My Bjj Notes 4+

Victor Both

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 63 Ratings
    • Free



My Bjj Notes - Keep track of your BJJ activity! - Try it out for free!

My Bjj Notes is an app designed to help you document your jiu jitsu journey. It is said that writing something down greatly enhances your ability to retain that information. My Bjj Notes allows you to write down everything about your jiu jitsu training and keep that information organized and readily available to review or add more information. With the ability to edit entries, you can make some quick notes right after class and then improve the notes as you have time or discover something to add through practicing. You can also add pictures and video to help document your journey and training.

My Bjj Notes is broken down into 8 functions that include Training Notes, Techniques, Rolls, Belt Promotions, Seminars, Tournaments, View Media, and Manage team.

The Training Notes function is for making general notes about training. Did your Professor mention an upcoming seminar? Make a note of it. Did you notice a training partner do something that you liked? Make a note about it. The note consists of a date, title, and your note and any pics or video you want to take that relates to that particular note.

The Techniques function is for recording the techniques you learn. This is great because we tend to learn at least one technique at a class and after a few weeks, it becomes hard to remember everything you’ve learned. As the months and years go by….well you get the idea. Record all your techniques along with notes about the technique like those “hidden” jiu jitsu moves that make the technique work but are easy to forget. And take any pictures and video related to the technique for a reference.

The Rolls function is great because not only do you get to track who you rolled with and for how long but you get to track the submissions of each roll and who submitted who with what move.

The Belt Promotions function is great for tracking your belt and stripe promotions.

The Seminars function is for recording everything you learn at a seminar. There is always a lot of information presented at a seminar. If you don’t take notes how will you remember everything? You won’t, so use My Bjj Notes and take notes, pictures and video of the next seminar you attend.

The Tournaments function is for recording all your competitions. The name of the tournament, the date, who you competed against and the points / subs of each match you fought at the tournament.

The View All Media function is the spot to view all your pictures and video you have taken through the app.

The Manage Team function is for gym / dojo / club owners to record the attendance of students and their belt promotions.

What’s New

Version 6.1

In this version we added Dark Theme support.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
63 Ratings

63 Ratings

Booner2222 ,

If you want to get the most out of your training, get this app!

One of the most important parts of improving in jiu-jitsu is recording training session and seminar techniques for later reference. This app is a wonderful and convenient way to do this.
It’s also great for recording competition results and belt progression. Thank you to the developers for creating this wonderful tool for recognizing your jiu-jitsu potential.

Matt Abad ,

My BJJ Notes

Excellent app. Allows me to write notes on all technique, link notes to videos and social media. Document promotions, tournaments. Love it. I can go back and add details later as I learn more

Delfino52 ,

Won’t save what is typed

If you exit the app for whatever reason while typing your notes. Nothing gets saved unless you back out click by click. Sometimes this is hard to do when you are in the zone of typing in a technique and need to exit to double check something.

App Privacy

The developer, Victor Both, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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