Tighter strings make the pitch higher
Well I am not gay, but I would say yes. Of course it would make it feel better. Doesn't it always feel good when it is tighter.
yes, in lacrosse you are allowed to use hockey gloves but it is not advised for 6th grade and up for multiple reasons, as any player gets older the game has greater demands and one of the major demands is the ability to move ones hands and finders individually. That is the also key difference between hockey and lacrosse gloves. hockey gloves(unless you shell out 125-200$) have what is called a thumb lock and it prevents the thumb from bending backwards due to collisions with the multiple hard surfaces inside of a hockey rink, hockey gloves also limit the individual use of fingers, both of these features are compromises that hockey players make due to the limitless amount of hand injuries that can be sustained from playing ice hockey. The reason i would say to purchase a pair of lacrosse gloves is there ability to give individual movement for fingers and the palm is thinner along with breathable palm slits and a surfaces that do not cause as much friction between the glove and the stick. So if you are a beginning player it is perfectly okay to use them it is just that hockey gloves are not meant to let your hands move and they are not meant to take repeated slashes or checks.
No, I don't think it would make a difference besides that it would feel different.
you know when its time when your hands start to hurt when you put them on your hands. If there is a huge hole in the golves, or if you think you need new ones Another solution to the palms being ripped up is getting repalmed. take your gloves to a sporting goods store and they will make them feel practically new for a fraction of the price.
It depends on which gender you choose. Females have tighter shirts than males.
When you play hockey mostly required equipment is a cage helmet (street or roller hockey) or just a visor helmet for ice hockey (you can also have a cage helmet for ice) Every type of hockey you should have shin guards Have to have hockey gloves Have to have hockey stick obviously Some people recommend having a mouth guard. Some places make you have elbow pads while some don't.
You can make your bra tighter by adjusting the straps. You can also put the back strap on the hooks that are the furthest from the end of the strap.
by adjusting the straps
How much is it to make a hockey WHAT?
either take links out of the cable or just tighten it. you could also bleed the rear brakes to make it feel tighter