Nothing beats good technique on the mat. Good technique is a product of detailed instruction, commitment and determination and mat time. Did I say mat time. Drill, drill and then drill some more. How do I train technique. Every new jiu jitsu player should work to train the basics and fundamentals. Work on flexibility, endurance, balance and position. Take every opportunity to study the details of particular position especially submissions. Missing the fine details can be the difference in finishing a submission efficiently and winning a competition. Remember there’s no short cut to the top. Train, train and then yes, train some more.
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