Six flags today for spring break! doing a pod change and thinking maybe bottom and back might not be good for roller coasters, any ideas? other suggestions for a first amusement park trip ?

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Maybe back of the arm with a wrap band of some sort? Have fun.

For parks I find either thigh (but be careful 'cause some of the rides do have lower harnesses) or arm to be best! Have fun.

I prefer the back of my arms when doing active stuff. Managed to get through 3 days of canyoneering in Utah a couple of weeks ago without ever knocking it off my arm. I wrapped the pod in an ace bandage to give some extra protection.

My daughter likes to do her stomach for amusement parks. She feels like it's the most protected area on her body.

thanks everyone! we tried tummy and it worked really well!

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