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Finding purpose outside of BJJ competitions with Ramon Macedo

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As a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner, Ramon Macedo achieved many things titles in his career, won the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam 2019 and right after that earned his black belt. Life was indeed going in the right direction when he felt emptiness and decided to retire from BJJ. What lead him to make this decision? How he changed his mindset to focus on pursuing true happiness and giving away competitions to only train and have fun? In this episode Ramon is going to open up about this journey, which is a great wake up call for new athletes.

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