[font_full1 title=”Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu In The Morning ” link=”” button=”” icon=”align-center” color=”light” size=”medium” background=”off” spin=”off”]In the International Carlson Gracie Amsterdam you can learn Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu direct with Brazilian Teacher Black Belt.
Every Monday Wednesday and Friday from 8 am to 9:30 am. All levels together. Start your day with Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training in the morning.
[/font_full1][font_full1 title=”It’s great way to start the day.” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrow-down” color=”light” size=”medium” background=”off” spin=”off”][/font_full1][font_full1 title=”Find yourself in a better mood all day.” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrow-down” color=”light” size=”medium” background=”off” spin=”off”][/font_full1][font_full1 title=”Metabolism improves substantially.” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrow-down” color=”light” size=”medium” background=”off” spin=”off”][/font_full1][font_full1 title=”Productivity is much higher .” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrow-down” color=”light” size=”medium” background=”off” spin=”off”][/font_full1][font_full1 title=”Brazilian jiu jitsu challenges the mind, great mental shape for the day .” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrow-down” color=”light” size=”medium” background=”off” spin=”off”][/font_full1][font_full1 title=”Regulate sleeping habits.” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrow-down” color=”light” size=”medium” background=”off” spin=”off”][/font_full1][font_full1 title=”Smaller Brazilian Jiu Jitsu class .” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrows” color=”light” size=”small” background=”off” spin=”off”]The smaller class sizes present an excellent opportunity to ask questions and get a more personalized Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu experience. If you are struggling with some aspects of BJJ (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu), training early in the day with a smaller class may help you troubleshoot. The “morning crew” is also oftentimes a tight-knit group of training partners .[/font_full1][font_full1 title=” Burn more calories .” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrows” color=”light” size=”small” background=”off” spin=”off”]Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu early in the day can stimulate your metabolism to keep you burning more calories throughout the day. By starting your day with a light, nutritious meal and a vigorous BJJ (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) workout, you are taking steps towards a healthier lifestyle.[/font_full1][font_full1 title=” It will put you in a better mood .” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrows” color=”light” size=”small” background=”off” spin=”off”]Many studies have shown that physical activity stimulates the release of various mood-enhancing hormones, and if you train BJJ early in the morning, it can have a positive impact on everything else you do that day. Work, school, ordinary social interaction: all of them can be improved if you feel better, and you’ll feel better after getting a sweat going through BJJ.
[/font_full1][font_full1 title=” Lunch after training Bjj .” link=”” button=”” icon=”arrows” color=”light” size=”small” background=”off” spin=”off”]Everyone knows that food tastes better after a tough workout. It’s science. However, many people don’t like eating a big meal late at night. With most BJJ (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) classes finishing after 7 or 8 o’clock at night, training early lets you get a tasty meal in and still not go to bed feeling bloated and overfed. In addition, some studies suggest that eating a larger meal in the middle of the day and a light dinner is a healthier way to live.[/font_full1][font_full1 title=”8 am to 9:30 am” link=”” button=”” icon=”adjust” color=”dark” size=”small” background=”off” spin=”off”]So there you have it , if your schedule allows, there are some compelling reasons to train during the day. It can be part of a healthier lifestyle, improve your Brazilian jiu-jitsu, and make you a better person. *** Every Monday Wednesday and Friday from 8 am to 9:30 am. All levels together. *** I see you there![/font_full1][font_full1 title=” IBJJF” link=”” button=”” icon=”hand-o-down” color=”dark” size=”small” background=”off” spin=”off”]Be sure to ask at your school for school certificate IBJJF And the Black Belt instructors for the IBJJF membership card ![/font_full1]