It’s winter and there’s powder all over the mountains, so naturally a lot of people are out there skiing the slopes like there’s no tomorrow. Most of them are bundled up nice and warm, but a few hardy souls – not so much. As a matter of fact, some extreme sports enthusiasts look forward to winter so they can indulge in their favorite chill-time experience, unclothed skiing. While the thought of that may make lesser souls among us shiver in disbelief, unclothed skiing (and snowboarding) is indeed a thing – and guys participating need to take a minute to think about male organ health. Extreme enthusiasts still need to make sure they are providing their little guy (and at snowy climes, it most likely is a LITTLE guy) with proper male organ protection.
Unclothed skiing isn’t something that can be done just anywhere, of course. And while there are some places which are known for it (Obertraun, Austria; Mount Cheeseman, New Zealand; Copper Mountain, Colorado; Squaw Valley, California, etc.), anyone considering it should make sure it is allowed, wherever they choose to try it.
And in the name of male organ protection, here are some tips that male naked skiiers should take into consideration before hitting the slopes.
• The risk is higher. Remember that any sport carries the chance of some injury, and that if unclothed, the chance increases. And since the manhood is used to being hidden beneath a double layer (at least) of clothes, it is not perhaps as “hardy” as other parts of the body; how will it feel if it slams into an errant tree branch, for example? Finally, those with less experience are more likely to have a skiing accident than those with lots of expertise, meaning beginners really should think twice about this. So be sure of wanting to risk things before going ahead.
• Pour on the sunscreen. Sure, its 10 degrees out there and snow is all over the place – but winter sun can be just as harsh as summer sun. And the member, of course, is particularly vulnerable to harsh rays of sun. Ideally, use a sunscreen that is hypoallergenic and contains as few harsh chemicals or fragrances as possible, due to the delicate nature of male organ skin. But if none is available, use whatever sunscreen is around. And also add plenty of moisturizer, both before and after hitting the slopes unclothed.
• Consider when to doff the clothing. Okay, so a guy is going unclothed skiing. That doesn’t mean he has to get unclothed as soon as he leaves the lodge. Give a little added male organ protection by not disrobing until the last possible moment.
• Practice. A guy doesn’t hit the slopes without preparing, so he should include male organ protection in that preparation. Rather than wait until the day of the event to strip down, ease the manhood into the cold little by little – a few minutes the first day, a little more the second, and so on.
• Frostbite. It’s more likely to happen to a naked member, so be sure to get inside where it is warm at the earliest possible sign.
Unclothed skiing isn’t the only reason a man needs male organ protection; he should already be regularly applying a top notch male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to maintain good male organ health. The best oil is going to contain vitamin, which has antibacterial properties to help fight persistent manhood odor. Ideally, the oil should also include shea butter and vitamin E, which together combine to create a tremendous moisture shield to keep delicate member skin nice and hydrated.
Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving manhood sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy member. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.