I am a new student at Roufusport MMA Academy. I am working Muay Thai Kickboxing and BJJ. I am only 5-6 classes in, but my bjj isn't so good to everyone elses. Obviously, some of the people have been training there for a while, but what kind of tips could you guys offer to a new guy in bjj?? Also, my trainign days usually consist of Muay Thai first for an hour, then bjj after for another hour. Would you recommend I train separate days? BJJ first because of the demanding nature? or is what I am doing just fine?
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