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Perfect for MMA, grappling or wrestling. This compression shirt optimizes recovery. It also provides a protective role by limiting friction to the skin, something that often goes hand in hand with combat sports.
The silicone band located at the waist prevents the Rashguard from rising throughout training.
Specifically adapted to the constraints of combat sports, rashguards remain multidisciplinary training outfits that will delight any athlete looking for performance!
IBJJF approved rashguard for tournaments.
Ideal for BJJ No Gi, MMA, grappling, or wrestling.
Material: 87% Polyester – 13% Elastane
Stretchy and very durable fabric.
Silicone support band located at the waist.
Reinforced and ergonomic seams.
Machine wash at 30 ° C, do not wash, do not tumble dry.
Note: All mesurements are in cm .
As a Black Belt, you’ve likely spent years honing your skills, exploring various aspects of BJJ, and contributing to the growth of the martial art. This level signifies not just competence in executing techniques but also a profound knowledge of strategy, timing, and the underlying principles of BJJ.
Now that you’ve reached the Black Belt level, your journey is far from over. It’s a time to continue refining your techniques, mentoring lower-ranked students, and possibly contributing to the broader BJJ community through teaching, coaching, or even contributing to the evolution of the art.
Remember to stay humble, remain open to learning, and enjoy the ongoing journey in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Whether you choose to focus on your personal development, competitive endeavors, or teaching others, the Black Belt represents a new chapter in your martial arts journey.
If you have any specific questions or if there’s anything you’d like to discuss regarding BJJ or martial arts in general, feel free to ask!