These Rash Guards are killer! Get your kids looking next level with the Cross short sleeve rash guard. Featuring dye sublimation as opposed to silk screening, the image will never crack or peel! Future Fighter rash guards are designed for performance and consist of the same quality materials that are used for adult rash guards. Guaranteed to make your Future Fighter stand out from the rest!
New awesome high quality self whicking tshirt with sublimated logos front and back.
These Hawaii inspired fight shorts are sure to attract all the island and mainland hunnies! Four-way mechanical stretch material with triple stitching and bar tacked reinforced tear zones. Triple stitched at the crotch and seems, these shorts are ideal for training at your most dedicated level. The shorts tie shut with an inner draw string a double Velcro closure keep the pants on at all times and secure a great fit.
OTM's The 400 Gi is a 400 gram Pearl Weave competition Gi is made of the lightest competition legal fabric, and the top is one piece of fabric which leaves no seams. This is one of the most durable Gis on the market, because most oth
OTM's The 400 Gi is a 400 gram Pearl Weave competition Gi. It is made of the lightest competition legal fabric, and the top is one piece of fabric which leaves no seams. This is one of the most durable Gis on the market, because most other companies layer fabric which can cause tears when seams are put under stress.
Haven’t we all wanted bio mechanical arms at one time or another? Wouldn’t it be great to have a mechanical arm to help get out of arm locks? Well until science catches up with what we want this new fully sublimated OTM rash guard is the best thing.
This new gi has been completely redesigned to fit the girls in the sport. The top has been cut to have a narrower waist and a flared skirt. The pants have been modeled off the fit of a baggy women's jean cut. The pant body is cut to be curvy in the hips and the crotch has been shortened and is lower cut than the men’s pants but still had the triple gusset.
The omoplata can be applied from the guard, by placing one leg under the opponent's armpit and turning 180 degrees in the direction of that leg, so that the leg moves over the back of the opponent and entangles the opponent's arm. By controlling the opponent's body and pushing the arm perpendicularly away from the opponent's back, pressure can be put on the opponent's shoulder. It is also possible to put pressure on the elbow joint by bending the leg entangling the arm, and twisting it in a specific manner.