Why learning BJJ brings a lot of advantages?


Do you want to learn how to defend yourself? Or do you want to get fitter? If achieving one of these two things is important to you, try Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu – an effective martial art that is suitable for everyone! In this article, we will tell you why learning BJJ is so advantageous.


Brazilian jiu-jitsu is increasingly popular worldwide. It’s a martial art that has multiple benefits, especially if your dream is to get in shape. While practicing this sport, a lot of physical exercises is performed, and all the muscles of the body are included. Also, BJJ can help with body & mind balance.

What is Brazilian jiu-jitsu?

Under this name, a combination of martial art, self-defense system and combat sport is hidden.

Brazilian JJ is a sport that includes multiple movements and a combat between two people. Some of its most common practices are the so-called throws and knocks, submissions or blockages. Although these names may impress, hurting the other person is not the purpose of Brazilian JJ, especially when it is done in gyms or in sports centers. In these cases, classes are taught to improve physical and mental fitness, as well as learn to defend against certain types of attacks, apart from working on specific aspects.


Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art developed to defeat opponents stronger and heavier than oneself by choosing the right technique and using your force.

According to the researchers, 90% of the street fights end on the ground. What could be better than having the perfect tools that you can control in that situation?


BJJ gives you the possibility to control someone in a way that you determine, without endangering yourself. This martial art is ideally suited for women because you can eliminate the weight difference with technique and balance. If you master the basics, you really have a huge advantage over people who have no idea how a ground battle or submission works. There are usually two groups available: mixed – for men and women and for women only.

Lose weight

Practicing BJJ can be intense and gradually increases a large number of skills such as cardiovascular endurance, physical fitness, coordination and muscle strengthening of the entire body. Thus, combined with a healthy lifestyle and a balanced diet, the practice of Brazilian jiu-jitsu can help you to lose weight quickly.

Tone the body and increase muscle mass

Brazilian jiu-jitsu brings its trainees a better understanding of body movements and helps to develop balance, flexibility, dexterity, lateralization and coordination. Like judo and wrestling, it is an intense sport that requires strength and explosiveness.


And unlike the two sports mentioned above, some competitions allow fights that last 10 or even 20 minutes. The jiu-jitsu games are held with very little intervention from the referee and therefore, a minimum of timeouts. So, endurance is also a skill that will be improved.


In all clubs and at each training session, practitioners will be required to complete a cardiovascular warm-up and perform several muscle-building exercises to improve the body’s ability to withstand the fighting.

Jiu-Jitsu is a sport that allows you to acquire strength and endurance through exercises, fighting or specific training physical training. This activity strongly urges the abdominal belt, hips, glutes, quadriceps during most combat phases as well as the forearms, biceps and large dorsals used during the movement of prints. As if following a weight training program, practitioners experience an increase in their muscle mass.

It’s suitable for everyone

BJJ is suitable for men, women, children, young and old. The unique thing about BJJ is that you learn the techniques that fit your body type. Some people are taller and heavier and will focus more on pressure and control. If you are smaller, you focus more on technique and speed. If you are tall and thin, you can do a lot with your legs.

It makes you much fitter

If you don’t like running on a treadmill or dragging weights, BJJ is ideal for you. With BJJ, you train your entire body, without even noticing it. And because you try to improve your position while the other person wants to defeat you, you are obliged to get the most out of yourself and you push the other person to do the same.

Body control

With BJJ, you learn a lot about the mechanics in your body and how you can use them against someone else. There is a reason why BJJ is often called a game of ‘human chess’. Each movement leads to a subsequent movement and ends in surrender when someone makes a decisive movement.

Patience and discipline

Analyzing the situation, thinking about the right strategy and executing it without problems is something that not only needs a little speed, but it also requires patience to know how to wait for the right moment and make the attack with the highest probability of success. This, together with the discipline, are two skills that people learn and develop when practicing jiu-jitsu. This not only helps with having a better focus and energy, but it also allows to reduce the stress of everyday life.

An activity that allows you to relax

Although many people consider martial arts to foster violence, this idea is completely false, since most of the fight sports promote peaceful ideas and only use force when it is “absolutely necessary.” Many professionals recommend the practice of this type of activities to people with anger problems, high-stress levels or with constant aggressive behaviors. Through this activity, you control your character better and have the opportunity to relax after training.

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LaDonna Dennis

LaDonna Dennis is the founder and creator of Mom Blog Society. She wears many hats. She is a Homemaker*Blogger*Crafter*Reader*Pinner*Friend*Animal Lover* Former writer of Frost Illustrated and, Cancer...SURVIVOR! LaDonna is happily married to the love of her life, the mother of 3 grown children and "Grams" to 3 grandchildren. She adores animals and has four furbabies: Makia ( a German Shepherd, whose mission in life is to be her attached to her hip) and Hachie, (an OCD Alaskan Malamute, and Akia (An Alaskan Malamute) who is just sweet as can be. And Sassy, a four-month-old German Shepherd who has quickly stolen her heart and become the most precious fur baby of all times. Aside from the humans in her life, LaDonna's fur babies are her world.

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