Grappling art derived from judo, focusing on forcing the opponent to submit using jointlocks and chokes.

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Is it good or bad to compete in a higher weight class?

Is it good for my learning process to compete in higher weight class? My weight is 63 In many BJJ events you have -64, -70, -76, ... Normally I should compete in -64 but I prefer competing in -70. ...
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Why do we train martial arts? [closed]

I've been doing some serious thinking on WHY i am doing martial arts. Can't get it out of my mind and that's all i've been thinking about. This all happened after a trip to Japan and Australia with ...
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How to avoid gassing out during a BJJ or Grappling tournament?

How does someone prepare for a BJJ tournament, especially when the person is gassing out after the first minute of the first fight? What could be the reason of gassing out? Is the overtraining ...
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Could applying an anaconda choke to a turtled opponent be mistaken for a neck crank in gi BJJ?

I am worried about getting disqualified for applying an anaconda choke to an opponent in the turtle position (on all fours). I know this choke is allowed in no-gi, but will referees think I'm doing a ...
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Bjj Gi advice/help? [on hold]

Been training BJJ for roughly 8 months now, currently own a Tatami Nova Gi (Which I quite like). I am going to buy another gi to rotate with, and was thinking of spending quite a bit more. I also ...