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.
They wear a cup and protective pads
It all.depends on the girdle the one I was given for football at my school didn't have one but it all depends on the type of girdle even if the girdle has a cup spot it is still best to wear a jock strap. a jock strap helps prevent movement
a lot of colleges use the Mcdavid padded girdle. These girdle's replace the hip and butt pads, so a player only needs to wear the knee and thigh pads in their pants.
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.
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.
The girdle goes on first as it will usually have the hip and butt pads. The tights go on the outside because they're longer and have more exterior padding.
you put all the pads in it that your supposed to, and then you just put it on like a pair of shorts.
Some football pants have pads that are attached to your belt. But a girdle helps keep your pads in place, especially when you get hit hard. Think about it!
Hands down Cuzz Athletics. It is the most comfortable and protective football girdle on the market. The built in jock is great. I've worn both the padded and regular and like the padded for practice and the regular for more full-out playing.
yeahh it is necessary, not wearing a girdle leaves your hips open to helmets and anything else, the hip or side is a very frequent spot where the football player will take a hit by a helmet, plus landing on your side after getting hit or jumping for a ball is alot less painful if you have your girdle w/hip pads on. It also helps to keep your thigh pads in place if your girdle has pad pockets in them which i have found is a lot easier.
The shoulder girdle(pectoral girdle) functions as a point of flexibility. The clavicle, scapula and the humerus articulate in the girdle.
pector girdle is more flexible
The only girdle I know of what Hippolyta's Girdle. A girdle then is the same as a girdle now, they just serve different purposes. A girdle is a wide sash or belt worn at the waist. For Hippolyta, it was her symbol of authority.
The football girdle is for the hip pads & tail bone pad. It has pockets inside them for these pads. It looks like compression shorts.
You wear a helmet, shoulder pads, a girdle, thigh pads, knee pads, cleats, a jersey, and pants.
A sports girdle is an article of clothing worn under a uniform that has pockets for pads. Girdles are worn by football players and have pockets for hip, tailbone, and thigh pads. A woman's girdle is (was?) a torture device undergarment designed to reduce the apparent size of the waist and hips. It is also an archaic name for a belt.
The pelvic girdle must support about 2/3 of your total wight, the pectoral girdle just has to support your arms.
When you wear a girdle the fat is squeezed into the girdle giving one a slimmer appearance.
the pelvic girdle is massive
The pelvic girdle is appendicular.
The Girdle was called Charis
The lower girdle (in animals that walk upright) has to bear more weight than the upper girdle.