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Is It Worth Going to Seminars?
Will these special events change your game?
Seminars are a great opportunity to be exposed to high level Jiu-Jitsu
If your academy is lucky enough to be able to host a seminar, you may ask the question is it worth attending? Especially if you are a beginner you may be focused on very beginning techniques and may have concern pertaining to your current ability. Overall seminars are definitely worth it, and there are multiple reasons why.
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Support your academy, and the person who is teaching the seminar. Most high level practitioners rely on seminars to support their training. It’s a great way to generate income for them to continue competing and training. Showing support for the academy will increase the chances that more seminars can happen. Depending on where you live it might be the only access to an elite competitor/instructor you have. Even if you are a beginner, being exposed to this level of training can be extremely beneficial.
Seminars can allow you to explore new areas of the game that you might not be exposed to when you are training with the same people day in and day out. A good seminar can plant a lot of seeds with the academy and cause new growth to take place. When people in the gym support the seminar, those folks can learn a new approach to old techniques or be able to add completely new aspects to their game.
Overcoming plateaus is crucial not only for personal growth but it is an integral part of keeping Jiu-Jitsu fresh. If you train long enough chances are you will encounter plateaus or ruts that you feel your game is just stuck in its current rendition. Seminars are a great way to break up the usual routine and be exposed to different training styles and mentalities of the seminar instructor.
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Regardless of level, seminars are a great way to make your overall experience with Jiu-Jitsu more enjoyable. It’s worth it. Supporting seminars are a great way to ensure your academy keeps doing them. Supporting the athlete/coach that teaches the seminar also helps the overall progress of Jiu-Jitsu. High level competitors who get the support they deserve will keep innovating and sharing their best techniques which pushes the overall game of Jiu-Jitsu to another level.
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