yesans by simi
yes its needed for a football player to wear jockstrap
Need? Likely. But, jock straps have fallen out of favor for compression shorts and Under Amour has become the biggie because they offer boxer jocks and other forms of support other than the bare-bottom jock straps of old.
I'd wear a cup too just because football is hard-hitting and you just never know where or when a flying knee or football cleet is going to seek-out your package.
Only if your doing contact sports like baseball, hockey or football
You should wear a jockstrap and a cup for football. Unless you want your balls crushed. I've been hit in the balls playing football without a cup and it hurts like hell. You don't want a football crashing into your nuts, or a guy tackling you and having his knee somewhere it shouldn't be.
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.
No, it is not. A jockstrap is a protective device for the genitals.
Boys can wear a jockstrap to hold a protective cup in place, which protects you from a direct hit in the genitals. Or, a boy can wear a jockstrap just for support, to keep everything from bouncing and moving while he runs or works out.
Someone playing basketball would just need a regular jockstrap, with a pouch for support. There are youth sizes available for preteens.
Yes, it is highly advisable to wear a jockstrap for support. It will keep your testicles from bouncing around when you run and prevent strain- and discomfort- on the spermatic cords
This is completely up to you. If you wear boxers, normally you will put the jockstrap over the boxer or boxer brief. If you wear briefs you can wear it over or under. Anything smaller than that you might try wearing it under. Or you can just wear it as itself. It's a personal preference. I do not wear underwear with a jockstrap.
men and women
As long as you want to
To protect their privates
You wear it the same as your underwear against your bare skin with the cup pocket facing you you can also either wear it by itself or under a pair of underwear? As an athletic, I have worn a jockstrap while running, weightlifting, playing basketball and etc. but I am no expert. I never wear underwear over my jockstrap. The jock gives you much needed support. If you are playing a sport like baseball or (American) football, I would recommend wearing a cup to protect your "boys". If you are riding a bike, I would recommend wearing a jockstrap with a soft cup.
A jockstrap would help support your genitals, and keep them from bouncing or twisting.
Yes, it would be a good idea for a student to wear a jockstrap for P.E. class, plus sports and working out.
No you don't need to wear football boots, you could wear running shoes.
you don't have to but you should
Yes. Yes he does.
Most swimmers just wear Speedo or Speedo-like swimming suits. Some swimmers wear a "swimmers jockstrap" too. A "swimmers jockstrap" has a narrow 1-inch waist-band, which is smaller than the standard 3-inch waist-band of a standard jockstrap. The narrower 1-inch waistband will not reveal the jockstrap as much and the jockstrap waist-band will stay under the swimming suit. However, male swimmers who want to show a bigger "package" may chose to wear a cup-jockstrap under their swimming suit to enhance their masculine appearance. But they don't really need the protection of a cup when they are swimming. So it is all a mater of personal preference.
When you are in contact sports such as b-ball baseball and any other time that you feel the need for some support. I wear a jock when running.