We’re looking forward to getting these bad boys in stock very shortly.
The black standard issue is identical to the white standard issue with the same patch pack. Depending on how popular it is we may make different colourways in the future! IBJJF legal dependant on where the patches are placed.
The navy athlete 2 is made to the same specification as the other athlete’s and is a lightweight but durable gi ideal for competing in, and it’s IBJJF legal!
Scrambler and Roger Gracie blackbelt; Oli Geddes has just released his Footlock mastery instructional.
As well as being a prolific competitor with over 600 tournament matches, Oli is one of the best instructors we know.
This instructional is based strictly on IBJJF legal techniques from white belt and above. For beginners, it’s a very good, detailed look at an often neglected submission technique. More advanced players will enjoy the positions Oli shows – including the 50/50, outside hook ankle lock and the overhook x-guard.
You may remember we shared a story about Scrambler and USMC Veteran Robert ‘Cozmo’ Consulmagno and how training BJJ has helped him to manage his PTSD. We were excited to see the US Deptartment of Veterans Affairs share his story the other day as well as short video.
The story of how we came to stock the Rad Roller range is a simple one.
In my daily life I am constantly battling sore muscles, either from jiu jitsu or from using the computer all day.
I had seen a post from Sally Arsenault on Facebook mentioning her review of the Rad Muscle Flushing Kit, which is a combination of the Rad Helix and Rad Rod.
I bought it, had it sent from the US to the UK, and started using it. It was literally the best tool I’ve ever used for this kind of thing. The Rad Rod is perfect for stripping away the points of tension not only in my muscles but also in the parts where the tendons and ligaments attach to the bone, which can get very sore for me. The Rad Helix was like a foam roller on steroids, able to get much deeper into my back than my regular foam roller.
I took the kit to the dojo, using it to roll out after class. Everyone wanted a go, and the universal response was that they were amazing bits of kit.
A few emails later, and we at Scramble can now proudly call ourselves stockists of Rad Rollers.
By putting more than one Rad Roller item in your cart, you’ll automatically unlock 10% off the total of your order.
So if you’re in the UK / Europe and you want to get your hands on some Rad Rollers, follow these links.
RAD Block - use for storing your RAD Rollers, and also allowing your more versatility in applying them
RAD Helix - It’s like a foam roller only a hundred times better.
RAD Rod - A myofascial release / muscle stripper that has to be tried to be believed.
RAD Roller - The original Rad Roller, perfect for relieving tight knots of muscle.
RAD Rounds - For extra targeted relief of knots wherever they are on your body.
It’s like a gi bag, but made to a higher spec. Perfect for carrying around your training gear or just a couple of items, the bag is lightweight and durable and has various bag functions including (but not limited to)
As a grappler, and someone who spends a lot of time at my Stationary Computing Station / Matrix Connector Device (also known as a desk), I deal with a pretty good amount of aches and pains.
I’m always on the hunt for newer and better tools to help cope with sore muscles and aching joints.
My quest led me to the Rad Roller. I bought the muscle flushing kit direct from the USA, and once shipping and import taxes were factored in, it ended up costing quite a bit.
But what a revelation! The Helix roller is literally the best version of a foam roller I have ever used, and the Rad Rod strips muscles free of tension incredibly effectively. It’s a daily routine for me now. It helps me cope with RSI from using computers all day, as I am able to strip my forearms and the tendons around the elbow.
I took the kit to the gym and everyone who has tried it, has loved it.
With that in mind, I approached Rad Roller direct, and we are now proud to announce that Scramble (UK / Europe store) will be stocking the Rad Roller range within the next couple of weeks.
A few months ago, we released the Kubi Bukuro backpack. It was almost as an experiment, (albeit one we took very seriously) to see how the BJJ / martial arts community would respond to a bag developed and produced by Scramble.
We put many weeks of work into refining the bag into something we would find useful as martial artists.
To our surprise and excitement, the bag stock basically sold out within the first couple of weeks.
As we do with all products, we put the samples through vigorous testing. We used the bags for training, taking things back and forth to the office, including multiple gis, laptops, lunchboxes and the severed heads of our enemies. The samples held up great. The first sample I used many months ago is still going strong today. We ventured into full production and sold all the bags.
Unfortunately it seemed a not insignificant percentage of the bags went on to experience some kind of technical fault. Ever since the bags were sold out, we get emails every day asking when they will be back in stock. The answer is, when we have fixed them.
We have now fixed the two main issues (weakness in the shoulder strap and the rubber zip pulls.) We now have a very limited amount of improved stock which we are going to use to replace the bags of every customer who contacted us with issues. Once those customers are looked after, we will take full delivery of a batch of improved bags and put them up for sale again.
It should be noted that most customers had absolutely no problem with their bags.
We will announce when the new stock for general sale is available in the next few weeks.