I'm on a real high with my Jiu Jitsu at the moment, 'riding a wave' as my instructor put it. I seem to be progressing very quickly and consistently at the moment, possibly because I've been training at least 5 days a week, often double sessions for the last year. When this period of rapid development comes to it's inevitable end (not least because I probably won't be able to train quite as much from April) I want to make sure I don't go the opposite way. So many people seem to have gone through (or still be in) a progression wall where they just don't seem to get better. I would like to hear from anyone who has experienced this and if they got out the other side, how did they do it. Please don't reply with,"Just keep training", that's a given but what I want to do is identify causes and remedies for this situation. Do you think it was partly down to your personal life, if so what type of problems (being depressed, having other positive things to think about apart from BJJ etc). Were there any changes you made to the way you trained that helped you out of the situation? Anything you can think of.