Hidden Jiu-Jitsu Mastery Series vol. 4: Advanced Interleaving for Creative Mastery
We’ve now come to volume 4 of the Hidden Jiu-Jitsu mastery series.
By now, you’ve been introduced to how to integrate concepts like spaced repetition, deep practice, deep attention, retrieval practice, association, and interleaving into your Jiu-Jitsu.
Today, we’re going to focus on a smaller series of movements, so that we can introduce advanced interleaving practice.
To refresh your memory, interleaving is the practice of rapidly moving between topics or pieces of information to increase the abstract understanding we have of each of the pieces or topics.
You might practice interleaving by switching back and forth between different solo drills.
Or you might practice interleaving by changing the order in which you practice different techniques or drills so that you can’t rely on a memorized pattern.
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Over the next few weeks, we will be using the solo drills to introduce a system of accelerated learning you can use for the rest of your life, and especially for your Jiu-Jitsu practice.
This system of accelerated learning uses tools that have been proven scientifically by some of the leading experts on learning and performance around the world.
And the first two tools we are going to use in this system are:
As far as the content of our practice is concerned, we’ve decided to start with the solo drills.
We have done this so everyone has access to the techniques, and can practice and improve no matter what is happening in your environment.
But once you understand what is happening, you will easily be able to use the same system to master ANY Hidden Jiu-Jitsu...
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