VIDEO: Best Elbow Support for Jiu Jitsu

Bauerfeind Review
"The Jiu Jitsu Therapist" weighs in on EpiTrain from Bauerfeind.
A really solid compression brace. Check it out, you won’t be disappointed.

About the Author:
Dr. Eugene Tsozik, PT has been training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 2008. He is a brown belt under head coach Nick “Chewy” Albin at Derby City Martial Arts in Louisville, KY.

Tsozik has a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and has been practicing since 2009, specializing in treatment of orthopaedic and sport-specific injuries and conditions. Having dealt with a number of injuries of his own, Tsozik is always looking for new recovery techniques while training.

“I have an interest in training, improving my physical and mental well-being through jiu-jitsu, injury prevention, and love all things grappling, strength training, and MMA.” – Dr. Tsozik, PT

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> Graduated compression - Compression tapers at the edges to target painful areas and help improve circulation.
> Pressure-reduced edges - Ensure a comfortable fit without constriction and make the support easier to put on and take off.
> Anatomical shape - Improves stabilization of the tendon. Viscoelastic material reduces vibration and shock to the tendon.
> Contoured pads - Boosts pain relief by relieving pressure and helps ensure correct positioning.