Finding The Perfect Jiu Jitsu Gym
Going to a Jui-Jitsu gym for the first time is probably not at all like you imagine. It’s no a bunch of guys waiting to choke you out or tear your arms off. And it’s not a closed-circle of lifelong martial artists who have no time for beginners. It’s actually a very inviting and open atmosphere.
The thing about Jui-Jitsu that makes it so open to newcomers is that it is always evolving. From each position that you can find yourself in while doing Jui-Jitsu there are usually several options, some not even considered yet. So the sport is about learning and sharing. Taking a class in Jui-Jistu you will see this first-hand by how much chatter there is during lessons while people comment on each others’ technique and figure things out together.
Now, as in any sport or class or activity, you may start to rule yourself out from doing it based on a number of things. You might tell yourself, I am too old/young, too fat/skinny, too loud/quiet, too this or that. The truth is that you will see people from all walks of life in a Jui-Jitsu class. Any personality differences are put aside as you step onto the mat and the objective of learning this art brings you together and takes over. The instructors have dealt with all kinds of body types so they will help you do what works best for you.
I have been in gyms and taken part in sports all my life and I can honestly say that Jui-Jitsu is one of the funnest, educational, sports I have done. You look forward to going to class to learn and try new things everyday as well as perfecting things that you have already learnt. If you are looking for a fun way to get in shape, or a new skill, or you are serious about competing than I highly suggest checking out your nearest Jui-Jitsu gym.
Finding The Perfect Jiu Jitsu Gym,