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Normally, we here at GiReviews.net don’t do full reviews on T-shirts or apparel and get the word out via our other social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter/dan_of_earth, Instagram/GiReviews_dan, Vine/danofearth, etc) in regards to things like that. It’s hard to come up with enough to say about things as simple as T-shirts. With Comme Des Grappler (CDG) though, I feel it’s necessary to give their apparel its full review. The T-shirt designs really were just out of this world and unlike anything we’ve seen on the BJJ market, very unique. Without further ado…Shop for your favorite MMA T-Shirts at MMA Warehouse
A while back, I picked up the Urban Camo spats from Scramble. I absolutely love them and they definitely beat out the Poss spats and my Under Armour tights that I used previously.
Please note that all of the photos here come from my Instagram account. That’s one of the first places I post photos of anything I’m working on so definitely check it out!
But Brendan, I don’t have enough swagger to go ‘full spats’
Don’t worry. Neither do I.
I just go for it.Compare prices on the best Scramble spats!
It can happen when you least expect it, your favorite Gi, rash guard, shorts, etc, despite washing it regularly, there is still a lingering smell. IT WON’T COME OUT. The smell mocks you; this image may come to mind
If you are tired of this guy mocking you then might I suggest using a fabric spray IN ADDTION to NOT IN SUBSTIUTION OF (repeat that last part over and over) regular washings. What I use is Fight Soap’s Gear Spray. It retails for $12.99 for an eight-ounce bottle.
Gi Soap is coming out into a market that is saturated with aggressive marketing.
Some soap companies throw tits in your face as an appeal to sell their soap. You won’t get women with their jugs hanging out on Gi Soaps Facebook page or on their products, but you just might see some results.Shop for the most effective gi soap only at MMA Warehouse
I’ve never liked short sleeve rash guards. I always preferred long sleeve versions because I felt that it gave me better control. Eventually I started to notice that certain training partners were getting really good at wrist control and I had a really hard time breaking it because of the sleeves (and because I may, or may not, suck at grip fighting). So I started wearing t-shirts instead. Until I tried the Break Point short sleeve rash guard.
I find myself opting for my Break point rash guard not only because it has short sleeves, but because it doesn’t move in training, looks fantastic, and has held up incredibly during training. Break point makes rash guards in almost every color, but mine is in black (why would you want any other color?).Check out the Break Point Elite Shortsleeve Rash Guard at Amazon
So truth be told, I take strength and conditioning very seriously. I even moonlight as a S&C coach for high school football and basketball teams (who are all competitive on the state level, but are very small schools). I’m always looking to improve my own conditioning, flexibility, mobility etc. as it pertains to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.Use these old-fashioned grip strengtheners to improve your grip!
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