Categorized as: Git Right Sports Psychology

Jiu-Jitsu as Yoga

A lot of people, even if they've heard of Jiu-Jitsu envision it as a hard martial art or a very competitive sport. My goal as the head martial arts director / instructor with Git Right SPF and Git Right MMA here in Whittier is to try to challenge that perception in my own small way. What I propose is utilizing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu as a way to recuperate, regenerate, and revitalize your energy and to improve your well being even when you're felling down, beat, or exhausted. By thinking of Read more [...]

Daily Positive Habits

At some point in your life, you have probably made a New Year's resolution. Did you make one 8 months ago that you are on course to achieve? You might have already abandoned your plans. It is a challenge to stay focused when you are adjusting your life. Perhaps you have given up making resolutions because they so rarely succeed. It is hard to make big changes in your life, and you have to enter into that process expecting that you will experience a few setbacks. What separates Read more [...]

Mind Control

   Serious athletes train their bodies hard to improve their strength, performance, and status. Seriously, who wants to come in second place? Who wants a bronze or silver medal? How about 2nd, or 3rd, string status? You get the picture, right? It has been proven that more people want to do their best and be rewarded for it verses just going through the motions with a mediocre performance. The rewards can come in different ways. They can come in recognition, monetary value, trophies, shirts, Read more [...]
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