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Brooke BJJ

My thoughts on the world and BJJ! Writer for White Belt Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

It’s Important to Balance Jiu-Jitsu and Life’s Responsibilities

"We are often at war with ourselves. You have to find that balance between your heart and your mind." (author unknown) Finding balance in every aspect of your life is something a lot of people struggle with, including myself. As... Continue Reading →

Families That Train Together Are Happier Together! 

Every jiu jitsu practitioner knows that it's a time consuming sport. Whether you are a student athlete trying to balance school with jiu jitsu, someone trying to balance a career, or your are a full time athlete, jiu jitsu is... Continue Reading →

BJJ Survival: Being a Small Girl in a Small Town

Finding the right gym can be a challenge for anyone. Finding a place to train that has an instructor who's training philosophy lines up with yours, or that has people that you actually want to be around, can be hard.... Continue Reading →

Instead of Parties and Pep Rallies it’s the BJJ Podium 

I can remember as a little kid, going to the varsity sporting events at the local high school. I can remember always thinking, "I want that to be me!" I want to be the one on the court that everyone... Continue Reading →

Nutrition

As a competitive athlete in jiu jitsu, nutrition is important.You have to fuel your body with all it needs to keep up with long classes, fast runs, and intense workouts. Since my jiu jitsu journey started almost a year ago... Continue Reading →

Where I Started and How I Got Here

Competitive sports have always been a part of my life. By the time I was five I was into rec soccer and then my 6th grade year I joined the cross country team on top of that. When I got... Continue Reading →

What is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Why?

Many people have asked me what I do. They've said "I don't understand" and "I don't get it." I've been asked what this sport is and I've been asked why I do it, so I'm going to explain what I... Continue Reading →

My First Tournament

Confusion and nerves are adequate descriptors of my first jiu jitsu tournament. Although happiness and excitement are probably more accurate. After being in BJJ for six months I decided that I wanted to compete. I've been a very competitive person... Continue Reading →

They Won’t Understand

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