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    Default What is a no gi class like?

    What I mean is does it generally mean you train bare torso, or is it simply training whilst wearing just a t-shirt and shorts instead of a gi?

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    I've never trained no-gi with a bare torso.

    Hope this helps

    Rach.

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    Ahh, I get ya!!!

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    Basically everyone has to arrive in their underwear, and you all grease up with oil then after that it's just like a normal GI class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 123 MMA View Post
    Basically everyone has to arrive in their underwear, and you all grease up with oil then after that it's just like a normal GI class.
    Sound like an average friday night for me then.

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    I have rolled bare top before, but only cos I'd been doing gi and didn't have a rashguard with me.

    Most people wear a rashguard or t-shirt.
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    Right OK.

    *Goes off to google wtf a rashguard is*

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    OK I've found out what a rashguard is and I like.

    Although I don't imagine it's particularly forgiving if you have man boobs!!

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    i cant wear rashguards i find them uncomfortable, a t shirt is fine
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    dont wear a baggy t shirt though, hate it when my foot or toes get caught in it

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