Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a form of Martial Art where striking isn't involved but rather the use of grapple holds and submissions. Training in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu or BJJ, requires a lot of flexibility and mobility.

When the Gracie Family pioneered the art form in Brazil, it was no different from other competitive forms as the use of a Judogi, which is similar to a Karategi, but more durable. Nowadays, people call these robe-like clothing "Gi" for short.

The Judogi is used not only in competition but also in training. Some submission holds done in BJJ require the use of the Gi which brings us to the other part...

No-Gi Jiu Jitsu has become popular nowadays as the sport of Mixed Martial Arts continues to grow. Brands start to emerge here and there boasting the finest Spandex fabric to optimize performances.

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In the case of grappling sport, Spandex By Yard can offer not only the most durable fabric for the grind but also colorful and attractive prints. Sportek International Inc. has been trusted by sports athletes as the fabric's stretch optimizes muscle performance.