Buying your First Jiu Jitsu gear, What you'll Need
Welcome to Jiu Jitsu Hustle, In today's video I go over and answer a lot of common questions about buying your first jiu jitsu gear. Here is everything youll need to know to start training.
Starting BJJ? This is what you need!
When you want to start training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu it can be hard to figure out what things you need. In this video we show you the basics which will set you off to a great start!
Not sure what gi to get? Check out our video of our top 3 beginner gi's:
Regarding gi colour, white is always good and accepted in most gyms. If you prefer blue, black (or any other colour) you might want to check this with the rules and regulations of your gym.
You will also need a belt. The gi's from our top 3 beginner gi's all come with a free white belt. You can recongize a BJJ belt by the black bar on one of the ends. This bar is used to put on stripes when you get promoted. Even if you gym doesn't do stripes, the black bar is required on your belt for most competitons. Lengthwise each end of the belt should hang 20 to 30 cm in length after the knot.
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Wearing a rashguard underneath your gi is mandatory in some gyms, but even when it's not we really recommend wearing one. It protects your skin against the chafing and tearing of the gi jacket and it will wick away sweat.
With a gi, belt and rashgaurd you are ready to train! Tape is one of the accessories you will probably need real soon, another one we highly recommend is a mouthguard. Some people hate them, but other wont train without them.
Wondering what the difference between the mouthguards are? Check this video for a comparison of mouthguards:
SISU Mouthguard review:
Hopefully this video will help you on your way into your jiu jitsu journey!
What's in my jiu-jitsu & gym bag
Some of my favorite items I take with me everyday to #jiujitsu or the #gym.
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Things you'll need when starting Jiu Jitsu!
So you've taken the plunge into Jiu JItsu. You signed up, they got you a gi and you've discovered just how hard it is... Not to rain on your parade, but without the correct knowledge of items you'll need to purchase, things can get harder, more time consuming, and painful.
Typically what happens is the new student will speak to higher belts, instructors and comb the internet to resolve the issues unfolding before them as they progress. In the video I've taken the liberty to list the problems I've encountered and how I dealt with them. Obviously not every new student is met with the same concerns. This is not the end all be all problem solving list. The issues discussed in the video however, are fairly common and will hopefully steer you towards the direction of relief.
If you were met with a specific problem not listed in the video, please list what the concern was and how you dealt with it below. Maybe your knowledge can aid others in similar situations.
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What's in Your Bag? Travis Stevens
Between weight training, BJJ and Judo, Team Fuji Athlete Travis Stevens keeps busy! Have you ever wondered what the top athletes keep with them in their gear bag? Today Travis shows you all of the things he brings with him to all of his training sessions!
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Fuji Sports is your number one source for gis and grappling gear! Fuji is also proud to work with World, Olympic, BJJ & MMA Champions across the globe. Its products have been put to the test during rigorous competitions and training sessions. The result is a high quality brand of products originating from Japan that are built to last and have proven to withstand the ultimate punishment on the athletic battlefield.
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Why it's so important to wear a Rash guard/ Compression for MMA, Grappling and No Gi Jiu Jitsu
Neil Melanson, The Ground Marshal, talks about why you should wear Rashguard (Compression) when practicing MMA, grappling and No Gi.
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The Ground Fighting Series was created by Neil Melanson the legendary head coach of champions. Neil has simple and easy to use ground fighting techniques that work wonders.
RVCA Try On + Review | No Gi Gear for Jiu Jitsu Athletes
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How To Look For Jiu Jitsu Gear
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Don't Stink! Belt & Gi Washing How To's - Kama Jiu-Jitsu
After a day of rolling and sweating, we all have to keep ourselves and our equipment clean and nice. Ryan explains his method for cleanng his Gi and equipment.
This means we end of smelling Welcome to the official Kama Jiu-Jitsu channel! We are the premier martial arts school for those who want to learn Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and Mixed Martial arts. With over twenty years of training, we wish to share our knowledge with you! So give us a watch and learn the powerful art of Jiu Jitsu!
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Gear Review: Dollamur Flexi-Roll Mats
This is our review of the Dollamur Flexi-Roll mats. We have used these mats in multiple locations for two years.
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