5 Tips For Parents to Help Their Kids Enjoy Jiu-Jitsu Even More

If you already signed up your little one in Jiu-Jitsu, congratulations! The gentle art is a great tool for children to develop their social skills, stay active, build self-steem and learn to deal with uncomfortable situations. Here are five tips for parents to help their kids enjoy Jiu=Jitsu even more. 1.Don’t get mad if when they lose Master Carlos Gracie once said that in Jiu-Jitsu you either win or learn. Kids are in it to learn and failure is a big part of that process. Relax and be supportive so they will want to try again. 2.Don’t rush them Every kid has a different learning curve. Every good instructor will tell you that. Believe them and don’t compare your kid’s knowledge stage with

Overcoming Fear of Failure in Jiu-jitsu

Achievement motivation is the need for an individual to show competency in a skill area. For someone practicing jiu-jitsu, achievement motivation would be a central tenet for the practitioner to behave in a way that leads to effective learning and application of the Gentle Art. Research into the psychology of achievement motivation began in the 1930s and continues well into the present. One of the most prominent theories came in the 1950s when research suggested that a person’s desire to achieve was determined by the expectancy of attaining a goal versus the fear of failure. In other words, a person will only engage in a task if the hope for success outweighs the fear of failure. Thus, the l
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