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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.Get your own NeverTap Knee Guard on Amazon
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?Check out the Defense Soap Antifungal Bar on Amazon
You’ve probably noticed Moskova creeping onto the scene in the past 6 months (or more). They sponsor a TON of awesome BJJ athletes including:
Gear bags are more of a luxury than a necessity, but they are something I love having, and once you’ve had a good one, you just can’t go without. Knowing I have my tape, nail clippers, deodorant, etc etc in one location is a nicety. I pack up my things neatly and go and I’m not carrying nasty, dripping with sweat, Gis in my hands or laying it on my nice clean car seats on the ride home.Check out all available gym bags on MMA Warehouse
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.
We’ve done a few reviews of awesome stuff that the guys at Fabrique Pour Grapplers (FPG) have released in the past.
In fact, I even did an interview with them a while back that was really awesome.
This release is no different. The t-shirts are incredibly soft with an awesome fit for any BJJ athlete.Shop for awesome BJJ shirts at MMA Warehouse
Simply the nicest pair of jogging pants I have ever owned. Not only do they increase my relax mana by 72%, but I’m so relaxed, I actually fell asleep three times writing this review.Check out the latest apparel from Scramble at MMA Warehouse
Patches O’Toole is a pretty cool BJJ gi patch company out of Australia. I love the typography on them as well as the illustrations.Check out the gi patches available at MMA Warehouse
Roll Jiu Jitsu is a BJJ apparel brand out of Ireland. They contacted us about doing a review and we are super glad we got our hands on their stuff. Since I recently moved to Wisconsin the delivery of sweatshirts in their care package was extremely welcome.
We got Two sweatshirts, a t-shirt, some stickers and a patch, seen below.
My favorite piece of apparel I was sent was their dark-gray crew neck sweat shirt. I have a ton of BJJ inspired hoodies so a sweatshirt was a welcome change. The first thing that pops out at you is the ROLL logo. If you’re familiar with Obey you’d recognize the style of the typography as it clearly gets its inspiration from current street wear. It’s nice seeing clean and crisp logos being used in BJJ.Great finds on Jiu Jitsu sweatshirts and more at MMA Warehouse
by Annie White
I am pretty much on the same page with Brendan when it comes to Scramble. “Shut up and take my money!” or “Must buy ALL the things!” Alas, my bank account can’t handle that so I have to pick and choose what I am going to get. When I saw the preview for the Beat em up rashguard, I wanted it. When it was released I promptly ordered it from Scramble USA’s site.Browse through your favorite rashguard designs from Scramble at MMA Warehouse