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I get sore muscles all the time. Remember to get enough rest between training. I usually rest for an entire day, making sure I get enough sleep before my next workout. I have heard before about eating egg whites and drinking whey protein shakes help with muscle repair, but I have yet to try it. What really helps is a good massage on the sore area before ...


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Plenty of water - both before and after practice. Its a simple answer, but one that works. Water and rolling out the muscles.


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Auto-massage is trending as a main way to reduce soreness generated by hard muscle training. You can do it with your own hands and fingers or by the aid of a foam roller or a tennis ball. I'll recommend you to check this videos. How to Get Rid of Muscle Soreness, Aches + Pains 3 Unique Boxing Drills Using a Tennis Ball Enough sleeping (min 7:30 h) and ...


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The years of experience is not the only consideration for the graduation. Also opposite that Steven said I never so a student get a different belt of the blue when this turn 16 years old. At IBJJF.org has some rules about the time between the belts. But this rules aren't very strict and very hard to make it happens. The athlete should be in the belt at ...


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You can try chinese meditation balls. When you use them, allow yourself to notice that the more you relax the more it comes with ease to facilitate them not touching. That is, the proper technique is to move then around in a circle without touching. Going one way, then the other. You can also try pushups on your fingers or any other exercise that a ...


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My first tip for you is about how you can protect your joints. Well, first try to relax your arm. If you have relaxed arms this will make it much harder for your opponent to break your grip. The grip is much more than the strength of your fingers and to break the grip your opponent must stretch your arm to the end. This technique will avoid it because you ...


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I recommend: Joint Supplements + Hand exercises. Chronic overuse is chronic overuse. You cannot just solve it magically in days, these things usually take time and effort. You could try lessening your usage of your individual fingers by kind of pressing your fingers in towards each other so that each finger supports the fingers adjacent to it (e.g. pinky ...


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By the rules (IBJJF - International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation) the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu belt must have a black tip. In case of the Black belt the tip should be white or red. Red is for who teach Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Some guys ( and this is mistake ) change the black tip in other belts for a red tip. This is not right. Just a black belt should use a red ...



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