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Hello! Basically everyone is different. Have you been tattooed before? If so, you know how you heal, which helps. I refereed a double header the day after a 4 hour session on my upper arm. I had to wear elbow pads (of course). If it's on an area where your wrist guard is going to sit, I'd maybe skip...
- Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:09 am
- Forum: Look the Part
- Topic: Knee pad upgrade question
- Replies: 5
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And finally, sadly kneepads are the thing you just do need to spend high on. Cheap ones are a terrible idea. They don't do the job for the amount/intensity of input for derby. Second hand good ones is better than cheap new ones. Yup, this. Kneepads are expensive, but cheaper than new knees. I have ...
Yes! Charging. Everyone loves Charging. SO 5.16.9 - Executing a block on an opponent who is down. That's charging. In a nutshell. But executing a block doesn't just mean hitting someone: 4.1.1 - “Blocking” refers to any physical contact made to an opponent, and to any movement or placement of one’s ...
That's what I mean - I know you don't drink, but the Ref School grads will tell you that I come up with horrific enough rules scenarios when SOBERLannthrax wrote:Mags that's gonna be amazing fun considering you'll be the drunk one let's hope you sober up by marking time