If you want to improve your Brazilian Jiu Jitsu you have to train hard. Period. But do you need to work on your strength and conditioning? And can you do this through a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Home Workout? We will answer the questions and help you improve your BJJ training.
Part of your Brazilian Jiu Jitsu training must include strength and conditioning. As we all know, when you’re rolling around the mat for a while, conditioning and stamina make a hell of a difference and having the strength behind your submissions may be the difference between success and failure. However, one of the most difficult things to get around is how to continually train. And when you at the gym/academy with your instructor, sometimes you don’t want to be using face time working out on a treadmill, Swiss ball and conditioning. Sometimes you can fit in in but for some practitioners who are only part time or train once a week etc, conditioning training may need to be done elsewhere.
So why not use a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu home workout to work on your strength and conditioning. You don’t even need much equipment. What if I told you that all you need is a kettlebell? Watch the video below.
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Home Workout
So you see, you too can do strength and conditioning workouts in the comfort of you own home. A Brazilian Jiu Jitsu home workout is not that far fetched when you know how.
All you need is a kettlebell, and of course… motivation and dedication.
Leave me some of your thoughts and post a comment on if, and how you train your conditioning for Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at home.