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put kids at risk for profit? I would LOVE to see some evidence of that."One myth is that helmets prevent concussion. Though they are effective in preventing skull fracture and bleeds, and may lessen impact forces, they do not prevent concussion. Sometimes the assumption is that putting a helmet on an athlete will protect them, when it might not. In fact, if they have a false sense of security, they may play more aggressively and therefore be at a greater risk for injury. "But maybe you are right and USLacrosse is pushing a pro concussion agenda. Surely the helmet manufacturers eyeing huge profits would be touting the concussion prevention of their products."warning: The SG360 is not a helmet and will not protect players from catastrophic skull, brain, MBTI Injuries, or concussions."That's obviously absurd. Also, I don't think that US Lacrosse or any of the other anti helmet folks are being motivated by money. I think what is motivating them is tradition and as the French say vive la difference. I think that most of the folks who oppose the use of helmets in women's lacrosse figure that once helmets are introduced the women's game will necessarily evolve into something that isn't discernible from the men's game similar to the relationship between women's and men's ice hockey.Is it probably true that women's lacrosse will become almost the same as men's lacrosse after the introduction of helmets? Probably. Is that a good enough reason for straight forward safety measures to take a back seat? I don't know.

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the real concern is. Getting enough girls to play because they like the fashion of it? Keeping it distinct from the men's game?You are certainly entitled to your opinion but in this case your opinion is not supported by the research. And drawing comparisons between USLacrosse and the tobacco industry is a poor attempt to cast doubt on the motivations of USLacrosse. Are you suggesting that USLacrosse is misrepresenting independent research (they fund none of their own that I am aware of) to Nike Zoom Crusader All Star

much of a grasp on the girl's game). Perhaps I am irresponsible in posting my opinion.One thing that I naturally assume is that once the gals start wearing helmets their game will necessarily evolve into a fully padded affair similar to men's lacrosse. Men's and women's lacrosse would then resemble men's and women's ice hockey in their respective degree of similarity.From this point forward there could very well be more unintended consequences:Would less girls end up playing? That is would the sport contract in popularity and prevalence due to rule and fashion changes?Would the type of girl that is attracted to the sport change? Would they be less feminine? More feminine?Could the added contact by itself cause increases in the testosterone levels of the girls that play? Could the added padding cause decreases in testosterone levels?Personally I agree with the concept that if taught, played, coached, and refereed properly, the injury rate shouldn't be that high. That being said, there has been a huge explosion in popularity and we've all seen the coaching gap filled by well meaning but misinformed parent coaches who likely have crossed over from more violence oriented helmeted sports.I'll admit watching some games I have winced and wondered how the women's game manage to not have a extremely high injury rate. The game is about finesse, and should remain so.I have two young daughters, I hope they get involved. By US Lacrosse's own admission one of the reason's that they oppose the use of helmets in women's lacrosse is "cultural". Culture hardly seems like a good reason to unnecessarily put young people at risk for head and eye injuries. Furthermore, "culture" in this context could be interpreted as sexism or even misogyny.Also, the whole argument that wearing helmets will encourage rougher or more reckless play seems flimsy at best. By the same reasoning eye protection and mouth pieces should never have been mandated.I wonder what Womens Nike Metcon Trainers

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Florida Mandates Helmets For Girls Lacrosse

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Every time I think about this issue I always kind of wonder whether governing bodies such as US Lacrosse aren't putting themselves at legal risk by so adamantly opposing the use of helmets in the women's game. By US Lacrosse's own admission one of the reason's that they oppose the use of helmets in women's lacrosse is "cultural". Culture hardly seems like a good reason to unnecessarily put young people at risk for head and eye injuries. Furthermore, "culture" in this context could be interpreted as sexism or even misogyny.Also, the whole argument that wearing helmets will encourage rougher or more reckless play seems flimsy at best. By the same reasoning eye protection and mouth pieces should never have been mandated.I wonder what the real concern is. Getting enough girls to play because they like the fashion of it? Keeping it distinct from the men's game?I don't know the girl's game. I am a boys official and coach as well as team and state level admin.I thought USLAX number one priority is Nike Kyrie 1 Low player safety (It is on the boys side imo). Safety should trump ALL other considerations. They took out most of the hard hitting on the boys side this past year. then there should not be an escalation in physicality from where it is now with the addition of helmets.In the USLAX rebuttal to the Florida mandate, they used the word irresponsible. In my opinion, USLAX needs to look in a mirror when using this word. I am not saying helmets absolutely should be a necessary safety requirement since the data so far has not proven the case unequivocally. However I have to question the motive behind using the word irresponsible. Seems like Florida Association viewed the data and deemed it appropriate to require helmet use next year. Other associations have looked at the data and chosen to go the other way. Since the data is inconclusive./rant (from guy who doesn't have Nike Lebron 11 South Beach Release Date

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