Game Analysis Worksheet

To see consistent improvements in your Jiu Jitsu you need to know which area’s to work on. The best way to do this I’ve found is by performing a Game Analysis.

A Game Analysis is an exercise I learned from Rick Young at a seminar he taught in Exeter many years ago, and I still use it to this day.

To perform a Game Analysis, you rate the different areas of your Jiu Jitsu (Guard, Passing, Escapes, etc.) on a scale of 1 – 5 (1 being poor, and 5 being excellent).

Once you’ve completed the assessment, ask yourself this question: “What is the weakest area of my game?”

This is the area you work for at least the next month.

Once you’ve completed a month, or however long you need to see improvement, re-do the Game Analysis exercise and select your next weakest area.

This exercise only takes a couple of minutes but can be crucial in creating a well-rounded, effective Jiu Jitsu game.

To make this easier for you, I’ve created an in-depth Google doc that will allow you to track the areas of your Jiu Jitsu you need to improve.

Get it now at —> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1-sO2TTk-w8OGhf8g–D3cMedwLfgVvMVG0K9QaqQlCQ/edit?usp=sharing

The instructions of how to use it are included in the doc, all you need to do is save it to your google drive or download it to your computer.

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  1. Thanks for that. At first I thought that there wouldn’t be as many weak areas. However, after filling out the game plan analysis i have realised that there are many areas to work on. It has been a very revealing process. best get to work.

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