when i put my backplate on my shoulder pads there are almost always a hole to put them in or you can tie it to your pads with a shoe lace?
U SCREW IT ON TO YOUR SHOULDER PADS TO PROTECT YOUR UPPER AND LOWER BACK
Football back plates need to be attached to shoulder pads. LineÊup the holes of the back plates with the holes of the shoulder pads and insert screws through the aligned holes. Make sure that the back plate is attached tight enough so that it does not slip.Ê
Football pants have the knee pads already built inside of them.
First you put on your shoulder pads, then you put your elbow pads on, next you put your helmet on, finally put your gloves on then you are ready to play lacrosse.
I am a football player so I would know. First, Torso: put a comfortable shirt on. Put shoulder pads over, put jersey on over Pads. Helmet: Put a comfortably fitting helmet tighten it up. Now at last the lower body. Put tight underwear/boxers on put your cup under it. Put on your girdle. Put your pants over it. Socks, football cleetes, and there your good to go. need to purchase all this gear.....call xo sports at 866.496.4327 they will hook you up! tell them WIKI sent you!
the thigh pads are on the inside of the football pants. Some people put their thigh pads in their girdle. Obviously, if you don't have a girdle, this isn't an option. In such a case, the pads would be placed inside your pants.
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you will need to drill holes in the back of the plate on the shoulder pads, make sure you use the back plate to line the holes up to where you will need them. You will need to use a t-nut, which goes in the back of the shoulder pad so the screw will have something to go into. You will want to use some kind of washer on the screw. Just hold the backplate in place slide the t-nut in the back and put the screw and washer in the opening for the backplate and screw it down.
suck it up, you don't need one
Football pants usually have pockets for knee and thigh pads. Under the football pants, you wear a girdle that has additional pockets to place your hip and tail bone pads. The shape of the pocket will tell you which pad goes where.
you put all the pads in it that your supposed to, and then you just put it on like a pair of shorts.
Some people put their thigh pads in their girdle, while others put them inside their football pants. If you have a girdle, I recommend putting them in that. But if you don't have a girdle, just put them in your pants.
We have a front load washer. I put my teens' pads in, one pair at a time, on heavy duty, hot with regular detergent and add either hydrogen peroxide or vinegar in the liquid bleach dispenser to help sanitize. hang dry. it helps the odor tremendously. Repeat every 3 weeks or so.
I used to play high school football and normally you don't need help the trick is to put your shirt on your pads first
First,you put the shouler pads on around your neck.Then clip on the side clips on to the front of the pads.Next you slide the the two knee pads into their slot in the pants.Then put the thigh pads in their slot into the pants.Put on the pants.Then put on the cleats. Now put on your jearsy. PLZ make it be a REDSKIN OR COLTS jearsy!!!!!!!!! Finally,put on your helmate. GO REDSKINS AND COLTS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Take out all the pads and then wash the girdle just like any other clothing. When done put the pads back in the right pockets.
football players put air in theIR helmets because it is used to fill up space if the helmet is too big or some helmets have special pads that blow up that are more comfortable
Just put your jersey on like it were an ordinary sweater. If you are unused to this, than it may get stuck on the shoulder pads at the back, leaving you standing there like a fool. In this case you just need to ask someone for help, that's not uncommon even among hockeyplayers, so it's nothing to be ashamed of. But the trick is not to get caught in the two shoulders. That's when the shirt becomes really hard to put on. If you pass that part, then everything should be fine.
I take it you are too embarrassed to ask any of the team members, but you can watch and see how they do it. However, here is the correct way to put on ALL safety equipment for football: HELMETS: Be sure your helmet fits your head well and is strapped on tight and the face guard is very important. This is the last piece of equipment you will put on before playing football. MOUTH GUARDS: Mouth guards should be fitted for your mouth by a dentist or purchased at sports stores. IF YOU WEAR A RETAINER, ALWAYS TAKE IT OUT BEFORE YOU START TO EXERCISE, PRACTICE, OR PLAY. Since you can't talk well with a mouth guard this also is one of the last pieces of equipment you would put in. Helmet, mouth guard before going on the field. WRIST, KNEE, AND ELBOW GUARDS: The wrists are usually taped well right past the knuckles of each hand. You would strap on your knee guards and elbow guards. PADS: You already know you need shin, elbow pads, and now you need shoulder, chest, hip and thigh pads. The shoulder pads are put on first and cover part of the chest. The hip and thigh pads go on next. PROTECTIVE CUP: SHOULD ALWAYS BE WORN! FOOTWEAR: You will require footwear with cleats. Be sure your footwear fits well. Then lace up! The footwear should go on before the shoulder pads because they are bulky. It makes it a little easier doing it this way. Then it's time to put your uniform on, put your mouth guard in, carry your helmet (if the rest of the team does) and get out on the field. Some players will not put their helmets or mouth guards on until they are on the side-lines with the coach and are called to play. If you are called off the field always wrap a blanket or something warm around you to keep your warmed up muscles warm and ready to go. Before starting to play warm up by running on the spot and stretching exercises. Running on the spot gets you pumped up and stretching exercises keeps you limber. Some players will pace back and forth on the sidelines.
If you put out your hands, you can block a ball being passed or kicked. To stop a player, you can only hit them shoulder to shoulder, so they cannot be blocked from the front through physical contact.
It usually just goes under your shoulder pads, and through the neck hole. However, i recently managed to fit mine a lot more firmly, by removing the padding from my shoulder pads and lining up the collar's vest underneath the hard shell. I then cut two small slits in the vest to allow the padding to be reattached through the cowboy collar vest. The collar sits so much more firmly in the pads, and makes sure its giving you the full protection
You put your shoulder to the wheel.
i replaced brake pads on vw golf and did not put the clips on the brake pads is it save?
Put Your Head on My Shoulder was created in 1968.