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BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt

BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
BJJ is Therapy (Dark) Tshirt
$29.99
  • Stock: In Stock
  • Model: 39568779
  • Weight: 0.30kg
  • Dimensions: 30.00cm x 20.00cm x 4.00cm

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There are several ways to use Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) as therapy. Here are some examples:

  1. Join a BJJ class: One of the simplest ways to use BJJ as therapy is to join a BJJ class. This will provide an opportunity to learn the techniques of BJJ, meet other people who share your interests, and get exercise at the same time.

  2. Set goals: Setting goals is an important part of therapy, and BJJ is no exception. Set realistic goals for yourself, such as learning a specific technique or improving your endurance. This will help keep you motivated and give you a sense of accomplishment.

  3. Focus on breathing: In BJJ, breathing is important for maintaining control and staying calm. Focusing on your breath can also be helpful in managing anxiety and stress.

  4. Practice mindfulness: Mindfulness is a technique that involves being present in the moment and aware of your thoughts and feelings. Practicing mindfulness during BJJ can help you stay focused and improve your performance.

  5. Use BJJ to manage emotions: BJJ can be a great way to manage emotions such as anger or frustration. Using BJJ techniques to release tension can be an effective way to manage these emotions in a healthy way.

  6. Use BJJ as a social outlet: BJJ can be a great way to meet new people and build social connections. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals with social anxiety or other mental health conditions.

Remember that BJJ should be used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan for mental health conditions, and it is important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new exercise program.

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