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How long does it take to get a blue belt in BJJ? This is one of the most common questions when students start their Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training. We’ll be honest, there’s no easy answer for this question.

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BJJ is a challenging sport. Not a lot of people lasts very long in training. If you're committed to becoming the very best out there, we've got some great tips for you! Here's a good look at the mentality behind a long-lasting BJJ practitioner.

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Strength training is one of the most important keys in BJJ. When you know you're stronger, you open yourself up to more opportunities. You can be confident in your skills on and off the mat.  But training never stops. It's a continuous process. Build your strength and muscles with these tips from Joey Szatmary. Joey is a 6’2 242 (105kg) strength sport athlete. He's well-known for participating in different competitions. From CrossFit, Olympic Lifting, to Strongman competitions, Joey has done it all. Most of all, he's a BJJ practitioner and competitor. Check out how he trains in the video below.  ...

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BJJ weight classes are used in competitions to make the matches more fair. It also makes the matches more exciting for both the competitors and the audience. However, because there are a lot of different organizations holding BJJ and grappling tournaments, there can be some confusion on their weight classes. In this article, we will feature a BJJ weight classes guide including IBJJF weight classes and ADCC weight classes. Keep in mind that this information should only be used as a guide. It’s important to always double check the weight divisions directly from the organizations. Do this before you sign...

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