BJJ training at home??

Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by upchurch311, Apr 17, 2008.

  1. upchurch311

    upchurch311 White Belt

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    Hey I am starting to train at home as well as the gym... What kind of equipment would you suggest on getting. I have a 80lb bag and my brother who also takes BJJ to beat up. Of course I am getting mats but anything else out of the ordinary that you have found to be useful that I will not have to max out a credit card for?
     
  2. Michael Davis

    Michael Davis Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    a grappling dummy there fun to use and warm up with.
     
  3. Michael Davis

    Michael Davis Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    martialartsv1vu White Belt

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    a training partner
     
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    stu3ufc** Yoshihiro Akiyama

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    i agree-- loads of drills on tht help keep your top game postioning good

    plus u can punch it if u want
     
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    stu3ufc** Yoshihiro Akiyama

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    he has his bro
     
  7. upchurch311

    upchurch311 White Belt

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    who sells good dummies? mats?

    ya I have my brother but I think a dum would be good so we can critique eachothers positions and techniques better if we are not the one getting our asses beat.
     
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    JDV5811 Purple Belt

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    just search online, but beware, mats are expensive man for real.
     
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    FullContact.com Yellow Belt

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    Mats are stupid expensive!

    If you're looking for bags, you might try Combat Sports or Title MMA. The cost is decent, but the shipping can get expensive - be sure you CALL about the shipping cost if you decide to go with one of them.

    Of course, if you're pre-shopping, in May we'll have a bunch of new products; especially bags, and all with accurate shipping -- but I didn't tell you that yet.

    Shameless plug. I know.

    Full Contact Outlet
     
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    Michael Davis Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    endurance Simply the Best

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    Yeah but the choice of always being able to roll is priceless.
     

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