Was JiuJitsu hard to learn cuz i heard was kinda hard
Nah. Basically you show up, warm up (stretching or doing jump rope whatever works for you) then you sit down and the teachers show you a move and then you pick a partner and you do that move 20-25 times on the person and then your partner does the same move 20-25 times on you. It's alot of repetitions. After the teachers are done teaching everything they're gonna teach that day you pick someone and you free-roll with them and try to submit each other that's how you really learn how to use what you learned that day.
One day we learned this sweep and with sweeps you have to use your whole body and after doing this same sweep 20 times with my partner the next morning I was sore as fu*k. It was like a full body work out
Everyone in martial arts are nice. It's a very humble sport. I used to be nervous going but everyone is nice. You gotta start somewhere.
JiuJitsu is also alot of psychology in it too. It's hard to explain but you can trick your opponent into thinking you're gonna do something obvious then completely switch it on them and put them in something else. I feel like it doesn't matter how big or strong you are, for the most part experience will always win in JiuJitsu since it's like a physical chess game