John Danaher Explains How To NOT Get Smashed By Younger Athletes

Are you an older BJJ student? Perhaps you’ve just started out and are wondering how you should go about it. Or maybe you’re someone who has some experience in training already, but are kind of confused so as to what you should be doing next.
Being an older Jiu-Jitsu practitioner requires making some adjustments. But don’t fret; these adjustments will make you just as good (if not better) than the majority of students.

If you sometimes get crushed by younger, more athletic training partners…
Then you know how frustrating that can feel.

John Danaher talks about the issue below and gives some good, practical advice to everyone struggling with younger training partners:

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