Five basic sports safety gears across several sports.

Sports safety gears and equipment may sometime looks clumsy and odd out of fashion, but using a proper safety gear for a sport, is the most essential aspect to protect the sportsperson from serious physical injuries and accidental mishaps. In order to accomplish a healthy game maintaining a good sportsmanship devoid of any sour incident, safety gears are highly recommended for the athletes to put on at the time of play.

These gears which differ from sports to sports act as a life-savior for a million of athletes across their playing career.

In a bid to avoid any physical injuries to the athletes while playing matches, the government highlights probable safety measures for the participating athletes in different forms of sports.

The article tries to focus in those items which play an integral role in shielding sports persons across several facets of sports:

Helmets

Helmets being the most demanded safety gear is widely used across several forms of sports including, cricket, football, cycling, skiing, motor sports and other outdoor sports.

Helmets for sports

Designed precisely to ward off any accidental head-on collision, the helmet presents a quintessential example of sports safety gears. As different sports demand different safety specification, these helmets are designed and tested accordingly. For instance a cricket helmet can’t be used in hockey and ice-skating.

It is recommended that the head safety gear should match the size of an athlete’s head, so that to prevent him  or her from any physical damage.

Protective Eye-wear

Another major sports gear entity, Protective Sports Eye-wear are highly recommended to be used in adventurous sports including snowboarding, skiing, cycling and rowing and kayaking.

Protective Eye-wear

These adventurous sports eye-gears are made of 3-mm poly-carbonate lenses with ultra violet filter protecting the sportsperson’s eye from harmful radiation. In the game of cricket, Wicket keepers use protective eye-wear to protect themselves from getting hurt by the cricket ball. Besides, these eye wear gears are also being used by the athletes from the sport of tennis.

Face Protection and Mouth Guards

In the sports of cricket, hockey, baseball and other where hard solid balls are being used, there is a huge chance for the athletes to get hurt on their face with the accelerating balls.

Face Protection and Mouth Guards

In addition, in the combat kind of sports, including boxing, MMA Karate and other forms of martial art, face guard gears are highly recommended to avoid any defacing knock on this important part of the body which is your head and face. Marking boxing, hockey, rugby, and squash, cricket and others as the most vulnerable kind of sports where body parts like teeth, gums, jaws, tongue and cheek can be  a soft target, these face protection gears are a must-must thing to check before a match. These mouth guards should fit the moth approximately for a proper carefree sporting in the field.

Pads, Guards and Straps

In sports like Hockey, Rugby, Cricket and football, where players get contact to each other and hard balls at the time of game, pads and guards should be used by the athletes to avoid any injury in shoulders, elbows, arms thigh, knees, shins and ankles. The Guards which ranges from hard plastic to soft padded gear, shield the body parts of a sportsperson from getting any sprains and fractured at the time of sport.

Pads, Guards and Straps

In the game of cricket, shin guards are being used to protect the shins from rapid contact with the hard ball.

Knee pads are used to protect knee joint and severe damage to the cartilages, shoulder pads help to protect and support shoulder joint to reduce any accidental mishaps on the field. Similarly, there are other guards available in the market, which protect specific group of muscle from getting ruptured including thigh pads and elbow pads.

Protective Clothing and Footwear

There are some safety sports gear and footwear which are specially designed for a particular sport. Take instance of the sport of soccer, where players are equipped with sports cleats with spikes, especially designed to curtail the risk of getting injury from falls in the field.

In the same way, for sprinters like Usain Bolt and others, the running shoes are precisely designed to optimise pronation and minimise overuse of feet and ankle joints. In the adventurous sport of cycling, athletes are given cycling shoes that shield the feet from getting any strain allowing them to complete a safe circuit with swift pedalling.

Disclaimer:

The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as a health advice. We would ask you to consult a qualified professional or medical expert to gain additional knowledge before you choose to consume any product or perform any exercise.

Abhinav Mallik
Author

A Journalist who has been working for B2B segment for almost half a decade. He has developed a knack of writing deliberate reports on indigenous market leaders across different sectors like health, fitness and sports goods manufacturing. He developed a discrete interest in covering business reports including business events, expos, and trade fairs.

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