Do you have to shave your armpits in the NBA?
Yes, they do. I believe it’s because of two main reasons. Shaving your armpits decreases friction while your arms are swinging.
Do athletes shave their armpits?
Of the 4,044 men surveyed, 68 percent said they trim their armpit hair; 52 percent said they do it for aesthetics, and 16 percent said they do it for athletic reasons. (About 1 in 10 guys surveyed said they never trim their armpit hair.) … Now, you may not think it’s manly to trim your armpits, and that’s all good.
Why do athletes shave their armpits?
Because hair holds onto moisture, shaving your armpits may result in less sweating, or at least less noticeable sweating (sweat rings on your shirt sleeves, for example). Shaving may also cut down on the odor associated with sweat. Most hair is porous, meaning it’s able to absorb and hold onto sweat.
Do basketball players wear deodorant?
Depending on whom you ask, hygiene is among the most important rules in an NBA locker room. Some players enter the league with the belief showering and deodorant are optional. Seriously. That’s a far more common problem than you may expect.
Does LeBron James shave?
LeBron has been clinging desperately to his last few strands of hair for years now. While he has yet to choose the nuclear option and completely raze his scalp, he’s trimmed it about as close as he can.
Is it normal to not have armpit hair at 16?
Most people get armpit hair no matter what their genetics for hair (some get more than others). The amount of facial hair you get is determined by how much your father, his father or his father could grow. You’re a late bloomer.