every game or practice
A jockstrap would help support your genitals, and keep them from bouncing or twisting.
men and women
you don't have to but you should
well the penis should be on either side that is comfortable for u
why do u need a jockstrap
Charles Bennett invented the jockstrap in 1874.
No, it is not. A jockstrap is a protective device for the genitals.
A jockstrap should fit pretty tightly, in order to support you or hold the cup in place. Nothing should slip or move around. It shouldn't cut in to your body though, and everything needs to be able to fit inside the pouch.
never thought of that , it must be comfortable . try it
A boy should wear a jockstrap to hold a cup in place, for sports with that kind of contact, regardless of age. Boys should also start wearing a regular jockstrap for support at the latest once puberty starts, as this is when the risk is greatest for testicular torsion. Youth sizes are available with smaller pouches for boys who have not fully grown and developed yet.
Someone playing basketball would just need a regular jockstrap, with a pouch for support. There are youth sizes available for preteens.
wash the jockstrap in hot water and bleach. that should kill anything!
Put on a jockstrap how you would put on pants.
You should wear a jockstrap with a cup for contact sports such as football, baseball, hockey, etc. But it's important to wear a jockstrap for support for anything involving running, jumping, or twisting - even without direct hits - track, basketball, soccer, etc.
yea everyone does that. its cool
It's definitely a good idea to wear a jockstrap, for any sport with a lot of running like that, to keep your genitals in place and prevent testicular torsion.
in sports it doesnt matter in like gym class it does , you could get made fun of . so play it safe and put a pear of boxers on ontop of the jockstrap
Depending how they fit, you might want to. Sometimes the legs are tight, but they don't really support your genitals - a jockstrap is designed to keep them in place better.
If there's a chance of getting hit in the testicles, boys should wear a jockstrap and cup, regardless of age. Boys should also wear one for support when running or working out, especially once puberty starts and they start developing more.
Nothing at all--it's not a big deal.