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Variations in intensity: When you have a training room full of talented athletes many assume that every sparring session must look like the world championships. In fact I much prefer to limit the amount of really hard sparring the athletes partake in. Of course it’s good to go hard every so often and test yourself, especially when competition is coming up. But continuous hard sparring lead to two undesirable effects – injury and technical stagnation.
Fitness in any form comes with benefits as well as risk, and while any training can be dangerous in the wrong environment, Jiu-Jitsu itself is quite safe (in fact it’s the consensus safest combat sport).