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The rashguard has become one of the many staples in no-gi and gi grappling. There are many benefits the rashguard offers, particularly when grapplers are rolling, sparring, or training. One of the most obvious benefits is in the name, "rashguard." Rashguards cut down on the spread of disease and bacteria. When rolling around, the gi can open up, leaving the chest bare, which increases the chance of bacteria exchange. This is why wearing a rashguard can prevent outbreak between grapplers. Several studies have shown that rashguards prevent injuries and speed up injury recovery time due to the compression placed onto the muscles. Rashguards also prevent mat burn. When grapplers roll, no-gi, their skin comes into contact with a BJJ mat, which can cause friction or mat burn. Wearing a rashguard can prevent skin damage by diverting the amount of mat burn from friction.