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MMA is one of the fastest growing and most popular sports right now. It is not just one martial art, but instead is a combination of several that all accumulates into one intense combat sport. Typical MMA fights don’t seem to have much equipment other than shorts, gloves, a mouth guard and the occasional rash guard, but there are a few more things you should own to help you during your training and competition. For more info check out US Combat Sports.

Best MMA Gear Reviews 2017

When you’re shopping for your MMA gear, you should do a bit of research to know what gear is appropriate for each aspect of your training. You will need a few different pairs of gloves and pads for striking; rashguards, spats, and maybe even a gi for grappling and other equipment like hand wraps and mouthguards that you might not even have thought of. The best thing to do is to research and ask your gym what they recommend or require you to have when you are training. You’ll also want to look into the brand of the gear that you’re buying, because there are brands that are better than others. Equipment made by a good company usually has higher quality materials and will last longer, which is important because in a high-impact sport like MMA, you can expect a lot of wear and tear. Make sure that you are fully and properly equipped before you start your MMA training. See what other athletes prefer to wear. Check out a few reviews and get everything you need to prepare yourself for your sport.

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Venum has been a great brand when it comes to boxing and Muay Thai gloves. Over the years, this brand has maintained its reputation and has come up with some really awesome products that deliver superb value. Venum Contender Gloves (Best Value) The Venum Contender Gloves are one such product...
Science Backed Knee Support Review
1. Editor's Choice Shock Doctor Knee Compression Wrap Combat sports and martial arts require some amount of tossing and turning, which ultimately have an impact on the knees. Here in plays the role of a good knee brace in protecting your vital joints. After speaking to many users and reviewing a...
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The sparring gloves that impressed us in every aspect are the Contender boxing gloves by Venus. Venus has made an unbeatable reputation for itself in the boxing gear category. Durability and comfort are some of the best aspects about Venus gloves that boxers love. Just the right amount of padding,...
Whether you’re doing traditional boxing, Muay Thai or even just hitting pads for exercise, you should always make sure that you have your hands properly wrapped. If you begin any of your training without using wraps, then you set yourself up for an easy and very preventable injury. Your...
review to find the best protective gear from your brain and head
The top pick for us in the category of boxing headgear is the RDX Zero Impact Leather-X Grill Head Guard. RDX Sports is a leading name in the fitness industry for a few decades now. They manufacture and export their boxing, MMA and Muay Thai fitness gear all over...
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When you’re training Brazilian jiu jitsu, you’ll find that wearing the gi on it’s own can be very uncomfortable, itchy, hot and can even cause rashes and skin burns. That’s why it is very important to wear a rash guard under your jacket to keep your skin protected and...
There are a lot of stereotypes about skipping. Some people think it’s girly or ineffectual. Skipping is one of the best exercises known to man. It combine agility, footwork, cardio and stamina.  It also causes significantly less impact on the body than running or other forms of cardio. However most...
knee support for mma
When you’re training MMA, you’re going to undoubtedly end up with injuries. The best thing you can do when starting this sport is try to prevent as many injuries as possible. This means that you’ll have to know what is within your limits, you’ll need to make sure you...
MMA is a fast, aggressive sport that requires many different martial arts styles all wrapped into one. You will need to work on your skills in striking, grappling, cage work, clinch and just about anything else you can think of. You will need to be able to throw punches...
MMA is a sport that requires a lot of movement, a lot of versatility and will put a good amount of wear and tear on your body and your equipment. When you’re training or competing, it’s important that you are prepared in as many ways as possible. You should...