Head guards are only acceptable when you already have a sore ear. I think that's the rule at most gyms.
Scott solid , I wouldnt mess
Ok. So iv only been rolling now for a couple of month , but Iv never felt any knocks or presure on my lugs ..... am I doing it wrong ?
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Mine started after 2 years training, my coach got hos after about 5 years!
Celtic Pride Martial Arts, Abertillery, Gwent
Brazilian Jiu Jitsu
Mixed Martial Arts
Originally Posted by 1inchPonch
As long as it is a soft shell one they should be fine to wear regardless, prevention better than cure and all that. I have worn one when sparring for the best part of 4 years now since I last had a small cauli.
I find it kinda annoying how people wear headgear when they've never had cauli. If you know youre prone, wear em. Otherwise just leave it.
ICON Jiu Jitsu
The only bars i go to are Arm Bars, Knee Bars and a Mars Bar
No point waiting until you get cauliflower ears before you start wearing earguards. I've got a tiny amount in both ears- barely noticable. As soon as the cold weather arrives, my ears are the first parts to get cold.
Unless you're a pro, BJJ is only a small part of our lives. Outside of training, damaged ears are not cool to most people.
Cauliflower ears are the last thing you need. Your ugly enough already.
Originally Posted by jimbob kelly
How you expect to run with the wolves come night when you spend all day sparring with the puppies