#207 The Good, The Bad and The Mature.

From the beginning stages of my development as a Jiu Jitsu practitioner to the more advanced stages I found myself viewing things in Jiu Jitsu as good or bad.

What you must come to understand is that all positions have their inherent values, strengths and weaknesses. By doing so you remove such limits from your progress and allow yourself to see what the position, move or technique is for and when it could be most suitable rather than labeling it as wrong.

I used to think cross chokes only worked at the beginner stages, until Xande Ribeiro awakened me to the fact that it is one of the most under utilized and highly effective mid and close range attacks when performed properly and at the right time.

Published by chrishargettjj

Jiu Jitsu, Health and Daily Improvement with my family!

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