Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Start Your Lesson From The Beginning

When you are showing somebody something, or you are learning something in BJJ, you should take the mindset of someone off the street who just walked into class. Does this immediately make sense? Is this applicable to my daily life? What if I don't plan to fight MMA or compete in BJJ? What if I know nothing about grappling?

I think it's always good to teach or learn with that assumption in mind, that they are just someone off the street trying a class. That way there is no confusion, it's starting from the beginning. And if you already know a lot of things, it becomes like a review. It's the mindset of good black belts who take a beginner class or take privates with people. It's just good review

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