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As someone who incurs a lot of injuries and then stubbornly trains through them, I probably should have added some kind of knee support to my inventory of BJJ gear a long time ago. Even though I’m careful about protecting my teeth and my skin from all the health issues associated with intense jiu-jitsu training, factoring in joint support was something that, for some reason, I’d never really bothered to do. So when I got the chance to review the NeverTap Knee Guard, I was super excited. This protective slip-on retails for $29.95 and is specially designed for wrestlers and jiu-jitsu practitioners, promising enhanced mobility and protection against injuries.
If you’ve been training jiu-jitsu for even a little while, you’ve probably heard of Defense. This line of soaps, oils, wipes, and other hygiene products is well known in the community for its reputation of fighting off bacterial and fungal infections that are common in contact sports and are passed around through skin-to-skin contact.
I had never been afflicted with any skin issues aside from dry skin, cuts, and mat burn as a result of my training, but after all the great things my friends had said about Defense products, I couldn’t wait to try them out for myself. After testing them out for a few months, here are my opinions on a variety of their products. How did they stack up?
When you’re a woman who trains jiu-jitsu, it can be ridiculously hard to find a quality gi that fits right. Lots of female BJJ practitioners can get away with wearing men’s gis, but you have a large bust, narrow waist, or wide hips, that’s not always possible.
If you’re struggling to find a gi that will stand up to your intense rolls while still fitting your feminine form, we’re here to help. We’ve found some of the best women’s gis around to help take the headache out of shopping for new gear. And if style is important to you, don’t worry: there’s something out there for both those who like a little flair and those who prefer their gis with no frills.
All of the gis below have been tested by our honest reviewers, so you can be sure that they’ll stand up to all the rolling you can manage. Take a look for yourself and see which one would suit you best.
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.
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.
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.
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.