Each and every sport for kids has some type of organized competition. Most parents are slightly aware of the main points and nature of such competitions for mainstream team sports, such as football, baseball and soccer. For individual competitive sports associated with martial arts, and especially Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu(BJJ), the main points and nature of the competition are less familiar if not arcane. In this manual, Professor Vieira explains what BJJ parents wish to know and imagine for their kids to get the most out of BJJ competitions. Professor Vieira sets forth his time-tested and successful competition philosophy and offers many pointers for parents. These include: How parents and their child wish to approach tournament training, which tournaments to attend and why, what losing a match in point of fact means, and the best way to maintain the myriad challenging situations that inevitably arise when kids compete in a combative one-on-one sport.