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Zen Jiu Jitsu (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Oliver Staark

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Zen and the Art of Jiu Jitsu - The 30 Day Program to Improve Your Jiu Jitsu Game 1000%

Are you Stuck? Struggling to find a game that works in the Academy?

That’s the word that comes to mind when I think about the transition from blue belt to purple belt. For reasons that I can't quite work out, when I came to the later stages of being a blue belt I felt confused and lost in my game.

Trying to put all the pieces together seemed like a task too far and quitting looked like an option, after all, most guys my age are hitting the golf course or surfing not rolling on the floor with sweat soaked people.

This quitting idea seemed an option at least. In an effort to review what I was doing and pushing through this plateau I developed a few habits that not only brought about a huge change in my game but by applying them on a consistent basis turned me into a respected player in my academy.

˃˃˃ From obscurity to recognition, even from Black Belts, and it only took me one month!

This is a great manual for anyone interested in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Traditional Jiu Jitsu, MMA and Grappling.

˃˃˃ Don't forget every black belt started out as a white belt...

This manual covers various motivational strategies to keep you moving along the path and towards creating a game plan you can work!

Scroll up and grab a copy today.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen The discussion about LEARNING bjj that I've been waiting for 12. November 2012
Von Steven D. Ward - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Taschenbuch|Verifizierter Kauf
After first finding out about Zen JiuJitsu, I hesitated for a few days before buying it, or even downloading the free sample. Frankly, I've blown a lot of money on supplemental materials for BJJ that are all collecting dust on a bookshelf or drawer somewhere. Finally I ended up reading through the sample. When I came to the end of it, I clicked the "buy now" link without pausing. From only reading the sample, I figured out three things:

1) The author doesn't just give lists of techniques to learn. It is more of a discussion about our mindset and strategy for approaching training. "Philosophy" if you will. In the age of the Interent, finding random techniques to practice is a piece of cake. What we need to figure out is how to choose the techniques we NEED.
2) The author's writing echoed my own thinking about BJJ and learning in general.
3) It clearly represented a fresh perspective.

I've been learning BJJ for a few years now and have spent big money on various DVD sets and books, and hours upon hours watching YouTube videos. The vast majority of these books, even the 'bibles' of the BJJ world seem to focus exclusively on cramming as many techniques as possible into your head (although they may differ on WHICH techniques or the finer points of certain ones).

The problem is, I have never learned well this way. Trying to learn German and Spanish at various points in my life by studying flashcards for hours on end proved to be as fruitless as it was tedious. And yet, now I am nearly fluent in Korean, one of the hardest languages in the world for native English speakers to learn. I've done it through directed, systematic, study and a LOT of immersion. And I've had fun doing it.

Zen JiuJitsu advocates a similar approach with learning BJJ. You may not go to the gym every day of the week, but the book provides you with a study plan (and the ability to customize it) to make the most of the days you can't make it in. He shows you how to use this time systematically (regardless of your level and individual strengths/weaknesses) so you're not whittling it away on YouTube pointlessly trying to memorise details of random techniques. As such, you won't have to join any additional gyms or buy extra equipment. You'll create a custom study plan that you'll need to spend a little bit of time (he recommends an hour) with every day. That's it, just a little a day. That's how you can really make progress towards reaching the threshold of 10,000 hours of practice required to achieve mastery.

I really think that anyone, at any level of the game, any fitness level, and any age can benefit from the methods recommended in the book. It doesn't just prescribe a certain progression. Rather, it teaches you to look at your own skills, create your own improvement plan, and, finally, implement it to see serious leaps in your game.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen You feel the author is here with you on the mats, sharing his experience 22. November 2012
Von François G. - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition
Even if I consider myself of having an average experience of BJJ, I'm still a white belt as of today. I'm a small guy and I was recently injured (broken ribs) due to rolling with much larger guys. I was looking for a book to expand my knowledge about BJJ while taking out the most of my time off the mats. As of today, getting opportunities to learn new technics is absolutely not an issue: you get so many of them on YouTube for free, and you can also find GREAT books and instructional DVDs. No, what I was looking for was a book about "how to train BJJ", something that would bring my BJJ to the next level thanks to a new approach. An approach that has been tested by a true BJJ practitioner who suffered from the same issues we've all met as we try and write our path along the line of BJJ: how to deal with larger people, injuries, how to memorize the numerous technics, how to make sure you do not lose your time in doing things the bad way but clearly use it consistently so as to progress at each training session...

This book answered my questions. Well, I won't lie about what I know and what I don't know: as of today, I cannot confirm the book works 100%. To do that, I would need to have practised its approach for at least a few months and see to what extent my game really evolved on the mats. Still, all I can say is that the book brought me the original information I was looking for: I enjoyed the flow of the text, the book structure and the blend of pedagogical anecdotes and illustrations. You really feel like the author is here with you on the mats and tell you about his personal experience: what worked for him, whad did not. Generally speaking, it helps you stay motivated while giving you an overall picture of your game and its possible evolution in the long run. There are things you may already have thought of (such as using a dummy to make real progress and how to practise with it), and some others that will sound refreshing and new. But all in all, it helps you get a clear mental picture of where you are today, where you want to go tomorrow, and brings you meaningful proposals on how to do it. I need to thank the authour for sharing his time-tested approach and concepts.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Very Insightful 17. Dezember 2012
Von JeffTL - Veröffentlicht auf
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I picked up Zen Jiu Jitsu while I was recovering from a back injury. I was unable to grapple for a few months and I was pining for some Jiu Jitsu. Having already watched every wahzoo technique on youtube twice I decided to read what others had to say about Jiu Jitsu. This book was great. It is not a book of techniques. Well it is not specifially teaching grappling techniques. Rather it contains many insights and strategies to improve your mental approach to an often difficult and sometimes grueling sport. Jiu Jitsu can be very fulfilling, but it can also be frustrating. If you want some new ways to examine your game, and some strategies to get over a plateau in your skill set, Zen Jiu Jitsu is what you are looking for. I've read it twice now. I will probably read it ten times. Maybe more. I like to refresh my mind with the Zen Jiu Jitsu strategies from time to time.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Calm down & enjoy the journey 1. Juli 2013
Von Mark in LR - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
After a bad experience in my first BJJ class, I almost decided not to return. Over the weekend after that first class, I did a lot of reading and watched a lot of Youtube. This was the first book that I read over the weekend. It was a fast, easy read. It is not about techniques or similar how-to type manuals. It is more about the mental aspects of improving in a sport without burning out. It helped calm me down and get me ready to go back and try again. I've been going to the bjj class for about 6 weeks now and am enjoying it. This book helped get me back to the second class, so it did its job.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Jiu Jitsu Book for the Serious Student 17. Oktober 2012
Von JJScholar - Veröffentlicht auf
Format:Kindle Edition|Verifizierter Kauf
What a great book for the serious Jiu Jitsu student!

I share many of the same philosophies that the author does about the are of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. So happy that he had the courage to write them down and put them out there. It's a fantastic study of the psychology of Jiu Jitsu and an even better manual on how to put together a system for yourself to drastically improve your game by getting the most out of every training session. Even without rolling everyday, the core principles and more importantly the scholarly approach to improving your game are things that and serious BJJ student can learn from.
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