Fire Team Fit Weightlifting Belt, Olympic Lifting, for Men and Women, 6 Inch, Back Support for Lifting
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- Exercise in the Gym - Fire Team Fit Weight Belts helps promote good form while lifting. Avoid injury and maximize your exercise performance. Available in Black, Blue, Grey and Pink.
- Work Out with Confidence - Feel and look your best while promoting safe weight lifting technique.
- Lightweight Contour Design - This belt is designed to support your back while providing you the mobility to perform multiple exercises. Not only can you Bodybuild using the weightlifting belt, but it is ideal for exercises such as Back Squats, Power Cleans, Dead Lifts, Clean and Jerks, Overhead Squats and much more.
- Abdominal and Lower Back Support - Unlike a leather belt with a predetermined set of holes, the velcro support strap gives the ability to adjust tightness for the desired comfort and support needed for leg and core body exercises.
- Use for Powerlifting and Olympic lifting - The Weight belt provides great support for a variety of exercises.
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- $1 of each weightlifting belt sale will go to Marine Combat Veterans and Marine Special Operators transitioning back to civilian life through the work of the Raider Project.
- The Raider Project is a program of the GallentFew, a non-profit organization whose mission is "To facilitate a peaceful, successful transition from military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose."
- As a veteran owned and operated business, Fire Team Fit wants to support those who protect our freedom.
- Purchasing the proper size weightlifting belt is a key component to it's functionality.
- Make sure you measure tightly around your mid-section starting and ending at your belly button
- DO NOT USE YOUR PANT SIZE unless you wear your pants over your belly button.
- If you are in between sizes, it is usually best if you go with the smaller size.
How To Use Your Fire Team Fit Weightlifting Belt
1. Start by wrapping the belt in the open, unfastened position around your mid-back.
The velcro strap should be in your right hand and the metal buckle should be in your left hand.
Position the belt so that it will come together over your navel, under your ribcage and above your hip bones.
2. Fasten the belt by looping the strap through the buckle. Grab the end of the Velcro, give it a little tug and pull it towards the right side of the weight belt.
3. Pull the velcro strap tightly and fasten it just tight enough so that you can fit at least 3 fingers comfortably in-between your body and the belt. If you can’t move, breath or easily slip your fingers underneath your belt, it is too tight!
4. When lifting, you will exhale during the hardest part of the lift. When you do this, breath out and press your abdominal wall against the front of the weightlifting belt. This will maximize support to your entire midsection and most importantly to your lower back and typically allow you to lift heavier weight more comfortably than you might lift without the belt.
Designed to last!
Designed to Last:
Quality manufacturing, a heavy duty strap and a sturdy roller buckle all lead to a superior design, which will be there to support you whenever you need it.
Lightweight Contour Design
This belt is designed to support your back while providing you the mobility to perform multiple exercises. Not only can you Bodybuild using the weightlifting belt, but it is ideal for exercises such as Back Squats, Power Cleans, Dead Lifts, Clean and Jerks, Overhead Squats and much more.
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Top customer reviews
First off I know absolutely nothing about weight lifting. But I do know about lifting heavy objects due to being in the landscaping business for 30 + years, but that doesn't even apply to this review. Back in 2005, I got rear ended by a jacked up pickup truck while I was stopped at a stop light, I was in an old little mini van. Police estimated he was going at least 50 in a 35, and he admitted he was looking at his phone at the time of the accident, and did see I was even stopped. It messed up a hip and fractured 7 vertebra's and ruptured 9 disks, which left me with 2, 14inch metal rods and 6 bolts in my spine. Since all this has happened, I need major back / spine support just to walk. Over the last 11 years ive tried about every type of back brace that every been made, everything from the little rubber band ones with the shoulder straps and Velcro they sell at the home improvement stores, "only thing there good for is to show off your how big your stomach is" to 1 that ran me a couple of grand out of pocket. Insurance didn’t think it was a necessary need. Ive got a whole 18 gallon Rubbermaid storage container filled with what are call back braces, and all of them combined aren't worth the cost of the container there in. But this Fire Team Weightlifting Belt is an absolutely amazing. When I give a review, the items usually never get more then 3 stars, 4 occasionally, but I just cant say enough about this belt and how its help me, if I could give it more than 5 stars, I would. Right out of the package, Ive been wearing it pretty much all day, and don’t even know I have it on. In my situation, I sometimes need it in the L3,L4 area, other days I need the support in the center of my back. You can use it anywhere in you mid section, and It fists over a shirt very comfortably, and can be worn under a shirt without any signs that you even have something on. So far it has held up without any signs of the strap tearing or threads coming loose anywhere on the belt. Im talking to much here, but like I said, I love this belt, and cant say enough good about it, and have recommended it to a bunch of people I know. Keep up the great work on this belt. People have a habit of not letting a good thing alone. Don’t change a thing on this belt. Many, many thanks.
Id add a photo, but after 11 years of being disabled, just think of a pear with a rubber-band around it. You get the idea
I ordered a large belt, as I have a 34-36 waist, and unfortunately it's a little big. Which has become more noticible as I've shed a couple of pounds. If you're inbetween sizes I'd recommend going down in size. I plan on buying another belt from this company in a medium size.
I don't think you can go wrong with the quality of this belt.
I am still pretty new to heavy lifting, so I was pretty regularly pushing too hard without a quality belt and subsequently injuring myself. I had borrowed and tried other belts, and they helped some, but they didn't provide enough support for me. With this belt, though, I've been able to push harder with deadlifts and squats, as well as set a new deadlift PR, substantially heavier than my previous PR, within two weeks of training with the new belt.
The belt itself is interesting, relatively thin but sturdy, and it provides great support. I really like what I've seen of the company, too; they seem like good people, and they provide excellent customer service. I did not require as much assistance as some of the other reviewers, for whom Fire Team Fit went the extra mile to provide service, but they were very prompt in responding to my questions and offering help if I did need it.
I would absolutely recommend the belt as well as the company to anyone looking for a good, cost-effective weightlifting belt.