The Fuji Submit Everyone Gi is the latest lightweight gi by Fuji Sports. The gi is very similar to the Fuji Suparaito Gi. Technical details and design The jacket features 350GSM Pearl Weave fabric, which consists of 50% cotton and...
The Tatami Fightwear Estilo 6.0 is the latest version gi from the Estilo line that has been on the market already for 6 years. In this gi Tatami Fightwear combines quality and design for an affordable price. Technical details and design...
Hyperfly Icon 2 Gi is the new version of Icon Gi. Icon 2 has a lot of reinforced features that make it even more durable and stronger. The Gi complies with IBJJF regulations, so it is suitable both for training...
After training your body needs to recover, and to do so your body needs a lot of protein. Protein supplements such as shakes and bars can make it easy for you to get the necessary amount of protein into your system. In this article we will tell you all about one of the most used supplements in sports: Whey Protein.
There are many ways how you can fold the gi. Most competitors just stuff their gi in the bag which takes a lot of space and makes the gi come out all crooked. There are a few simple techniques that will help you to fold your gi easily so it will fit into your bag and leave enough space for other things!
Bunda Branca is the new Gi Experts show following BJJ vlogger and full-time Jiu Jitsu competitor Daniël de Groot. Daniël recently finished his studies and spends a lot of his time training in Brazil, to pursue his jiu jitsu lifestyle and dream.
The Gi Experts are here again with another Quick Gi Review! This one is about the latest Tatami Nova Absolute Gi. The Nova Gi is the most popular gi produced by Tatami Fightwear. It offers comfortable and well-designed gi at a reasonable price.
When you create an academy gi for your BJJ gym, you have to think about many details to design the gi that perfectly suits your academy. Let’s have a look at various gis that can be a great example for you.
If you want to go abroad to train jiu jitsu, Brazil is definitely the country to consider. Watch the full video where Daniel explains in detail the costs of living and training in Brazil for different lifestyles.
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