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Common cold and bjj

Discussion in 'Grappling Technique' started by Zedsdead, Aug 9, 2010.

  1. Zedsdead White Belt

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    How many days do you guys reccomend taking off bjj if u get a cold. Main concerns being giving a partner the cold and lengthening recovery time due to intense training.
     
  2. DevinTheDewd Orange Belt

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    Take however much time you need to no longer have the visible symptoms. Don't be that asshole who gets your training partners sick.
     
  3. Oak 栄誉

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    Don;t go to school sick out of courtesy for others.
     
  4. Respeezy Purple Belt

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    I always go train when i feel a little better , and than it gets worse again ....
    So i'd say sick it out first, or roll really light and with people you don't like.
     
  5. curb1850 Green Belt

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    Until you feel better. Don't go get everyone sick.
     
  6. Solidus Snake Purple Belt

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    Unfortunately, I'm often subject to colds, during this last autumn-winter I remember taking like 5-6 of them, luckily not that badly.

    What I usually do is taking off AT LEAST 3-4 days, or sometimes even a week considering how I feel, to be sure to avoid fall backs or passing it to others.

    But on the other hand colds are my kryptonite, others could recover a lot sooner, you should see how you personally feel after two days.
     
  7. Nickynoneck Purple Belt

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    Buy a good multivitamin i started taking them and it seriously helps .
     
  8. NextPrez Yellow Belt

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    It's not going to kill you to stay out of the gym for a few days. Especially if you have professional fighters you train with. A lot of these guys can't afford to get sick.
     
  9. aza80 White Belt

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    about two days after your snot goes clear to be safe.
     
  10. dirtypablo Brown Belt

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    DO NOT be the guy that trains sick and gets everyone else sick. Ya it sucks, but take a few days off until you feel better.
     

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