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Valeo 4-Inch VLP Performance Low Profile Belt With Waterproof Foam Core And Low Profile Torque Ring Closure
|Price:||$15.95 - $59.95|
- MAXIMUM COMFORT & SUPPORT - Waterproof memory foam core conforms to the body for maximum comfort and superior support. Brushed tricot lining and soft bound edges provides comfort against the skin
- LOW PROFILE TORQUE RING HOOK & LOOP CLOSURE - Locking closure easily adjusts to the perfect fit to lift with confidence
- STABILIZE YOUR BACK & REDUCE STRESS - Alleviate pains, reduce muscle stress, protect yourself against injuries, and stabilize your spine
- DESIGNED TO HELP YOU LIFT MORE – SAFELY: 4 inch uniform profile weight lifting belt is designed to evenly disperse abdominal & lower back pressure increasing your stability during your lifts
- HAND WASHABLE
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Low profile torque ring closure system2” wide woven polypropylene closure and support strap surrounds the entire beltSoftly bound edgesBrushed tricot liningFlexible, durable closed-cell foam coreWashable
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If you want to get this belt, I would recommend the following:
1. Measure your waist. Do NOT use your jeans size. Jeans are vanity sized, and chances are that you are a bigger porker than you realize, so measure your actual waist. Personally, I wear size 31 jeans, and I have a 34 waist.
2. Add another inch to account for clothing. You will wear this belt over, not under, your clothes.
3. So when all is said: 34 in. waist, plus 1 in. for clothing, put me at 35 in. I went right to Large, and the belt fits. If your final measurement is 34 inches or greater, go with Large. If it is 33 inches or less, go with Medium. If you need a Small, you are probably a woman or a hobbit.
As far as sizing goes I went based on a previous review entitled "some info on the sizing" and that didn't work for me. I buy jeans from express/gap with a size 34 waist and the Large was WAY too large. Bearing that in mind, I haven't actually measured my waist, but the medium fits me perfectly.
Also, I think this bears stating - a weight belt is not and should not be a crutch to lift ridiculous amounts of weight. Leave your ego at the door. Some people read articles that say lift heavy, well "Heavy" doesn't necessarily mean a lot of weight. you can achieve "heavy" through volume at an appropriate weight and preserve the health of your joints (as well as avoiding strains and tears). Squatting 225x12 with perfect form is going to feel heavier and do way more for your muscles than 315x3 when you have to compromise form.
This belt is far more flexible than the traditional powerlifting belt, allowing it to bend and conform to your body. It can touch your hips and ribs without cutting into them. It does not provide nearly the support of a leather belt, but that level of support should not be necessary (and may be detrimental) for beginner lifters.
The main drawback of this belt is that you cannot get it very tight, especially at the lower end of the size range. While the size "small" does fit her waist, we find that the two ends of the belt collide and prevent the belt from getting any tighter than just "snug." I suppose this problem will dissipate as she develops her "power belly."
At a price that is less than 1/5 the price of the Inzer (~$100), this belt is a great value.
The packaging on this belt is hilariously good. Instead of rolling the belt up and putting it in a small box, they lay it flat, and use a long box.