‘The eighty twenty rule’ is based on something called “Pareto’s law”
This law, or rule, dictates that 80% of your results or outcomes, come from 20% of your efforts/inputs.
it does not have to be an 80:20 ratio all the time. You could call it the 70/30 rule, or the 95/5 rule too.
Don’t focus on the number; focus on the rule beneath the numbers.
Those lucky enough to know about the 80/20 rule are aware that in life there will be things you do (the 20%) that result in the majority (the 80%) of your success, happiness and [fill in blank of what you're trying to achieve]
This applies to many things, and it definitely applies to Jiu Jitsu.
Here are a few examples. Have you ever noticed how:
Once you open your eyes to it, you see example of it everywhere.
If you approach your BJJ training with an 80/20 attitude, you start to look for that ’20%’ that will make the biggest improvements for you.
You focus on the s**t that brings about the most results, in the shortest amount of time.
Have you heard the quote: “Don’t fear the man who does 1000 techniques, fear the man who does 1 technique 1000’s of times”
Thats what 80/20 Jiu Jitsu is about.
Have you heard the quote:
“Don’t fear the man who does 1000 techniques, fear the man who does 1 technique 1000’s of times”
Thats what 80/20 Jiu Jitsu is about ... Not about doing 1 technique thousands of times, but finding that 1 technique/concept/idea that will improve your game the most, and zeroing in on it)
8020jj.com is made up of BJJ fanatics from white to black belts with one shared attitude:
" Finding the little things, the ‘hacks’, that bring the biggest improvements in the sport "
Our goal is simple: explore the intersection of BJJ and grappling and the 80/20 rule, and then help you apply it to your life.
If you are passionate about BJJ, self-improvement, and becoming the best version of yourself on and off that mats, you’re in the right place.
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