While you can practice jiu-jitsu in any kind of non-restrictive athletic attire, you’ll find that your training sessions can be enhanced with the right clothes. The traditional practice attire is called a Gi, which is a two-piece garment consisting of loose fitting pants and a heavy weight cotton jacket, tied with a cloth belt. No Gi attire usually consists of shorts and/or tights (a.k.a spats) and a close fitting shirt (a.k.a. rash guard). There are benefits to training in both Gi and No Gi, so we practice using both, alternating days.
NO GI: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays.
GI: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays.