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    No-Gi Purchase Guide

    In Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, there are two main ways to grapple: Gi Jiu-Jitsu and No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu. In Gi Jiu-Jitsu, fighters wear a kimono. This uniform lets you grab onto your opponent's clothes. But in No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu, you don't wear a Gi. Instead, you wear shorts and a tight shirt called a rash guard. In No-Gi, you're not allowed to grab the other person's clothes.

    Rash Guards

    Now, let's talk No-Gi and about rash guards. In No-Gi, which is getting more popular because of MMA (mixed martial arts), people wear rash guards and shorts. Rash guards are special shirts that stop you from getting too sweaty. They help keep you cool and dry. They are also made in a way that makes them strong and comfy, so they don’t rub your skin the wrong way.

    Wearing a rash guard is also good for another reason. It helps protect you from getting burns, cuts, and rashes from the mat. They also help keep your body dry and your muscles warm, which is important for doing your best in training or a match.

    While wearing a well-designed rash guard does make you look great, they're all about staying safe and performing well in BJJ. When your body is dry and your muscles are warm, you can move better and have more strength. This is helpful when you are trying to learn new moves or when you are in a match.

    No-Gi Shorts

    In No-Gi a practitioner will normally wear polyester or lycra shorts, also known as vale tudo shorts. These shorts normally feature a hook and loop fastener. These shorts will protect your body on the mats as well as look great!

    Remember, whether you choose to train in Gi or No-Gi Jiu-Jitsu, or both, it's all about learning and getting better. Each style has its challenges and benefits. Training in a Gi can make you stronger and better at escaping holds because the Gi adds extra weight and makes it harder to slip away. On the other hand, No-Gi training is faster and helps you get better at moving quickly and using techniques that don't rely on grabbing clothes.