Whether you’re well past your white-belt days or you’re living them now, any insight can go a long way. Part of Jiu-Jitsu is being humble and remembering what it was like to be a rookie can bring us back to that feeling of not knowing anything. It can also revamp our excitement, wonder and fascination for the art that some of us may have been practicing for years already.
For the current white belts, learning what others go through may alleviate the growing pains involved with starting out on your Jiu-Jitsu Journey.
In this documentary, a white belt named Chirag Dave from Toronto prepares for an upcoming tournament. Check out how he trains and how he fares at the competition: