How to get the Most of your Martial Arts Training In Fort Worth

How to get the Most of your Martial Arts Training

The mindset you have while training Jiu-Jitsu is crucial to success in the sport. I personally think that you should train to develop the game that works to your strengths. I believe a complete understanding of basics is very essential to success in your training. Once you understand the basics and begin to develop your Jiu-Jitsu game I think you should concentrate on one technique in particular. By concentrating on one technique for a month or so you will develop that part more completely. We have all heard the saying don’t fear the man that did 10,000 different kicks fear the man that did one kick 10,000 times. I think you should spend hours and hours, even a whole month simply drilling that particular technique. If you are the best in the world at one technique, then you do not need 50 different techniques to submit your opponent, just that one. Concentrating on one particular thing gives you the opportunity to master that position or submission. It doesn’t matter if it is Jiu-Jitsu or MMA, arm bar or double leg, the hours you put into each technique are what make your game plan strong and transform you into a tough competitor.

The next thing that I feel is important to advancing your training is to write everything down when you are done with class. If you just sit on the edge of the mat with a notebook and write everything down that you just learned. Writing the mistakes you had while grappling, the instruction from class, anything that you experienced on the mat that worked or did not. Not only can you refer back to the journal for questions you have, but writing it down helps you to remember the information and recall it easier in the future. You can more easily be conscience of problems and strengths in your Jiu-Jitsu or MMA game by doing this. There by improving at a faster pace then you previously anticipated.

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Do I need to compete to be a part of a MMA or Jiu-Jitsu Gym?

A common misconception about training in Martial Arts or taking a Martial Arts Class at a School is that you need to want to be a Professional Fighter in order to start training. Competing at any level is not required.

You can train Jiu-Jitsu, MMA, or Muay Thai and never ever fight. Most people actually are part of the gym for the fitness and most of all the community.

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There is no reason that you have to fight professionally in order to be an important part of the gym or a school. You can come in and train, you can do all the things that we do get in shape, plus experience all the benefits of training like a regular fighter and never compete.

Now, if you want to compete, that’s great, lots of guys compete successfully but it definitely isn’t required. The majority of my guys don’t compete and never wanted to compete. They come in to train in their respected Martial Art, that they enjoy, be a part of a fitness community, and then go home to their family and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. Simply because the minority is doing fighting doesn’t mean that you have to or if you don’t you are going to be treated any different then the rest of the fighters in the gym. I think that it is important for the School Owner to compete or at least have competed when they were younger. I think that most of the Good Coaches at one time or another fought at a high level.

It is very difficult to coach say a MMA Fighter if you haven’t fought before at that level.

I am not talking about a local fight night I am saying fought on a international level. Maybe not the UFC but at least the bigger shows. For BJJ I think you should have fought in the BJJ Worlds or something equivalent. I also think that it is important that the head coach for regular students to have competed at the highest level to insure that they are qualified to be your instructor.

Not only do they know what they are taking about, but they know what it feels like to be in that situation. In my gym everyone can enjoy the benefits of BJJ and MMA, as well as, get in shape and be an integral part of the Team Lutter family. Competing is just one aspect, the other stuff is “you know the life changing part”.

Martial Arts in Fort Worth: Do I need to be in Shape to Start Training Martial Arts

No! Absolutely not. When you come into my school, you do not need to be shape in amazing shape, it’s helpful but not required.

I have designed a beginner program so that when you start training at my gym we will work with whatever fitness level that you are currently at.  You just need to come in the shape that you are in currently. If you wait come in and another year goes by or maybe not a year but a month. The best thing to do is not wait till you are in shape you just need to literary let’s start now. I will help you to get in shape in my beginner class. That way you can start training immediately.

This is a huge benefit for you, you’re not wasting time, you get in shape while learning a new skill. You might as well get in shape as you are learning the skills that you wish to gain from your new sport you have chosen whether it is BJJ MMA or Muay Thai. As you get in better shape, and your skills are gonna to be improving that way everything is gonna come together naturally. So definitely do not wait to start training I really can’t emphise that enough.

Start today not next week, run don’t walk to your phone and call right now to set up your intro class. You need to start training immediately, you need a sense of urgency! You are never going to accomplish your goals unless you start training now. The time isn’t next year, the time isn’t 10 years from now people, don’t wait until you have time, make time now. Life never gets an easier if it is important to you start now.

If you have the desire to learn martial arts whether it’s MMA, Jiu Jiutsu, Muay Thai whatever that martial arts is you need to jump in it now.

You don’t want to wait until you are 80 years old and say to yourself I wish I would have done whatever is it that you wish you would have done. Take the time now to develop who you want to become!!

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Martial Arts in Fort Worth
1732 E Square
Fort Worth TX 76120
817-781-4243

Do I need to be in Shape to Start Training Martial Arts?

No! Absolutely not. When you come into my school, you do not need to be shape in amazing shape, it’s helpful but not required.

I have designed a beginner program so that when you start training at my gym we will work with whatever fitness level that you are currently at.  You just need to come in the shape that you are in currently. If you wait come in and another year goes by or maybe not a year but a month. The best thing to do is not wait till you are in shape you just need to literary let’s start now. I will help you to get in shape in my beginner class. That way you can start training immediately. This is a huge benefit for you, you’re not wasting time, you get in shape while learning a new skill. You might as well get in shape as you are learning the skills that you wish to gain from your new sport you have chosen wether it is BJJ MMA or Muay Thai. As you get in better shape, and your skills are gonna to be improving that way everything is gonna come together naturally. So definitely do not wait to start training I really can’t emphise that enough. Start today not next week, run don’t walk to your phone and call right now to set up your intro class. You need to start training immediately, you need a sense of urgency! You are never going to accomplish your goals unless you start training now. The time isn’t next year, the time isn’t 10 years from now people, don’t wait until you have time, make time now. Life never gets an easier if it is important to you start now. If you have the desire to learn martial arts whether it’s MMA, Jiu Jiutsu, Muay Thai whatever that martial arts is you need to jump in it now. You don’t want to wait until you are 80 years old and say to yourself I wish I would have done whatever is it that you wish you would have done. Take the time now to develop who you want to become!!