<p>Some Jockstrap Fails That Could Be Harmful For Men
Are you aware of the reason why men’s jockstrap underwear was
introduced to men? The respective men’s underwear styles was
brought among men for the sole reason to protect and support the
manhood while involved in cycling (which was back then thought
to harm the manhood by constant paddling). However, this intense
protection can only be provided if men choose the proper type of
jock strap, and unfortunately, men make mistakes over and over
again, leaving the equipment vulnerable to all kinds of injuries.
This article talks about the various mistakes men tend to make in
choosing men’s jockstrap underwear that can be fatal in the long
1. Excluding the style from the list
This is one of the biggest mistakes a man makes by not opting for
jockstraps at all and by continuing in their traditional pair of men’s
brief underwear or men’s boxer briefs. Men, especially athletes
think that they can play a sport such as rugby or football without
having that extra layer of fabric down there that can protect or save
their manhood from getting hurt.
2. Not incorporating the functional cup when needed
Jockstraps are available without cups, but when you are involved
in rigorous activities that require protection like football, hockey,
baseball, soccer and more. The cup acts like a wall between the
manhood and an external harm. When the cup is not inserted, the
privates are bare open to any kind of harm done by the activities.
3. Not removing the cup at all
Not all the sports require the functional cup. Some sports require
physical activities like running (without being hit) and the chances
are that you might get jock itch (a common problem faced by men
who wear jockstraps) producing chafing and discomfort. Make
sure you remove it from sport to sport and activity to activity in
order to keep everything comfortable down there.
4. Loose leg bands
When the idea is to play harder, make sure you get the right fit.
From the cup in the front to the leg bands, everything should be i