Black Belt CBD is a line of CBD-based performance training products made for Jiu Jitsu competitors, martial arts pros, and serious athletes looking to add cannabinoid wellness into their training regimen. Featuring quality grade cannabidiol ingredients with nano-emulsified hypoallergenic cannabidiol and natural ingredients, Black Belt CBD products help athletes train harder and longer, speed up recovery, and alleviate anxiety with a series of supplements, topicals, and protein powders made for daily use – with no psychoactive effects.
“Every Black Belt Performance CBD product exceeds state regulatory requirements and goes through extensive research and testing before being brought to market,” said Krista Whitley, Black Belt CBD CEO and Founder. “Our leadership team includes industry regulatory experts, professional UFC fighters, and world-class Jiu Jitsu competitors, accomplished molecular scientists, and an experienced board of medical advisors who ensure our products are formulated to help consumers achieve their wellness goals. We are proud to host the Black Belt CBD Invitational and support fighters with CBD-based training products made for top-level performance.”
Black Belt CBD officially announced the Black Belt CBD Invitational, an inaugural Jiu Jitsu tournament featuring the industry’s first ever gender-equal fight purse. Showcasing top fighters – including a Jiu Jitsu super fight with UFC Hall of Famers Frank Mir and Forrest Griffin – the Black Belt CBD Invitational is scheduled Oct. 20 at 6pm.
“We’re a woman-founded and woman-led company, born and bred in Las Vegas, and Jiu Jitsu is a huge part of our culture and even my family – my daughter loves to train Jiu Jitsu,” Black Belt CBD CEO and Founder Krista Whitley said. “We specialize in CBD-based performance-training products made for serious athletes of all genders, and when we launched the Black Belt CBD Invitational, it was only natural that we bring this philosophy into the Jiu Jitsu community. We’re proud to host the biggest and brightest names in the men’s and women’s divisions and celebrate their wins equally.”