Jiu-Jitsu Rolling Journal


Planner-Style Notebook to Log Rolling Goals, Rolling Notes, Session Performance, and Future Improvements

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Here’s how this Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Rolling Journal is designed to help accelerate your belt progression:

Goals Section: Learn how to APPLY all the techniques you’ve learned – write up to 3 rolling goals with checkboxes. This helps you stay FOCUSED while rolling, as opposed to aimlessly going through the motions.
Notes Section: REFLECT on your rolling performance – write down what was effective for you and what you could have done better. This helps ensure you don't keep making the same mistakes again and again.
Future Improvements Section: write down how you will do things differently next time. This helps ensure that you continue to improve from one session to the next.

Here are some other features that set this BJJ journal apart from the rest:

Quantify your performance by giving yourself a rolling performance rating on a scale from 1 to 10. This way you can go back through your journal, find the days when you scored a 10, and go through the notes for that day so you can replicate your success again and again.
Specifically designed to give you extra space for taking copious notes, with 8 lines per session for notes, and 5.5 lines for future improvements, wide-ruled lines stretching to the ends of the page, and 3 sessions per 2-page spread.

And finally, here are some other useful features of this journal:

Class attendance calendar (circle the dates and add up the number of classes you took per month)
122 pages (for 183 sessions worth of notes – that’s 6 month’s worth of logging at 1 session per day, 7 days a week)
Size: 6” x 9” (around 15 x 23 cm — small, easily fits into any gym bag)
Premium white paper
Soft premium cover

Keeping a jiu-jitsu journal is one of the most powerful learning tools that can accelerate your growth in jiu jitsu. Journaling can make the difference between someone who ends up a black belt, vs. someone who ends up forever stuck in blue-purple territory.

Don’t be one of those guys. Send for a copy of this journal right now, take copious notes, focus on applying one technique every time you roll, and your peers and coach alike will be shocked at how quickly you progress through the belts.



Class Attendance Calendar

Rolling Notes


Self Filling Contents Table


All about rolling/sparring – take notes for up to 183 rolling sessions, with goals, performance ratings, and future improvements (no technique notes).

Technique Notes


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