Why Do Football Players Wear Bicep Bands?

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Some football players wear bicep bands to give the appearance that their arms are larger than they are. Certain models contain medication which slowly penetrates into the skin to relieve pain. The trend of wearing bicep bands has increased in the past 10 years with college and professional players being the primary users. Individual teams also have bands with their logos printed on them to promote team spirit. Similar products like arm bands are used to absorb excessive sweat.
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These items are called bicep bands. They are made of a variety of materials: some are nylon, some are cotton, some are synthetic blends, etc. . Bicep bands are used to catch and
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This NY Times article title says it all "In Name of Fashion,
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The arm-bands are miniature playbooks. They have the name of certain plays and the specific instructions for the player's position. This keeps the players from having to memorize
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they are all wrong above. Mainly RBs wear them because they are used to have a better grip on the ball. it will make the ball stick to their arm better.
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