing on preparing for the test, there can also be the desire to take a break.
Unfortunately, many times that break becomes permanent. Click here to read the full article.