This week we dive into ‘How to Balance Parenting and Jiu Jitsu’. The name of the article could also be something like ‘Zeroing out all the other tasks in your life so you can focus on Family and Jiu Jitsu’.
Once you hit a certain age there will always be something competing for your Jiu Jitsu time. For some of us, instead of parenting, you may have obstacles like competing hobbies, work or socializing. There can often be distractions that take us away from important tasks.
This week we jump into the topic of the best martial arts for kids. I was having a drink with my neighbor when he told me his 9-year-old son was getting bullied. He asked which was the best martial arts for kids. Over the years I have been asked this question many times by family, friends, and coworkers. It made me think about which martial arts are best for kids to learn. My knee-jerk response is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu but I know that other martial arts have their virtues. I’ll elaborate:
Our actual limits and our perception of our limits are two very different things. Push past what you consider your best is. Champs have a good understanding what real number is. Get acquainted with your real potential.
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