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I have been doing Muay Thai for years and started doing BJJ recently. After every training session, my joints are killing me to the point where I cannot even finish my training. Can anyone else experience joint pain when grappling? Usually our classes consist of 30 minutes of technical work and 30 minutes of totally out rolling.
 

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I have been doing Muay Thai for years and started doing BJJ recently. After every training session, my joints are killing me to the point where I cannot even finish my training. Can anyone else experience joint pain when grappling? Usually our classes consist of 30 minutes of technical work and 30 minutes of totally out rolling.

Welcome to our Forum Madelyn. We hope that you enjoy
your visits. :)

In regards to your question...in my opinion, No that should not
cause joint pain to the extent where you cannot finish your training.
If this were the case, everyone doing BJJ would be experiencing the
the same pains. This would have also have been told to the possible participants before they paid the fee. ;)
Punching or kicking the joints however, obviously would cause
joint pain.

To be sure, ask your instuctor(if you haven't already). There
may be something else going on with your joints. I hope you
feel better soon.
 
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