Are you an over 30-year-old Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioner who is interested in getting involved in competitions but no idea how to go about it?
Competing for the first time can be a stressful experience if you don’t know how to properly prepare yourself for this new challenge, especially when competition is not the main priority in your life.
“The ten steps to maximize your tournament experience” that are shared in Launching Your BJJ Competition Journey After 30 will bring you clarity and have a better understanding of how tournaments work and what you should do to prepare yourself more efficiently to increase the odds of achieving the outcome that you want, and enjoying your competition journey.
Robson Moura (IBJJF Hall of Fame, 5x Black Belt World Champion) – “This book is a must for all 30 and over competitors and instructors interested in giving even more guidance to their students, especially the beginners.”
Vitor “Shaolin” Ribeiro (3x IBJJF Black Belt World Champion) – “Gustavo’s book is the A to Z guide to all beginner master competitors.”
Gustavo Dantas is a fifth-degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. With more than 25 years of coaching experience and being a World Class competitor, Gustavo is a Public Speaker as well as Certified High Performance, Mental & Life Coach with a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education. Well respected in the Jiu-Jitsu community he hopes to spread out his inspiring coaching philosophy to more Jiu-Jitsu practitioners around the World for years to come through his project The BJJ Mental Coach.