Struggling to get positive results in competition? Gustavo Dantas can help

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Gustavo Dantas at the Long Beach Open 2014. Photo: Erin Herle

Gustavo Dantas at the Long Beach Open 2014. Photo: Erin Herle


GMA member Gustavo Dantas is at it again. The head instructor of GDJJ in Tempe, Arizona and the professed BJJ Mental Coach has yet another piece of advice for anyone struggling with their mindset in competition.

Are you struggling to get positive results in tournaments? Are you frustrated that you have been training a lot, competing consistently, but you still have not achieved the success that you desire? The BJJ Mental Coach, Gustavo Dantas has a message for you:

The 2012 IBJJF world master 2 black belt champion, and the 2014 world master 2 runner up confesses that it has been a long rough road to the top. “I’ve struggled a lot in the beginning of my career, but for sure one thing that I’ve learned and I can pass to you is that HARD WORK PAYS OFF!” says the BJJ Mental Coach.

In this video Gustavo shares three key elements necessary to accomplish any meaningful goal that you have set for yourself, on and off the mat.

For more information about discovering what is holding you back from performing to the best of your ability, reaching your full potential and achieving the success that you desire, check out his program “Inner Discovery for Outer Success” at In this program Gustavo breaks down fundamentals, concepts, techniques and five tips that can help you to be your best self on the mat.

You either can control your mind, or your mind can control you. The choice is yours, choose wisely.

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