6/30/2009 7:55pm, #101
Its like taking a girl home after a good night out and watching a movie at home in your couch, then driving her home. You'll never truly get good at women until you actually do something. You'll never test youself. lolz
7/01/2009 7:57am, #102
7/01/2009 12:08pm, #103
- Join Date
- Nov 2005
- Washington State
I've competed and NOT competed (competed in the past, not competing now) and I must say, I actually have more fun when I'm NOT competing and enjoy BJJ more so when not training for a competition.
That isn't to say that competition isn't a great way of improving your skills and getting better, but it isn't mandatory in my opinion. I would say that, if possible, you at least give a few tournaments a try. But again, not mandatory.