Men understand that getting hit below the belt is a very unpleasant experience. Not only is it painful, but groin injuries can be especially serious. However, with recent advancements in protective sporting equipment, modern cups are much different than they were plus years ago. What size should you look for? What materials are more protective than others?
When should a boy or young man wear an athletic cup? We all have experienced a time when a boy or man was injured in the genital area during a sporting event and we hear the crowd gasp. This is because most men know how much pain it can cause. Even women have an idea from movies, TV shows and conversations with men in their life—and from the afflicted athlete holding the area and obviously suffering. But it can trigger more than testicular painit can also cause a significant genital injury.
So boys who play footballbaseball, hockey, lacrosse and karate should probably wear a cup and athletic supporter. Protection is not as necessary for basketball, though some boys might prefer to wear a jockstrap or compression shorts during play for comfort. Compression shorts, by the way, are far more common today than traditional jockstraps. Some compression shorts contain a built-in cup. Compression shorts and jockstraps are sold according to waist size.
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