Jiu Jitsu at the end of the day, is the art of expressing yourself honestly. Everytime you put on a Gi, you can't lie.
Turning the other cheek is a kind of moral jiu-jitsu.
Jiu-jitsu puts you completely in the moment, where you must have a complete focus on finding a solution to the problem. This trains the mind to build that focus, to increase your awareness, your capacity to solve problems.
There is no losing in Jiu-Jitsu. You either win or you learn.
Jiu-Jitsu has been one of the most valuable tools I've ever had in my life.
Jiu-jitsu is the gentle art. It's the art where a small man (or woman is going to
prove to you, no matter how strong you are, no matter how mad you get,
that you're going to have to accept defeat. Thats what Brazilian
Jiu Jitsu is a mousetrap. The trap does not chase the mouse. But when the mouse grabs the cheese, the trap plays its role.
A real jiu-jitsu fighter does not go around beating people down. Our defense is made to neutralize aggression.
I’ ve always been a fan of the basics. After you have a good solid foundation of Jiu-Jitsu, the rest comes by instinct. You create, invent. The rest is easy. The difficult part is the beginning.
Sometimes, you don't have to win, you cannot win. but that has nothing to do with losing.
If you are not comortable to deal with an opponent 50 lbs heavier than you, there is something wrong with your Jiu Jitsu.
The Jiu Jitsu I created was designed to give the weak ones a chance to face the heavy and strong.
Jiu Jitsu is about waiting for the right time to do the right move.
Jiu-Jitsu is like a philosophy. It helps me learn how to face life.
The essence of jiu-jitsu is philosophy.
Jiu-Jitsu is my therapy, my passion, my life.
Spend more time in a Jiu Jitsu gi than in street clothes.
The big, strong, tough guy goes to class, and he keeps getting tapped by the skinny, technical guy. It begins to change him. It makes him humble. That's what Jiu Jitsu does to you. It makes you humble.
A black belt only covers two inches of your ass. You have to cover the rest.
I wasn’t a good student, and even now I never say that I am better than anybody, but I know I love Jiu Jitsu more than anybody. I love the energy and that it gets deeper the more you study.
When you do Jiu Jitsu, you won't look at a bigger guy and say 'oh no', you'll look and say 'how interesting!'
If you think, you are late. If you are late, you use strength. If you use strength you get tired. And if you get tired, you die!
There's more philosophy in jiu-jitsu mats than in any Ivy League school in America.
Why do I beat a lot of people? Because I love it so much, that’s why. Everything about Jiu Jitsu, I love it – the school, the mat, the ring. I always believe that. Maybe I am not better than my opponent, but I know for sure I love my training more.
The idea of jiu-jitsu is to give the little guy a chance to beat the big guy.
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