A lot of cool BJJ magazines have come and gone in the market. Below is a list of our top 5 Brazilian Jiu Jitsu magazines, including some old favorites.
Jiu Jitsu Magazine is a pretty cool magazine that is pretty comprehensive in terms a great overall BJJ magazine. It has articles on strength and conditioning, techniques, events, and interviews.Find issues of Jiu Jitsu Magazine on Amazon
Not everybody who reads the site is from the same country, so I wanted to put together a list of the top BJJ and Grappling Shops around the world! Here are a few definitely worth checking out.
Habrok Sports is trying to take the gi market by storm adding their product offering to the already huge gear market that is available to jiu jitsu practitioners. They are confident in their product lines and submitted their recent release, the Habrok Tatica 2.0 for review. I wore this gi for over 3 months to determine its quality, longevity and rolling performance, check out my review.Find the best BJJ gis available at MMA Warehouse
We published this post back in 2012 and, five years later, we’re updating it to become more relevant with the times.
Many gi companies have come and gone (in fact, some gis that have been featured and reviewed here may no longer be around) while some have stayed along for the ride. Keeping up with who are still around, who have closed shop and who are starting out every single day is still huge work and, surprisingly, still impossible for us to keep up.Want the latest BJJ gi? Get them at MMA Warehouse!
Sa’idah grew up and was the only American, along with her sister, in the area. She speaks English, Arabic and some French. She had been active in sports since she was young and did gymnastics, horseback riding, taekwondo, swimming, snowboarding and soccer.
She started BJJ training in March 2015 and got her blue belt in August 2016, training under Abmar Barbosa and Isaac July Jr. in Washington, DC. A month and a half after claiming her belt, she competed and won gold in her division at the IBJJF No-Gi Pan Ams. She continues training 6 to 7 days a week to reach her ultimate goal of becoming a World Champion.
While I’d seen the Habrok name around the no-gi scene, I wasn’t aware that they made gis until they gave me the opportunity to try out their Tatica Leve model. I was eager to see how their gis measured up against other competitors in the market.Find your favorite women’s gi at MMA Warehouse!
War Tribe gis have gotten positive reviews from our other female writers here at GiReviews.net, so I’m pumped to finally be able to try one out myself. Their newest release, the Hydrogen Ultralight, is giving me a pretty promising first impression.Get your War Tribe Women’s Hydrogen Gi at Amazon!
When I was first offered to test drive a Deus Fight Co. gi, I was excited. I’d seen other people wearing them and really liked the look, so I jumped on the opportunity to try their new “Blind Samurai” gi.Shop for the best in women’s gi at MMA Warehouse
I had never heard of Habrok Sports until they reached out to GiReviews.net and send over a gi for me to try, however after looking at pictures their products my interest was definitely piqued…
The company has put out some really attractive looking designs, so I’m excited at the opportunity to review Habrok’s Tactica 2.0.Find the latest in BJJ gis at MMA Warehouse!
War Tribe Gear established themselves a while back as one of those rare companies that truly goes out of their way to give their customers the best products they can put together. Many of this company’s releases thus far have been full weight gis that featured awesome fits and awesomer looks, so this reviewer already has some positive bias going in… But how do they do an ultra lightweight gi? Is it the same uncompromising standard of quality?Purchase your very own War Tribe Gear Hydrogen gi on Amazon right now!