Because of injuries to sportsmen during various sporting activities, safety standards have been set by government, national health & public health organizations to identify risks and safety gear required in particular sports, whether action or high contact sports, to reduce risk of injuries which can be caused. Sportsmen that compete professionally or as part of employment are protected under professional safety and health standards. While engaging in any sport, it is better to take advice from professional sportsmen.
Safety gear may include helmets, shin guards, face protection, grappling training gloves, headgear, safety mats, pads and guards etc.
This is one of the most important equipment for sports people. In order to protect them from head and brain injuries which can be caused because of various reasons, it’s very important for cyclists, boxers, cricketers, footballers etc to wear it while playing. The fit of helmets is different for everyone.
It includes eye-wear for various sports which can protect eyes from radiation and other impacts. Human eyes are very sensitive and needs to be protected very carefully. In order to stay safe, eye protection gear must be used which is designed differently for each sporting activity.
Mouth Protection Guards
Facial bones must be protected while playing. Fractured bones are common amongst various sportsmen whether they play football, cricket, boxing, racquet sport etc. Mouth protection is a serious requirement for all these sports where collision and trauma may be very high. These face guards should fit the mouth perfectly, should be durable.
According to the sports you play pads, guards and straps should be worn to reduce the risk of injury to hip, thighs, wrists, knee, ankle, shin, arms, legs etc. Guards are different for everyone, depending on the type of sport and the expected injuries. Shin guards are worn usually by cricketers to protect the shin from rapid contact by the cricket ball. Knee pads protect from the damage to cartilage and knee joint. Thigh pads are worn in cricket to prevent ruptures or severe bruising to the thigh muscles. Elbow pads are often worn in racquet sports too.
Month of June is called as the National Safety Month. We are concerned about the safety and have launched Safety store for everyone. You can have a look and buy the Safety gear for the sport you follow from there. Be Safe, Stay Safe!
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