You guide to Surviving your first year as a White Belt, I am going to assume that you went thru the trouble of finding a qualified Gym to train in when you first started training. One that the instructor is as close to the Source “Has a IBJJF certification and actually trained with his instructor that he received his black belt rank from. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu has been in the States long enough that there really isn’t any reason not to have trained with a legitimate Black Belt.
The first thing to do is to learn the basics. When I say the basics I mean including the history of BJJ. I think anytime you learning a Martial Art you should research where the Art came from and the important people that helped to start it. I remember being in 7th or 8th grade and reading about the great wrestlers from Greek times in the first Olympics. I really think having a understanding of where the Art came from helps you to appreciate what you learning and also help to motivate you to train when you are sore and tired or just don’t feel like it.
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