Jiu-Jitsu requires smarts, patience, resilience and anticipation. It is not uncommon that instincts get in the way of strategic thinking and improvisation. Little experience and absence of solid muscle memory prevents novices from flowing, connecting the dots in between distinct techniques, in a way that the sum of its parts can create a powerful whole. A wholesome game requires patience and consistency. An early attempt with little opposition is gradually tested against increasing levels of difficulty, which leads to the first strategy, the building of thresholds. A single move is forged into a powerful technique by adding more opposition and imaginable scenarios of deliberate sabotage against that same move. The
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