What do you wear to train?

What do you wear to train in?

  • Japanese Style gi (wrap around style)

    Votes: 117 61.3%
  • Traditional Chinese uniform (frog style buttons)

    Votes: 10 5.2%
  • Traditional Vneck Korean uniform (TKD)

    Votes: 26 13.6%
  • Hakama

    Votes: 12 6.3%
  • Aerobics/workout clothes

    Votes: 45 23.6%
  • Street Clothes (jeans and stuff)

    Votes: 27 14.1%
  • Other Traditional Clothing

    Votes: 9 4.7%
  • Other non-traditional clothing

    Votes: 26 13.6%
  • Shoes

    Votes: 61 31.9%
  • No shoes

    Votes: 77 40.3%

  • Total voters
    191
  • Poll closed .
For Kung fu a traditional Chinese uniform, for Karate, black top gi, white bottoms, and a cup too!
 
In class, a full dobok in the winter; dobok pants and a t-shirt in the summer.

At home, whatever I'm wearing when I have time to practice... if I'm wearing something I don't want to sweat in, I'll usually change either to dobok pants and a t-shirt, or sweat pants and a t-shirt.
 
Hakama Pants (it has the same kind of tie as a Hakama but not the flowing part of a hakama, also only Black belts can wear them)

Traditional wrap around Gi (black)
 
I wear the same clothes as I woud if I were going to the store and that inclusdes ashoes. Since I will not be barefioot unless I'm at the beach, or wearing a Gi unless I'm at the studio, why not train in what I useually wear. I do this for one simple reason, practicality. If you train barefoot all the time and then have to defend yourself with a kick while wearing heavy boots, the kick has changed. Likewise, restrictive clothing such as jeans will have an affect so I think it's important to understand how your material will me affected.
 
i wear my special fighting power y-fronts.


actuall i just wear my thai shorts.

unless Im grappling and then I wear a rash guard aswel.

although this might need to change since theres a bit of a bloody fashion show going on at my MMA gym..its like who's got the coolest shirt or shorts.
 
At class, traditional gi, obi and no shoes

A group of us also gather once a week in the park for an informal workout, and there we wear whatever is comfortable, although we do not dress out formally. Some wear shoes and others don't.

At home I train in workout clothes and don't wear shoes.

Mary Chant
 
depends what gym/dojo I'm in :)


When in my dad's dojo....ultra traditional...gi...or if using sword, hakama.

When at jiu jitsu, usually shorts, t-shirt, wrestling shoes (optional) and knee pads. Sometimes double woven gi.

Off nights at dad's dojo we wear shorts/sweats and have a freestyle workout.
 
standard black century uniform (hate it)

bringing up the question, anyone know where I can get a full black, judo-style, heavy weave uniform (I have no idea what the proper names are for that style)?

I can't stand the heavy canvas type material that is used in the century ironman. so my instructor and I want black judo/juijitsu type gi's.


http://kinjisan.com/
 
Usually, a traditional dobok & bare feet. But sometimes, either uniform pants or shorts & t-shirt with wrestling or TKD shoes (if outside or a traditional class).
 

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