Top 10 Mental Mistakes BJJ Competitors Make and How to Avoid Them #3 Fear of Making Costly Mistakes

March 4th, 2015 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

The number three most common mental mistake Jiu-Jitsu competitors make is “Fear of making costly mistakes”. If you have competed before, most likely you have made this mistake and you are NOT alone! The fear of making costly mistakes during a match can hold us back from performing to the best of our abilities and it can bring a lot of frustration after the competition.

Today you are going to hear about the best way to avoid this very common mental mistake that we all go through at some point in our Jiu-jitsu competition journey.

Enjoy!

Gustavo Dantas
The BJJ Mental Coach
“Bringing Innovation to Jiu-Jitsu”

“DO YOUR NERVES GET THE BEST OF YOU CONSISTENTLY WHEN YOU COMPETE?”

Check out http://www.thebjjmentalcoach.com to find out how “Inner Discovery for Outer Success” can help you!

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Robert Traven Seminar on April 18th, 2015 in AZ

February 27th, 2015 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

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3rd Copa Bela (All female tournament) & 7th AZ Kids Cup on April 25th

February 25th, 2015 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

The 3rd Copa Bela (All female tournament) and the 7th AZ Kids Cup of BJJ will take place on April 25th at the Phoenix College, located at 1202 W. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85013. Registration available now at www.gdjjevents.com. Sign up now!

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2014 Final School Rankings and MVP Competitors

February 19th, 2015 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

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2014 was a competitive year for the Arizona Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Community.  Many schools had good years through the four major tournaments: 9th International AZ Open, 6th AZ Kids Cup, 2014 AZ State Championship and the 6th Southwest BJJ Classic, but only five can finish on the podium.

 Adults

1st Place – GD Jiu-Jitsu Academy

2nd Place – Nava BJJ

3rd Place – CTA

4th Place – BJJ Revolution

5th Place – Power MMA

Kids

1st Place – Power MMA

2nd Place – Nava BJJ

3rd Place – Siege MMA/Lotus Club

4th Place – Primero BJJ

5th Place – CTA

Today, we are also announcing the MVP’s of the 2014 Tournament Season. The MVP’s will have their entry fees sponsored by GDJJ Events for the 2015 Tournament Season.

The Kids 2014 Male MVP goes to Xavier Castillo (Siege MMA/Lotus) who won all four tournaments!  Honorable mention goes the runner ups Ben Currance (CTA) and Ian Mowery (GD Jiu-Jitsu Academy), who also won all four tournaments but had a couple less matches than Xavier.

The Kids Female MVP Award goes to Ayden Peterson (Power MMA). Ayden won all four tournaments in 2014!  The runner up goes to Elias Flores (Daimyo BJJ) who also won all four tournaments but again had less matches than Ayden.

The Award for the Adult Male 2014 MVP goes to Nathan Hagberg (GD Jiu-Jitsu Academy), who finished the year with five gold medals in three tournaments.  The runner ups were David Larson (GD Jiu-Jitsu Academy), Horlando Monteiro (GD Jiu-Jitsu Academy) and Javier Diaz (CheckMat/Chute Boxe), who also won his division in all three of the tournaments this year.

The Adult Female Award goes to Gudrun Gunther (CheckMat/ Chute Boxe), who had great year winning four gold medals in three tournaments. The runner up was Jennifer Bann (GD Jiu-Jitsu Academy), who also won all three tournaments of the year.

The end of 2014 sets up the beginning of 2015 and the chase for MVP starts February 21st & 22nd at the 9th AZ International Open! Full info for the 10th AZ International Open at GD Events Website.


Top 10 Mental Mistakes BJJ Competitors Make and How to Avoid Them #1 Focusing on the outcome

February 6th, 2015 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

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Hello everyone, today I am going to start sharing the top ten mental mistakes Jiu-Jitsu competitors make and how to avoid them. These mistakes can increase your pre-competition jitters and anxiety and it can definitely compromise your performance, trust me I have been there before ☺. The first mental mistake that I am going to share with you is “Focusing on the Outcome”.

Stay tuned for more videos, and if you have any questions or suggestions , please contact me at info@thebjjmentalcoach.com

Enjoy!

Gustavo Dantas
The BJJ Mental Coach
“Bringing Innovation to Jiu-Jitsu”

“DO YOUR NERVES GET THE BEST OF YOU CONSISTENTLY WHEN YOU COMPETE?”

Check out http://www.thebjjmentalcoach.com to find out how “Inner Discovery for Outer Success” can help you!

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Rodrigo Medeiros Seminar in Tucson and Sierra Vista in February

January 20th, 2015 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

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Seminar with Alberto Crane in Tucson on 01/24/2015

December 16th, 2014 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

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The BJJ Brick Podcast Interview with Gustavo Dantas

December 9th, 2014 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

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From: www.bjjbrick.com 

Have you ever failed to deliver your best when it counts?  This week our friend and BJJ black belt Gustavo Dantas will help you do your best on and off the mat.  Gustavo has been training BJJ for 25 years, he is a 4th degree black belt.  He has a passion for teaching BJJ and helping coach people to reach their goals.  His coaching website is TheBjjMentalCoach.com.

In this interview we talk about:

  • Doing BJJ as a kid in Rio
  • Listening to audio books
  • Why he recommends the book Psycho-Cybernetics
  • The BJJ Mental Coach blog
  • How he was able to overcome a bad start to competing
  • Overcoming mental blocks in competing
  • Moving to the United States from Brazil
  • Dealing with competition anxiety
  • A recent interview he did with Budo Videos
  • Dealing with a high pressure situation
  • How he runs competition students different from the students that don’t compete
  • Learning from failure
  • The three types of training partners that you need to be training with
  • How BJJ can benefit someone off the mat
  • Fixing mistakes after a tournament
  • Living up to your full potential
  • Dealing with fear
  • Focusing on only the things that you can control
  • His four Dvd set Inner Discovery for outer success

Contact Info for Gustavo Dantas- Email: info@thebjjmentalcoach.comHis Facebook PageThe Bjj Mental Coach website

Gustavo’s Sponsors ShoyorollAggro Brand

 


Mackenzie Dern Seminar in Tempe on December 7th

November 30th, 2014 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

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Source: www.graciemag.com

“Black belt Mackenzie Dern of GMA Megaton Jiu-Jitsu will be teaching a workshop in Tempe, AZ on Dec. 7.

The 2014 no-gi world champion will be teaching a Toys for Tots Workshop where you can train and learn with her. Men and women of any affiliation are welcome.
The cost of the seminar is $50 but you will receive $10 off if you bring an unwrapped new toy to donate.

The seminar will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1761 E Warner Rd. Tempe, AZ 85284.”


Fabio Santos Seminar in Arizona on December 21st

November 30th, 2014 | Subscribe to AZSBJJF by Email | Subscribe to the AZSBJJF RSS Feed

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Contact www.yumabjj.com for more information