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Is it worth buying wristbands? Which sports scenes are they usually suitable for?

Of course, it’s worth buying. A place as flexible as the wrist is actually weak in strength and poor in stability, so it often gets injured. General wrist guards are divided into two types: strength and protection. Wrist guards have two main functions: one is to absorb sweat, and the other is to provide partial stability. The better the stability and flexibility of wristbands, the worse the flexibility. Sports such as tennis and badminton require high flexibility, so protective wristbands are only suitable for sports, not fitness. The strength type wrist guard is specially designed for fitness, sacrificing flexibility to bring support and stability, which can effectively avoid strain or hidden injury caused by weight-bearing training.


If you want to play basketball, you can wear wrist guards, knee pads and ankle guards. If you play football, in addition to knee and ankle protection, you’d better wear shin guards, because tibia is the most vulnerable part in football. A friend who likes playing tennis, badminton and table tennis will definitely feel sore in his elbow if he plays backhand. Even if he wears elbow protector, it will hurt. Experts tell us this is commonly known as “tennis elbow”. Moreover, the tennis elbow is mainly at the moment of hitting the ball, and the wrist joint will feel sore because of muscle contraction. After the elbow joint is protected, the wrist joint is not protected. Everyone knows that it needs to stretch when playing, so the elbow is easy to be injured.

When playing tennis, you also need to stretch hard. If your elbow joint feels very painful, you’d better wear a wrist guard. When choosing wrist guards, it is best to choose those that are not elastic. If they are elastic, they will not have a good protective effect. They cannot be worn too loose or too tight. If they are too tight, they will cause blood flow blockage. Being too loose is useless.

Post time: Aug-01-2022