Rash Guard for Muay Thai 3

Ready for even more rash guards for your Muay Thai training? As promised in the previous installment of rash guard recommendations, I am back with a third batch of stunning looking fightwear. As they say, when you look good, you feel good. Rash guards boast not only a multitude of performance and physical benefits for training but they also look so good. It’s becoming more and more popular as a workout attire for all sorts of sports and fitness training.

You may want to read part 1 (“Rash Guard for Muay Thai”) of the series on rash guards for more information and selections before making your decision to purchase. And when you are ready, here are some more of the most eye-catching designs that will bring some life back into even the most jaded of Muay Thai, martial arts or fitness fans:

Extreme Hobby Moko
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Click here to get Moko on Amazon

Extreme Hobby Polska
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Zipravs Animals
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Fuji Musashi
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Manto Voodoo
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Click here to get Voodoo on Amazon

Manto Krazy Bee
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Click here to get Krazy Bee on Amazon

Manto Aztec Short Sleeve
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Click here to get Aztec on Amazon

Venum Nightcrawler
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Click here to get Nightcrawler on Amazon

Venum Fusion
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Click here to get Fusion on Amazon

93 Brand x Meerkatsu “Hell Hooks”
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Click here to get Hell Hooks on Amazon

Bad Boy Art of Lua
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Click here to get Art of Lua of Amazon

Conclusion
3 articles worth of a bewildering variety of rash guard designs to choose from, there is no more reason to stick to the same old set of workout attire for your training. Honestly, if you aren’t sold on the aesthetic and functional appeal of rash guards, you must be a hardcore Muay Thai purist. Wearing something that you are comfortable in is what matters the most. But why not give rash guards a try, you may just never go without them ever again.

Chok dee!

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