Why Anthony Kiedis Quit Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

  • Posted on Oct 22, 2022

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Jiu-was designed to empower the weak against the strong, and the fact that a 59-year old Anthony Kiedis (Red Hot Chili Peppers) had to quit after only 3 classes, tells us the opposite is happening. I’ve been teaching jiu-jitsu for over 25 years. One consistent theme I’ve observed is that if you’re athletic and competitive, and have a high tolerance for discomfort, you can train at any BJJ school and you’ll be okay. If you lack these traits, however, BJJ will chew you up and spit you out before you ever have a chance to build a foundation and experience the limitless benefits it offers it’s long-term practitioners. This is why we all of our beginner programs are 100% geared towards self-defense. For several months, students learn a specific set of techniques intended for a street fight against someone who doesn’t do Jiu-Jitsu (99.95% of the population). Not does this eliminate the complexity and competitiveness that makes sport BJJ so confusing and injurious for beginners like Antho

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