Weight Lifting Belts Reviewed
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Weight Lifting Belts Reviewed
 
Weight lifting belts have been designed to support your lower back while weight training. Whether they actually offer any real support is up for debate. Any tightly fitting belt may act as extra support, but if the result is a lessening of tension in the core muscles, the benefits of a belt may be neutralized.

However, the psychological support that weight lifting belts provide is not debatable. You can, most likely, lift more weight in a deadlift exercise than in any other and your lower back could not be in a more prone position. But, if you focus on the vulnerability of your back, you may as well forget about lifting anything more than a few pounds.

A weight lifting belt will not guarantee that you won't injur your back when weight lifing. A correct form is the only thing that can do that. What a weight lifiting belt will give you is a peace of mind enabling you to focus on the current lift. As long as you don't put false stock in a weight lifting belt, most of the advanced and experienced weight lifters look at them as a must have.

If you're a serious weight lifter, and don't mind paying extra for a professionals choice, you should consider Schiek weight lifting belts...

The creators say that the contoured design provides greater support, and although this is difficult to prove, the shape of the belt does make it very comfortable. However, a feature that does provide more support is the "Slide and Grip", velcro, fastening mechanism that is in place of a buckle. Schiek weight lifting belts are about the best around for quality and they are backed by a 2 year warranty, which is something that is not found with any weight lifting accessory.

If you're shopping on line, BodyTrends has a great stock of Schiek weight lifting belts available for all waist sizes...

Click here for Schiek belts at Bodytrends

If you're in the market for a lower priced, basic weight lifting belt, you can find affordable price ranges at OnLineSport. They offer belts starting at around $17.00 up to $25.00. A great choice from this price range is the Everlast 4' Padded Weight Lifting Belt..

Click here for the Everlast Padded Weight Lifting Belt




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