Save Your Jacked Up Fingers In BJJ

Brazilian jiu-jitsu may be a low-impact combat sport, but it is still tough on your hands. Anyone who has gripped their opponent’s sleeve only to have said sleeve ripped away knows what I am talking about.

Many of us — especially those of us who work in manual labor — need their hands for day-to-day life. So what can we do to protect this important appendage of ours?

Second-degree Brazilian jiu-jitsu black belt Nick “Chewy” Albin has answer, and it’s so easy you’ll be ashamed of yourself for not thinking of it earlier.

Check out the short video above to see what he has to say about protecting your hands during jiu-jitsu class.


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