Five Ways to Supplement Your BJJ Training
Whether you have grand goals of becoming a world famous Brazilian jiu-jitsu athlete, or you simply want to improve your jiu-jitsu game and become one of the best on your home mats, these days it's almost mandatory that you supplement your BJJ training.
Sure, you don't really have to. If you're training merely to improve your health and fitness, and you've chosen jiu-jitsu because it's fun, you don't have to do more than that. We're just glad you're here in the first place.
But you should still consider supplementing your BJJ training with the non-jiu-jitsu activities described below. Not only do they help you improve physically and cognitively - both of which provide innumerable benefits to your general everyday life - but they also help improve your longevity on the mat. And if you enjoy jiu-jitsu, odds are you won't enjoy some unexpected injury that will keep you away from it for long.
What are the five things you should be doing to supplement your BJJ training? They are:
- Strength Training
- Logic Games