Category: General

Mental Health, wellbeing and BJJ

During these tough times of Covid-19, some people may be feeling sad or depressed. Exercise is the key to maintaining good, balanced mental health. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu can be that exercise for you. BJJ (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) is a very good sport for getting active, and for just taking your mind off casual life and other worries….


As a child, what can I expect on my first day of BJJ?

As a child, BJJ or Brazillian Jiu Jitsu can be very scary on the first day. You will see things that you are may not be accustomed to such as people throwing each other, or arm bar, or choking. It can be daunting at first, and a little uncomfortable. However, do not be afraid of…


How long does it take to get your Blue Belt in BJJ?

Unlike other Martial Arts, BJJ Belt promotions do not use tick boxes that can allow you to get promoted quickly through the belt rankings (Think Taekwondo or Karate). Therefore there really is no easy way to fast track promotions. On average, it takes around 2 years. But it could take a lot longer, or a…


How TF do I train BJJ at home?

The last time I trained properly was when Rey Diogo visited us at Caza BJJ in Noosa nearly a month ago. Following that, we took our kids out of school, and stayed home as much as we can. With an asthmatic family, and a wife that has already had enough cases of pneumonia, we figured…


It Begins!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! Welcome to BJJ.net.au. This site has been started in a time that ironically, we cannot train Brazillian Jui-Jitsu due to Covid-19. This is a time where those of us that have been training 3 or 4 or 5 times a…