Demi Lovato talks about Jujitsu and choking someone


Demi Lovato was already a triple threat. She sings, dances and acts. Now add martial arts to his impressive set of skills. Don Lovato was a guest on the Wild Ride! with the podcast of Steve-O on the 30th of April. She spoke with Steve-O on his defense of mental health, their habits of tour, the current recording and how you are passing your quarantine. When Steve-O asked him about his practice of Jujitsu, she lit up.

Demi Lovato is a blue belt in Jujitsu

Most martial arts use a belt system colors to classify the achievements. The white is usually the belt of a beginner, while the black is the belt of experts, and there are additional degrees of each. Blue is the second belt, but Lovato has been added to your achievement.

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“I’m a blue belt second degree,” said Lovato Steve-O. “This is in the fourth year. I’m obsessed. I love it. I love it and I am losing a lot at the moment, but you can’t have close contact with anyone. The most I can do is to do exercises in my backyard because I have some mats, but I just receive them yesterday, so I haven’t started. I’ve been doing it for four years. “

Jujitsu gives you confidence to Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato is a woman young and small, but the practice of Jujitsu has shown that it can be more powerful than their opponents formidable.

“Much has changed for me because even the way I use Jujitsu as a metaphor for life,” continued Lovato. “The techniques in Jujitsu are the ones that make you a beast. You can have 6’5 “and tons of muscle, but if it is not good in the technique, a person of 65 years will break them down better than you in technique. It’s not about muscle at all, and that is what is great, especially for a woman. “

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Lovato has been a role model for their young fans who have followed their struggles with addiction, mental health and the positivity of the body. She encourages them to add the practice of martial arts to their lives.

“Have the confidence to walk through an alley at night, I’m not going to do it, but having that confidence that I know I can do it because if someone is attacking me I can defeat them, and know that ‘ I’m fine, ” said Lovato. “There is that confidence that I wish all the girls could have that, and the boys. A lot has changed for me. “

What it takes to strangle someone

For when you reach the state of the blue belt, you learned how to use Jujitsu techniques to subdue an opponent. Oh we all agree, the next special YouTube Lovato has she be choking an opponent in Jujitsu! (She also relates it to the life without struggle).

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“Sometimes, the difference of an inch will make the difference between sending someone, or drown him,” said Lovato. “Sometimes it is just that extra inch in life that you need to push you to greatness too. These metaphors of Jujitsu you can make in life. I’m a big advocate of it. I love so much. “