How to deal with a low blow?

I was asked this question by male students, and I didn't know what to answer.

As a girl, I didn't think about that before. I was annoyed I had no advice cause I noticed that usually male students can't handle the pain of a low blow. They just curl into a ball on the floor until the pain goes totally away.

So, do you know some advice to avoid that? I couldn't find any for now and I can't believe it
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  • You got to suck it up and punch back right in the nose

    • I agree but it looks like it is not easy pain to fight. Do you mean they could lack mental strength and tend to let the pain incapacitate them. I thought about that but I was not sure that I should tell them because I don't know how much it hurts. But if it comes from guys, I'll try

    • Unexpected punches to the gut hurts but if you see it coming you can handle it better

    • You're right, it is more like being prepared to the fact that it could happen. Obviously it can be very useful to be more attentive. So for you, nothing I can do after it happened?

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  • I think I answered one of your other questions you might remember me. I talked about how I play coed waterpolo and how it’s very common for guys to get hit in the groin on purpose. When guys on my team get hit there they always go down groaning massaging themselves there and don’t get up for awhile. Like I said in my last post pretty much everything underwater is legal.
    There isn’t really much a guy can do to deal with it but I do try to teach the guys on my team a few things to do to cope and avoid hits there. First, it’s important to note that guys are VERY sensitive in that area and it varies between guys. That and guys on my team where white speedos like this:

    a Male waterpolo player
    a Male waterpolo player

    These uniforms are great for movement but provide no protection and obviously reveal the male virtility a lot. Most guys on my team go down from hits there just because they are so sensitive I think no matter how tough you are an attack to such a vunerable dangly area of their virtuality is too much for them to bear.

    For example, I was being guarded by a girl next to my team captain who was also being guarded by a girl and I saw that he let his guard down and she basically went to town on his junk by grabbing it under the water and squeezing/twisting/clawing into it. I was being guarded and was unable to swim over to help. My tough team captain (who tbh has the exact same build as the guy in the pic) tried to fight back for about 15 seconds but pretty soon he couldn’t bear the pain and when she let go both his arms went under the water holding himself and seconds after the round ended, he climbed out of the pool and went to the ground massaging his package moaning from the damage she caused. He had basically no control over his reaction his delicate male parts had been damaged and his body reacted. This guy was a no pain no gain type. He was tough, sexy and lifted weights often but a hit to such a vunerable area will bring down any guy. He tried so hard to fight the pain I could tell he couldn’t resist it after she let go. Poor guy :( luckily he was ok after a few minutes but my point is there isn’t much coping when the vunerable male danglies are receiving damage.

    Second, I teach our guys how to avoid strikes there. We “spar” a lot in the water and I’ll fake strikes to that area to help them learn to defend it better. This is especially needed for the new players and the stronger ones that tend to be overconfident. I think the most important thing is to teach guys in sports how to avoid hits here especially in the ones I play. You can also do this with other sports and sort of train them to be aware of incoming strikes there. I notice in sports with legal groin strikes most guys are not used to having to defend themselves there at all.

    second I like to tell guys that they are still tough even if they go down. In MMA even with protection every guy that gets hit there goes down. I teach the guys on my team that even if it hurts a lot and you go down you can still recover and make a comeback. I teach them that their virtility is still a point of pride for the team and that id rather it not get damaged. I always think that it hurts a lot there for a reason and if a guy goes down it’s because his masculine areas are being damaged. My coping strategy primarily focuses on building guys confidence back after the hit. I let them know that having a sensitive area is completely normal and that they are still tough and we need them for our team. I need them back in the pool ASAP with the same confidence they had before. To cope I also try to equip them with a warrior mentality so that they don’t play in fear of a strike. I teach them that it could happen anytime and that they need to be brave and fight for our team. I also take advantage of the male psyche and tell them that they need to be brave for the girls on our team because we can’t win ourselves. This usually gives them a since of purpose and confidence. Even when my guy teammates do go down moaning looking weak after having received damage there I they always play bravely and aggressively without any fear. They are very mentally strong and I make sure to tell them this everyday to help them cope. Also building mental strength is important too. The guys on my team are incredibly tough and mentally strong they can go for a few seconds from being grabbed or kneed there but even then they go down quick after a few good strikes moaning massaging themselves

    a another good way to physically cope after a hit is ice and to massage the area. I am an friends with benefits with one of my teammates and after every game if I see him take a hit there I’ll go in private and help him massage the package which he says helps him cope with the pain some and to not be sore there the next day.

    please comment if you have questions and need some more advice I have a lot of experience in this. I have more stories too if you’d like to hear them about my teammates receiving specific types of hits to that area and their exact reaction if you’d like to know.

    • I'm surprised you still find guys to play that sport if they are incapacitated most of the time lol. And how will you win against a female team if you can't reach their testicles to get the upper hand?

    • @laraWM They aren’t incapacitated most of the time like I said in my last question we can’t win with out them. If our guys were out of the game we’d definitely lose as we’d have no muscle to compete with the other guys and to overpower the girls. It happens a few times a game but not extremely often and when they are incapacitated it’s for a short period of time. It’s rare but every once in awhile if it’s a harder hit then it’s longer. Most of the time the guys are too strong and I can’t even grab that area. It’s coed so the other teams do have a lot of girls. I compete with them by fighting rough just like I do with the guys. Girls are actually easier because we have similar strength. Girls in waterpolo play very dirty against both guys and girls. I've played in all girls leagues they also play very dirty but I don’t like it as much. Coed is fun Bc I get to touch hot guys and I like the dynamic more. The height and strength differences between guys and girls creates a different play style that I find interesting and changes up the strategy. It’s actually harder to play against guys Bc like I said strength and if I punch any other part of their body it’s like just hitting a wall lol. Guys are pretty good at defending that area they typically get hit there when they are being really aggressive or trying to throw the ball and leave their area unguarded. Typically the guy can guard his area well and overpower most girls easily. If a guy gets hit there usually they just drop the ball and are good to go again after 30 seconds or so. For example my team captain hardly ever gets hit there despite having a very large and sensitive package (I know this Bc white speedo lol very easy to see) . The last time he got hit there several games ago he got double teamed by two girls. I was just talking about some of the worse cases. It does happen a few times a game but most the time the guys are playing very well and play even better than me.

    • @laraWM I don’t see my guys as weak at all they are actually very good at the sport compared to me and typically perform better than me. Do you think you’d feel protective over your teammates at all in a sport like this? I must admit my teammates are all very fit and I feel quite smug about how hot the guys on my team are. I’m quite protective over them. I like it when my guys are able to easily control the girls on the other team makes me smug lol. I get upset when they get hit there their muscles and packages are like a source of pride for the girls on our team lol. My guys look so strong when they work out gotta be proud of them for how fit they are! :p

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  • This is a really good question and it doesn’t really have a good answer it’s hard.


    For context I helped to teach wrestling a lot and helped with the mats and stuff. Guys were basically commando in singlets and lots of them were too stubborn to where cups and claimed it effected their performance. Even though they wear gear like this:
    4ZeBq7TX4CLmujjM8https://images. app. goo. gl/FnoJd33wwxmRsBsz5First I tried to focus on prevention so if they didn’t wanna wear cups I’d try to teach them how to effectively dodge swinging accidental legs or purposeful blows. Lots of stronger guys especially think they are invincible but they have big balls so I tried to teach them not to leave their legs spread near swinging feet quite as much and to keep their hips up and away. Guys would also take grazes there a lot and just basically freeze up from the pain and then bc they froze up take a second graze or heel there and collapse in pain so I’d teach them even if they are in lots of pain to swing their hips up right after taking a graze to get their dangly bits out of harms way and if they can’t deal with the pain to collapse after they do that so at least they won’t get hit twice or take a hard bit that could hurt them so bad they’d need 5 minutes to recoup fully. but it was hard I mean there sadly isn’t much guys can do to deal with low blows there I just told them to try their best to fight through and collapse if needed when it gets to painful and try to escape from harms way. I let them know I’d always try to let the ref know and stand over them while their vunerable like that and are holding themselves. No amount of training can really prevent it tbh. One of tie strongest guys on our team and best wrestlers with a big package took an accidental heel in a match it wasn’t that hard but his junk bounced around from it and he went to the floor massaging himself for 5 minutes and I had been working with him for weeks before that on how to properly dodge and cope with the pain and the mental game but it didn’t seem to matter the pain was too great for him from a light tap and he was down. Ofc blows there are illegal but it’s normal for accidents to happen in sports. What do you tell your guys in your sports or PE? I’m at a loss I’d really like to encourage them more. The main thing I think is letting them know it’s temporary and they aren’t any less tough or athletic bc of it.

    • But yeah basically they can lessen pain by spreading their legs and massaging themselves on the floor but going down curled into a ball seems universal I was surprised too after working with the best guy on our team for so long and toughening him up with training too. he looked like he tried to fight through it but ended up curled in a ball on the floor. I saw his junk move around from the impact in his singlet so it must have been really painful for him to have it swing like that. Guys balls are just incredibly sensitive to pain it really doesn’t matter how tough he is. Afterwords we tried training again and I even tapped him there and told him to try to stand but he went to his knees and keep in mind this is the best wrestler on our team he won the regional championship.

    • I can’t send links here bc I’m not high enough XP but accept my follow and I can show you some examples of how training doesn’t seem to matter much in some videos..

    • Old question lol, but to be honest I still have no answer on it. And I didn't really understand the idea when you said they can lessen pain by spreading their legs and massaging themselves on the floor. And to my students, I usually say being hit there is really painful to guys and it is normal to be incapacitated from it

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  • What did you end up doing to help guys cope with ball shots?

    • I'm sorry but to be honest I still haven't found something that seems to work to fight that pain. Some colleagues said it is no big deal. But when someone can't get up from a hit I don't think it is no big deal. Unfortunately from what I know, as no one learnt me something useful, your best option is to stay on the floor until the pain goes away

    • Thanks anyways :( I'll stick with avoiding getting hit then and laying on the ground when I do

    • Yes of course best solution is not being hit. And you're welcome, every time an accident happens I feel bad I can't help

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