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How do you protect yourself in sports?

My right wrist achs a little after last weekend's execise. Maybe new players are always easy to get hurt:( So how do you protect yourself in sports? Is it useful to wear some kind of wristband?

I find the cotton one costs only $0.92 and looks very nice. Does it work?

http://www.opentip.com/index.php?cPath=1_4_110_387_2295_2296

Any friend who ever tried this, please give me advice. Hope you have better idea and choice, or perhaps I would take the above ones and use as sweatbands if they cannot protect my wrist very well or my wrist recovers very soon.
 

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beaway said:
How do you protect yourself in sports?

My right wrist achs a little after last weekend's execise. Maybe new players are always easy to get hurt:( So how do you protect yourself in sports? Is it useful to wear some kind of wristband?

I find the cotton one costs only $0.92 and looks very nice. Does it work?

http://www.opentip.com/index.php?cPath=1_4_110_387_2295_2296

Any friend who ever tried this, please give me advice. Hope you have better idea and choice, or perhaps I would take the above ones and use as sweatbands if they cannot protect my wrist very well or my wrist recovers very soon.
lol R-Star.

Dude, what sport do you play and how old are you? And sweatbands/wristbands won't protect your wrists. When I sprained my wrist once in football and once in basketball, I had to wear a wrist brace/splint. And if you dont know what a wrist brace/splint looks like, its one of these:
 
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