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One of the greatest struggles many female jiu-jitsu practitioners face is finding a sports bra that will hold up to their tough training sessions. The same bra that can stand up to hours of running or weight-lifting might not be suitable for rolling, so lots of women go through lots of bras (and lots of money) before finding one that works for them. We decided to put an end to that.
When it comes to selecting the best sports bra to wear under your gi or rashguard, the most important things to take into consideration are comfort, coverage, and durability. The last thing you want is to have to pause your roll to make adjustments because something is cutting into you or sliding down too far. And of course, who wants to spend a ton of cash on something that’s going to fall apart after just a few tough classes?
All of these bras have been personally recommended by female jiu-jitsu athletes, so you can be sure that they can handle any submission or position. Check them out and see which ones are right for your body.Shop for Sports Bras and more at MMA Warehouse
Time travel back to my second year in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, prior to my life with a Datsusara Light Battlepack.
It’s 2008 and I’ve just started training. My coach started selling official gym bags. Prior to this, I was using an old karate duffel bag, so to have a new bag, with our gym logo on it, and made by Ringside no less, I was pumped. Or as the guys from Scramble would say, “pumpitude levels were off the charts.”
The bag was large with lots of compartments. I could fit a TON of gear in there including all of my mma / boxing gloves and pads, as well as all of my BJJ stuff.Discover your next favorite gym bag at MMA Warehouse