Purple Belt – The Time When Jiu Jitsu Starts To Make Sense

Like it or hate it, the belt system in Jiu-Jitsu has its advantages. When people get promoted properly, after achieving certain benchmarks, it makes a lot of sense. Belt buying incidents aside, a BJJ belt takes about 2 years on average. In those years the student is, probably, truly on the level the color indicates about halfway. Before that point, more maturity is needed, while after it the transition to the next level slowly begins. Every belt represents an important period in a grappler’s journey through BJJ, each with their own requirements. However, arguably, the purple belt is both the hardest the most fun of them all. The Best BJJ DVD and DIGITAL Instructionals Despite some people thinking that the blue belt benchmark is the most important, I tend to disagree. Important as the transition from the white belt is, the blue belt is still … Continue reading Purple Belt – The Time When Jiu Jitsu Starts To Make Sense