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    Bjj and lifting

    Hi guys

    Looking to start Jui Jitsu next week on the days when I'm not lifting and I'm just wondering if it's likely this would have any effect on muscle gains?

    I know I'll need to eat more to be in a surplus but I'd assume my muscles aren't really recovering as much as they can be when I'm doing something like BJJ on rest days?

    I do know people who do BJJ and have good muscle mass but they already had that when they started it
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    Yes, exactly. Comparing it to something else will make a difference. For instance, if you used to lift weights and now you only do BJJ. Power is likely to be lost. BJJ is the perfect choice if you've never trained before. There are many benefits to this.

    In exercising, however, you use many different muscle groups, some of which are not really utilised in weight lifting, for example.
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