Why should your kids do BJJ?

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Martial arts is something parents commonly place their children in for many reasons.
Some are put in to learn self-defense and in some cases it is just a way for the parents to get a short break ☕️
Regardless the benefits children can gain by training are endless.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu provides many benefits to children that can follow them for life and create better individuals as a whole. Here’s 5 reasons why your kids should be training jiu jitsu.

1️⃣ Problem Solving Skills
Children who are placed into Brazilian Jiu Jitsu learn vital problem solving skills. This is a great way to sharpen young developing minds and comprehension
2️⃣ Discipline
Having the structure, respect, and discipline that BJJ provides can be transferred into many other aspects of life. They learn the following things:
3️⃣ Exercise
From the warm up to the rolling, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is sure to get your sweat on, burn calories and energy, build strength and endurance
4️⃣ Friends
One more reason your kids should train is because of the social environment. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu brings in people from all walks of life and kids can meet new friends they may never have in any other way. We see each other all the time and this creates a very strong bond. We trust each other and depend on each other in order to learn.
5️⃣ Self Defense
Lastly if all this wasn’t enough to convince you that your child should be training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu; Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is a great self-defense system to learn. It has been shown that at some point most physical altercations end up on the ground where Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is most useful. But also, martial arts in general teach you to be a calm and collected person and you become better at avoiding and preventing such altercations in the first place.
2 replies
  1. JD Lopez
    JD Lopez says:

    Children nowadays are so engrossed in their screens and computer time that they forget to enjoy physical activities. Doing BJJ would aid in this concern of ours, this would also teach them good values! It would be a great idea to let our children at least try this.


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