Negatives To Training With Your Significant Other

In a relationship, most couples have their own separate outlets.  For a lot of guys I know, their outlet is BJJ and for a lot of girls it’s retail therapy, cleaning, venting to their girlfriends etc.  Every once in a while couples will have the same hobby/outlet, in my case, BJJ.  Anyone with common sense knows the positives of training with your significant other. So just to be a little different, I went ahead and listed some of the negatives.

Negatives:

1. I already spend all day and night with my husband now I gotta partner up with him at the gym.

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2. My washing machine looks 50 years old and I just bought it last year! All because I wash so many stinky gi’s.

3. When I can’t pass his guard or he gets a submission on me, I get more irritated with him than if it was with a regular classmate.

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4. I think he is slow when he can’t pick up on a move as fast as I can.

5. Somewhere along our BJJ adventure together I was automatically designated to pack the gym bag and fill up the water.  I never volunteered for that crap!

6. Now he wants to sign me up to every single tournament he wants to do! Then he will have to back out last second! W-T….!

7. I automatically have to hear some lame excuse when he didn’t have a “good” day at the gym.

8. I become his dummy when he sees a cool Keenan Cornelius video on YouTube.

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9. When we are late to class he blames it on me.

10. Any form of affection that we try to inflect on one another turns into a full on grappling session.

We’re hopeless!!  LOL Any other negatives to training BJJ with your significant other that you guys can think of?

6 COMMENTS

  1. If you are competitive at heart, training with your significant other can be a challenge. I always seem to compare myself to him and get irritated… definitely something I have to work on!

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