Nina Rouge Joins Her World

Nina Rouge is a professional Brazilian Jiu Jitsu player that has been in competition for almost three years. She started BJJ at the age of thirteen and began learning the sport at fifteen. She is currently the top female in her division. She has won many tournaments and was once ranked second. I was fortunate enough to sit down and talk with her before she headed to Australia for an international competition.

I was surprised when I heard about her travel plans to Brazil because she is not one that travels abroad very often. When I mentioned this fact, her response was quite interesting. She stated that she was excited about heading to Brazil and would not miss any of her friends or family members. As a result of this fact, her BJJ training will be a little different than if she had not planned her trip ahead of time.

Nina has a number of BJJ competitions under her belt and has won them all, so she will have plenty of practice at Rio de Janiero. Nina will not be competing against the best of the best, but she will be able to learn from some of the best players in the world. Her first BJJ tournament will take place at an amateur tournament in her home country.

As you can imagine, travel and accommodation in Brazil is very expensive. Nina will need to make room in her luggage for her new BJJ gear. She will also need to find room in her luggage for her family, as she will be travelling with a large number of bags. I suggested to her that she would have more luck finding room in her bag if she brought the smaller items, so that she would not have to carry too much.

As soon as she gets there, she will be going through her BJJ class and preparing for the Brazil trip. She plans on going through the tournament like a pro and will be prepared for the Brazilian weather. She is also planning on visiting Rio de Janiero and staying in nice accommodation. In terms of accommodation, there are a few options in her region of Brazil. She could stay with friends who have the same beliefs in the martial arts that she does and she could go to a BJJ academy and train for free.

If you are travelling to Brazil for a BJJ tournament or for any other reason, it is important that you plan your travel carefully. In this case, Nina is doing all of her research online, reading articles and speaking with people who have travelled before her. This will ensure that she can make the most of her trip and stay in good comfort.