any of you brotards looking for a good belt...good quality and cheap

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  1. deznutz

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    I have a belt I need to get rid of if anyone is interested. Inzer economy double prong pretty good. I just use belts anymore.
     
  3. Frank Dux

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    i've sent this link to a bunch of my weight lifting friends IRL :bowdown:

    i love my lever belt
     
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    werd, my lever belt is fucking amazing
     
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    I hate when people where a belt for the duration of their entire workout - god only know you need to have that belt on while doing decline dumbell curls.
     
  7. Ep

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    I know nothing about belts. What lifts are they most useful for? Squat and deads?

    Are they useful at all weight levels or more useful for just heavy low rep lifting where form may be compromised?

    found an article. seems helpful

    http://sportsmedicine.about.com/cs/strengthening/a/aa060201a.htm

    says primarily for military press, squat and deadlifts. Sucks, because military and squat build core strength. Maybe just use them for deads then... it also says to take it off between sets
     
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    double prong belts blow
     
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    yea but if you're not wearing them over gear it's not a big deal and for that price it's hard to pass up
     
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    a belt is used to help you lift more weight...they do not protect against injury...
     
  11. Frank Dux

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    Ronnie wore his belt all the time when he worked out to help make his stomach smaller.
     
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    Suggested to him by Joe Weider.

    There's an interview with Ronnie out there that says that.
     
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    makes sense. smaller core muscles due to atrophy leads to a smaller waist.
     
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    What's the brand of your lever belt Dux?
     
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    Where yall pl'ers get your high top chuck t's?

    im bout to splurge on a belt as well, but fuck double prongs. I got one sitting in my room that was given to me for free, and It's such a POS I won't even wear it. Should I cop the lever one?
     
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    I know lever belts are superior to a double prong. They also cost 3-4 times more than the one I posted.

    Lets be honest, 90% of F&N doesn't need a 100+ dollar lever belt.
     
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    who does? I prefer pronged belts to lever belts.
     
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    The single prong Elite one I have digs into my upper thighs when I squat.

    Am I doing it wrong? too fat? both?
     
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    kit99bar USPA Class 2, weak, old man!

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    Looking to get a belt now, any suggestions?
     
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    kit99bar USPA Class 2, weak, old man!

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    If you're going to get the Spud Inc DL belt, the 3-ply is the way to go.

    Personally, I would go with a lever or prong belt.
     
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    kit99bar USPA Class 2, weak, old man!

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    I stopped wearing my single prong that looks like that one.

    Mainly because I've shrunken down so much in the mid section that it doesn't do anything.
     
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    I'd rather get that one than the Spud Inc.
     
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    i have an enzer economy belt if you want to buy it, how fat are you kit?
     
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