Everyone in South Jersey is able to enjoy the life changing benefits of training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and Judo at Razors Edge Mixed Martial Arts! What are some of the benefits of training BJJ and Judo you ask?

Good For Your Physical Health 

One of the obvious benefits from doing Judo and Jiu Jitsu is that it is good for your health. The workouts and drills that you do in both Judo and Jiu Jitsu are grueling. They require you to be in peak physical condition because, more often times than not, you spend hours on the mat with an opponent. The workouts allow you to stay in shape year round. BJJ and Judo sessions typically run anywhere from an hour and a half to two hours long. You engage in wrestling, grappling, sparring, and circuits that will leave you gasping for air if you are not conditioned. These workouts can strengthen your heart in the long run, and they can also help people loose weight for those looking for an engaging workout that is fun and insightful. 

Good For Your Mental Health 

Some other benefits of Judo and Jiu Jitsu is that it gives you self-confidence. You gain knowledge of hundreds of moves and progress each day through training. At the end of the sessions you leave with your head held high because you gave it your all. Nothing is more satisfying than coming out of a BJJ or Judo session. People get to learn new moves everyday and apply them to other opponents. People are also given the chance to spar with other people and try to submit their opponents. Tapping opponents out gives people a sense of satisfaction. They can see tangible results of their training paying off and can continue to progress each day. People can then apply this confidence into other aspects of their life, whether it be work or their personal life. 

Good For Creating New Relationships 

Both Jiu Jitsu and Judo requires people to spend hours on the mat with different people of all races. This is great because it always you to bond with these people and develop long lasting relationships. Everyone sweats and struggles together in each of the sessions. There is a common respect for anyone who steps onto those mats because it takes heart and courage to compete in Judo and Jiu Jitsu. These bonds may even further develop outside of the classroom. People may compete and get mad at their opponent on occasions, but at the end of the day they are there for the same reasons; to get better and to learn everyday. Mutual respect is a founding principle under Judo and BJJ. It teaches you not to judge a person or hold any biases towards people. This may sound cliche, but is correct one hundred percent of the time. 

Good For Self-Defense 

Some other benefits of BJJ and Judo is for self-dense. They want to be able to defend themselves in case an emergency happens. Jiu Jitsu and Judo has proven to work time and time again as can be seen in mma promotions like UFC or Bellator Fighting Championships. Judo is one of the most effective ways to bring your opponent to the ground withe ease and BJJ is the most effective way to neutralize an opponent while at the same time minimizing any damage that may occur. Both Judo and Jiu Jitsu teach you how to use techniques effectively without expending a lot of energy. Instructors stress the importance of letting your opponent get tired so you can then take advantage of them. The lessons and skills a person learns during each class are priceless. They can help people out of scary scenarios and may in turn save their life.

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