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Correct support for your back when lifting heavy weights is vital. Poor support can mean chronic injury problems.

Built to support large frames
Fully adjustable sturdy design
Velcro closure
Contoured shape for comfort fit - 4 3/4" wide at the back.
Heavy duty metal loop.

Only Large Available Large = 37" - 43" (94cm - 110cm)

Delivery = £1.56 thats only £3.26 delivered
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#1
Ive voted hot as this is cheap but in general i think these are a waste of money, im not going to cause a dispute about it because a lot of people may agree and alot may not.
#2
Delivery = £1.56 thats only £3.26 delivered. So why don't you put it in the title, :As you are supposed to do :whistling:

Link: http://www.newitts.com/product/IT034263/Golds_Gym_Fitness_Belt.htm
#3
was gonna order one of these of fleabay.....and luckily saw this.......ordered Hot many thanks.......
i know its not a true weightlifting belt in a sense .........but for light training purposes it'll do....:thumbsup:
#4
Hot. Very cheap!

I would say a belt is essential gear if your going to do any serious lifting, if you don't want to ****** your lower back for weeks at a time, as I have many times and only due to minor mistakes in posture or speed while having moderate weights 60~kg (and no, im not a noob, can squat 130kg). I find its good for helping you maintain correct posture and tucking that lower back in. Though its said its good to leave it off when you do a warmup set (and of course you do do a warmup set!) as to involve more muscles to be warmed up.
#5
Geemac
Delivery = £1.56 thats only £3.26 delivered. So why don't you put it in the title, :As you are supposed to do :whistling:

Link: http://www.newitts.com/product/IT034263/Golds_Gym_Fitness_Belt.htm


thanks for the Link Geemac :thumbsup:

I put it in the description as you can pick it up at the warehouse for nothing :roll:
#6
NitrousUK
Hot. Very cheap!

I would say a belt is essential gear if your going to do any serious lifting, if you don't want to ****** your lower back for weeks at a time, as I have many times and only due to minor mistakes in posture or speed while having moderate weights 60~kg (and no, im not a noob, can squat 130kg). I find its good for helping you maintain correct posture and tucking that lower back in. Though its said its good to leave it off when you do a warmup set (and of course you do do a warmup set!) as to involve more muscles to be warmed up.


couldnt of put it better myself ..... nice price too
#7
NitrousUK
Hot. Very cheap!

I would say a belt is essential gear if your going to do any serious lifting, if you don't want to ****** your lower back for weeks at a time, as I have many times and only due to minor mistakes in posture or speed while having moderate weights 60~kg (and no, im not a noob, can squat 130kg). I find its good for helping you maintain correct posture and tucking that lower back in. Though its said its good to leave it off when you do a warmup set (and of course you do do a warmup set!) as to involve more muscles to be warmed up.


This is what i was getting at as you find some people just wear it for the whole of the workout which is not good, its bad if anything should only be used when lifting heavy stuff id say 80kg + but as it says here definately not for warm up. The reason i say its not good as your body may start to depend on it so when it comes to lifting without it your ruined :P
#8
NitrousUK
Hot. Very cheap!

I would say a belt is essential gear if your going to do any serious lifting, if you don't want to ****** your lower back for weeks at a time, as I have many times and only due to minor mistakes in posture or speed while having moderate weights 60~kg (and no, im not a noob, can squat 130kg). I find its good for helping you maintain correct posture and tucking that lower back in. Though its said its good to leave it off when you do a warmup set (and of course you do do a warmup set!) as to involve more muscles to be warmed up.


I don't want to sound harsh, but reading that makes it seem like you need to train your core a lot more.

The deep core musculature is your body's own natural weight belt. TVA, Multifidus, pelvic floor and diaphragm, when working to their potential, will protect your spine. People that think about their posture will be fine with the belt (and more likely will be fine without), but I fear that too many users will assume that by using one they are protected and will end up injured.
#9
Geenius
I don't want to sound harsh, but reading that makes it seem like you need to train your core a lot more.

The deep core musculature is your body's own natural weight belt. TVA, Multifidus, pelvic floor and diaphragm, when working to their potential, will protect your spine. People that think about their posture will be fine with the belt (and more likely will be fine without), but I fear that too many users will assume that by using one they are protected and will end up injured.


Yeah I definately agree you can't beat a solid core for preventing injury, but even the most solid core wont protect a spine from 100+kg bareing down in the wrong direction, which I think a belt is really meant for, i dont use one til i start hitting 80+kg. I havent had any injuries for years now, bar minor muscular ones from overtraining, which i think is due to a combination of very careful posturing (mirror helps!), movement execution (learnt the hard way!), and a very tight belt, as I find if my lower back starts to bend out a little, i can feel the belt tightening on my stomach, so its a reminder to tuck those vertabrae in. Now my spine can happily handle 160kg deadlifts without complaining. Your right tho, my core did need developing those years ago when I had a few injuries, but my problem was that I had a posterior disproportionately strong, coupled with a fast twitch muscle disposition, and an overly zealous temptation to drive heavy weights rapidly in the early weeks of my training.

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