When you're training Jiu-Jitsu, you put your body through a lot. You're constantly pushing it to the limit, and sometimes you might even feel like you're sick. But is it really safe to train when you're not feeling well?
In this blog post, we will explore the risks of training Jiu-Jitsu when you're not feeling your best, and offer some advice on what to do if you find yourself in this situation.
Having high levels of adrenaline after Jiu-Jitsu/BJJ class or any other combat sport can have serious health concerns if left unchecked prior to sleep. A common problem is that many martial artists and athletes don't know how to properly prepare the body for its natural recovery abilities after an intense workout.
This was one of my main issues as I finished training at around 9:45 pm. I struggled to receive the quality sleep and rest needed for optimal recovery and performance. In this article, I am going to reveal some research-backed methods that I have found to be highly effective and relaxing both your mind and body while lowering adrenaline.