Wearing a rash guard can provide many benefits for your training. Finding the best MMA rash guard can take some time because there are so many options. If you train regularly throughout the year you may want to own a few different options for rashguards. I have some short and long sleeve rash guards as well as some I prefer to wear under a Gi for BJJ.
Best MMA Rash Guard
This rash guard by Meister MMA is very comfortable and great for almost any training situation. This is one of the best MMA rash guards for all around training and even works great for outdoor sports. The rash guard is made from 85% Nylon and 15% spandex.
The inner waist band is rubberized to hold the shirt in place which is ideal for grappling. This rash guard comes in five different sizes as well as a few color options. You can get this rash guard for a great price.
If you are looking for a great low cost options this might be the best MMA rash guard for you. Sub Sports makes a lot of great low cost compression gear and this long sleeve rash guard works great for MMA and BJJ. You can get this rash guard in many different colors and sizes.
This is a midweight rash guard which is great for any season and won’t make you run hot. This rash guard also works great for wearing under a BJJ Gi top to provide extra protection. You can get this rash guard for a low price and it should last a long time.
A ranked rash guard is for showing what your belt rank is in Jiu Jitsu. Whether you train Gi or No-Gi BJJ you are probably going to wear a rash guard at some point. You can show your rank while wearing a great rash guard that will keep you safe from mat burn.
Also this rash guard comes in short or long sleeve options. So if you practice MMA and want to show off your BJJ rank with a rash guard, here is a great way to do it. This rash guard is comfortable with plenty of size options, and you can get it at a great price.
There are many great all around rash guards on the market that work well for BJJ and MMA training. This compression shirt by Legend Rash Guards is a great low cost option for an all around great base layer shirt. This rash guard comes with 100% satisfaction guarantee so buy with confidence.
In addition to many size options, you can get this rash guard in many different colors as well. Also this rash guard is very durable and will survive tough sessions. This is a product that is made in the USA and also comes at a great price.
If you’re looking for an all around quality compression shirt, this might be the best MMA rash guard for you. This long sleeve rash guard by Under Armor is a very high quality compression shirt. It is made from 84% Polyester and 16% Elastance to provide a comfortable fit.
In addition to high quality, you will also be able to get this at a great price. Also there are many color and size options so you can find the right rash guard for you. Under Armor makes short sleeve options as well as rash guards with designs.
Do I need to wear a rash guard for MMA training?
There are many reasons to wear a rash guard or compression shirt. Most people are looking to prevent mat burn while wearing something that’s not going to hold a lot of sweat. Rash guards can be worn under a BJJ Gi for an added layer of protection or even help keep you warm during winter training. No Gi grappling can be made a little easier and smoother with compression gear like a rash guard and spats.
Different types of Rash Guards
Short Sleeve Rash Guard – These are great for all around training but they will not protect your elbows and forearms from mat burn. Short sleeve rash guards will prevent people from grabbing your cuff or sleeve on purpose or accident. It will also help keep you cooler than a long sleeve rash guard.
Long Sleeve Rash Guard – Usually the most common you will see in the training room. Great for all around MMA and BJJ training as well as other activities. Can help prevent may burn and provide extra grip when grappling.
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