I'M NEW TO FIGHT SPORTS, WHAT FIGHT GEAR DO I NEED?
In my earlier article stating “Don’t Buy Anything from anywhere until you read this” I cover the reasons why choosing the right gear is vital for getting a good start in your sport and avoiding the common pitfalls. This page is a concise guide with some suggestions as to what you need for all the common fight sports. If you have not read this yet, I recommend doing so before this one, READ IT HERE
Different people will have different ideas but this page represents the most commonly held beliefs of top coaches in the sports we cater for. The products on this page represent core items required for the sport
The Best Way to Buy Fight Gear For Beginners
1. Know EXACTLY what fight sport you are doing (We know this sounds obvious but not always, See previous article)
2. Buy in line with your clubs recommendations, speak with your instructor before you buy anything from anywhere
3. Avoid Shopping Channels unless you know EXACTLY what you need
4. Ignore non-expert reviews - Most of them are uninformed or biassed or both.
5. Choose Function over fashion everytime.
How to use this page
1. Watch the video - We have specialist guides for each sport in the blog articles at the bottom of the page.
2. To the left of the products below you will see some filters; click first on the sport you want.
3. If you need everything then buy the items as listed by sport below. using the filters to further narrow your buying options.
4. Choose the items you need & checkout!
5. If you are still uncertain give us a call on 01914353621 or send us an email to email@example.com please allow 24 hours for a response.
Essential Equipment for fight sports (By Discipline
Open Face Headguard
Trunks & Vest/Tee Shirt
Muay Thai or Kickboxing
Thai Shorts or MMA Shorts
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
BJJ Gi (Or shorts and rashguard if NO GI)
MMA Shorts (Only If doing No Gi)
MMA Sparring Gloves (or boxing gloves)
Buying for someone else training in Fight Sports
This can be very tricky, especially if they have been training a while. The best advice we would give is that unless they have specified something they want then avoid core training items such as boxing gloves, shin pads and the like. Instead go for niceties that every martial artist will appreciate but may not always buy for themselves. One other option if buy a FSPRO GIFT VOUCHER & Choose your level!
A Cool Kit Bag - Such as the REVGEAR TRAVEL LOCKER
Beanies or Caps
New MMA or Muay Thai shorts
Rash Guards for MMA or BJJ
Collection: I'M NEW TO FIGHT SPORTS OR ABOUT TO START
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