How to Berimbolo No Gi

Kaizen is my approach to my journey through the wonder art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and you should adapt it to! Kaizen means is a Japanese term which means to continuously improve.
I learned about Kaizen while studying project management and thought it was a great concept to adapt in all areas of my life. You might say "Duhhh" just show up to training on a regular basis! Well yeah...but thats not always possible, sometimes life gets in the way.
I've been training BJJ for a few years now and experienced the problems many of you experience, unable to train due to school, work, family, laziness, and other excuses.
What does Kaizen mean to me and how is it relevant to my BJJ training, how is it relevant to you??? I'll get to the point! Kaizen for me translates to no excuses! I'm constantly looking for ways to improve in and out of the gym.
In this particular way, I learned how to improve my berimbolo outside of my BJJ gym, using a century bag! You can improve your berimbolo with this Century hack too!
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John Porter

John is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Blue Belt and founder of Livermore Supply Co. When not training and competing in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournaments, John enjoys learning languages, traveling to the warm parts of the world, and photography. Outside of Livermore Supply Co., John has a career in the technology field.

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