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Tips on how to use protective gears in boxing


 
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INTRODUCTION

TRAINING GLOVES USAGE TIPS

TIPS FOR USING HEAD GEAR

HOW TO USE MOUTH GUARD IN BOXING?

USING PROCEDURES FOR GROIN PROTECTOR

 

INTRODUCTION

    More then any other sport, you need to wear protective gear whenever you box as boxing is a rough and injury-prone sport. Once you wear the right protective gears, boxing can be as safe as all other contact games such as football or wrestling. Boxing gears are designed to specifically protect you from possible injuries, offer you a greater degree of comfort and boost your self-confidence.

    The safety boxing equipment generally includes gloves, headgear, groin guards, hand gear, shin guard, chest protector and mouthpieces.

Tips on how to use protective gears

TRAINING GLOVES USAGE TIPS

    You may use training gloves when you train to box and remember training gloves are different from actual competition gloves. Training gloves are more heavily padded to absorb shock and prevent injury. They also have wrist protection to enure you do not injure your hands or wrists - particularly when you throw a punch.

TIPS FOR USING HEAD GEAR

    Headgear and mouth guards are very important and you should never enter a boxing competition without them. Prevention is better than cure and never assume your safety for granted – least of all in a harsh sport like boxing. Even if you are fully aware of the opponent you are sparring against, the one thing you can never correctly anticipate is how hard and strong the blow will be. Quite often his aim may forcefully land on your head, face or body.

    Headgears are usually heavily padded so that they can absorb all the shocks and stings of punches on the head. Make sure the headgear fits well as if it is too tight, it might cause discomfort. If it is too loose, it may keep moving around you head and not protect you. There are different varieties of headgear - some that protect not only your head but also you entire face. But check that the headgear does not interfere with your eyesight and if you wish, you can select a headgear with a nose bar.

HOW TO USE MOUTH GUARD IN BOXING?

    Mouth guard is an essential protective gear in boxing as it helps you ward off injuries to the face, teeth, jaws, tongue, cheeks and lips. Mouth guard will absorb the impact of a blow minimizing chances of fractures to these facial parts. Wearing mouth protection is also found to be effective in lessening the chances of concussions due to blows or punches on the chin. In fact, it is mandatory to wear mouth guards in both amateur and professional boxing competitions.

    With regard to mouth guards, it is necessary that you maintain proper hygiene. Remember to wash your mouth guards with cold water every time after use. Store your mouth guards in a good biodegradable plastic container, and thoroughly rinse them with mouthwash before using.

USING PROCEDURES FOR GROIN PROTECTOR

    Groin protector is a critically important protective gear in boxing and it is worn to prevent damage from any likely foul strikes aimed below the belt. This protects all your vital organs like the kidneys, liver, groin and hips. Accidental blows are quite common in boxing and wearing groin protector can safeguard these areas.

    If you are a woman boxer, then choose to wear a breast protector. A breast protector goes beneath your top and absorbs the impact of any blow thrown at your breast. Because you are likely to receive many punches on the chest, they can impair the sensitive breast tissue.

    Wearing all the protective boxing gears, gaining expertise in all defense techniques and becoming conversant with all the rules of boxing will enable you to avoid injuries and emerge as a champion boxer.

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