Testicles

How do you wear a testicular guard?

Testicles 

Testicle or testis is the male reproductive gland subjective to sperm ejection and regulating androgens. The whole male hormonal behavior is the sole proprietary of the testicle glands. These glands are settled in a loose sac that hangs behind the penis, in the groin area. The sac contains two balls corresponding to two testicle glands, one left and one right. The testicles are case sensitive and the pain caused due to any incident or accident is uncontrollable. The most common incidence affecting testicles is skin-related as the area is settled at a sweating position. 

Testicles are the source of fertility in men. The whole body nerve system is connected to testicles, and severe pain or damage that occurred in the groin area could lead to death, too.

As the testicles are the defining term to the male reproductive organ, any disorder observed in the groin area is named after testicles, primarily. 

Testicular guard

A testicular guard is a guard of protection out over the testicular cavity in order to keep it safe from any chances of outside attacks during sports or outdoor games especially.

For supposed cricket, Batman stands in the crease looking for a ball thrown from the other end of the crease. A fast paced ball comes with an utmost speed that the batman must cover himself with helmet, gloves, leg pads and testicular guard foremost.

The first testicular guard was used in cricket in 1874 and the first helmet was used in 1974.

Otherwise, the ball could hit any sensitive part in the body other than just going straight to hit the bat making out an intolerable pain that could abruptly stop the match.

If a batman is guarded with testicular guard, he can go play confidently with no fear or thought of his most sensitive testicles which would greatly enhance his batting power, too.

A testicular guard most famously known as a jockstrap.

A jockstrap is an undergarment for protecting the testes and penis during contact sports, or other vigorous physical activity. A jockstrap consists of a waistband with a support pouch for the genitalia and two elastic straps affixed to the base of the pouch and to the left and right sides of the waistband at the hip.

A jockstrap material is a light and airy material such as mesh or a breathable material such as modal.

Not just cricket, many sports require the use of an athletic cup. These include fencing, martial arts, boxing, lacrosse, hockey, baseball, paintball, football and many others.

As same as testicular guard, Pelvic protectors do exist to protect female genitals.

How to wear a Testicular guard?

The major aim of wearing a testicular guard is to protect testicles that include penis and scrotum from the outside force that could hard hit the testicular point.

As testicles and the relative parts of the urinary and reproductive tract are case sensitive and prone to death causing pain, one must naturally be careful enough to safeguard from the injuries.

A testicular guard is designed enough to cover up the penis and scrotum with comfortable space provided to little bit movability alongside ventilation.

A man who doesn't have to think about his genitals is not a man. A man who doesn't care about the pain that could be generated at the testicles is not a natural human being. So, to the man's natural instinct, he would fear a lot about his genitals so does given its importance to testicular guard in the art of sports and fitness.

A man who upholds his testicular guard to his testicular point has to put a few things in mind in order to have it providing security.

First thing is to check whether the fixed testicular guard is good enough to not loosen up or down or become more tight or move away to either side during the course of play or programme.

There are two types of testicular guards. One is a waist banded testicular guard and the other one is just a testicular guard that is dimensionally fixed over to penis and scrotum without any banded support.

If the wearing is waist banded testicular guard, there is most of all no doubt of the testicular guard loosing up or moving out of order. There could only be a chance of the band getting tight on the waist reducing the ease to run or move the body.

As the waistband is elastic, there could be a chance for a tight stick up of the band to the skin or cloth put on skin causing frictions leading to rashes and irritation. Better look for comfortable materials at the griphold.