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Basic First Aid

When your dirt bike crashes you most likely crash with it. Fixing yourself is similar to fixing your bike, external damage, internal damage, and traumatic injury.  In this first aid training you will learn the basic first aid required to treat common injuries associated with motocross and enduro. As with all training, nothing compares to the real thing, so when you do find yourself in a situation where you or your riding buddy require first aid, make sure you know what you’re doing!


External First Aid Training - Black Eyes

How To Treat A Black Eye With Basic First Aid

A black eye is formed from bleeding under the skin’s surface. Usually, a black eye is no cause for concern; however, with the presence of blood, even if it’s under the skin, comes the potential of a serious injury. In this case, the serious injuries will most always involve either the eye or skull. Eye-related Injuries. Any trauma to the eye region can potentially cause hyphema – a condition in which blood seeps into the eye(s). The bleeding can occur in one…

External First Aid Training - Cuts

How To Treat A Cut With Basic First Aid

Cuts are defined as areas of damage to the skin and/or underlying muscle tissue. A majority of cuts will bleed – a very small amount on some occasions and a very large and significant amount on others. The dangers of any cut lie in three different categories: location on the body, depth of the cut, and size of the cut. For that reason, it’s always safer to closely examine and diagnose the severity of any cut, no matter the depth or size or location, before…

External First Aid Training - Insect Bites and Stings

How To Treat Common Bug Bites On The Trail – First Aid

It’s important to know that not all bug bites are created equal, and that your own body will determine how you react to a particular bite. Some bites are hardly worth noticing, while others can require immediate medical attention. It’s crucial that you’re able to distinguish the different types of bug bites and to know your personal reactions, as well as those in your riding group, to each type of bug bite…

External First Aid Training Poison Ivy Oak Sumac

How To Treat Poison Ivy, Oak, & Sumac – First Aid

Do you know what poison ivy is? Have you ever had an especially intense itch? Of course you have, don’t lie. Think about how crazy it drove you, and how you wanted nothing more than to make it stop. Remember how awesome it felt to scratch that itch and finally get relief? Now, imagine getting that same itch, multiplying its intensity by ten, and having to deal with it for two straight weeks with only the tiniest bit of relief. If you can imagine that, then you’ll…

External First Aid Training - Burns

How To Treat Exhaust Pipe Burn: Severity And Treatment – First Aid

When riding a machine powered by controlled explosions, parts will get hot. When you go camping you will most likely build a fire, which is also hot. When cooking over that fire, your pots and pans will be hot. Humanity has used fire to advance civilization over thousands of years, and fire can’t tell the difference between you and a hot dog. So always be mindful of where the hot is so you can avoid it…

External First Aid Training - Bruises

How To Treat A Bruise Based On Severity – First Aid

Everyday bruises are rarely (if ever) regarded as being serious. And nine times out of ten they’re not. But there are other factors to take into consideration ­– the major one being how you got the bruise in the first place. For that reason, it’s never a bad idea to brush up on first aid for bruises. If there is no serious injury, then you can at least help alleviate the symptoms and get rid of the bruise faster…

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