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Hey guys, as the title says, I have a hard time focusing when the instructor is demonstrating something for us to drill that day.
I’m a pretty fresh white belt, I started training in the beginning of September.
Idk if that has a lot to do with it but I always seem to wander off in my head after a bit once the instructor starts to teach. This obviously isn’t good at all because when I do break my day dreaming and try to recap on the last few seconds of what he just said I’m usually a bit lost. This leads to me being confused about a step when we drill and then I have to ask my partner to practice on me first so I get the gist of it.
I’m not sure what I’m asking here but does anyone else experience this? Is there something I can do to stay concentrated when the instructor is teaching, I’ve thought about looking into some supplements or something to help keep me focused. I meditate for 10 minutes about an hour before class starts and that doesn’t seem to help too much.
Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks.
The brands that I am looking at at are; Jiu Jiteiro, Control Industries (CTRL), Hyperfly or Fushida. My problem is is with size fitting of gi’s. I am 5’9 and 130-140lbs (yes I need to bulk up, I had some gut issues). So with my height and weight gi’s are usually pretty baggy on me. Mostly in the width are the arms around the bicep and chest area and in the pants thighs and butt area. So of those 4 brands I mention which one is the more tapper/slimmer of them? But also does not restrict movement much. Thank you for the help.
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