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Excerpt: I've decided to get a lifting belt, and i was wondering which brand is most comfortable/effective. Thanks!

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    Lifting belts

    I've decided to get a lifting belt, and i was wondering which brand is most comfortable/effective. Thanks!

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    Weider

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    i have an inzer from years ago...but i dont use it. it was nice though, the first few times i used it.

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    inzer- bit pricey but worth it.

    personally, i would onl use a belt for Me attempts

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    Bob's Belts used to be good...are they still around?

    Mine is an Inzer that I bought used from a friend... I've bought another Inzer for someone else and it was NICE.

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    I'll be getting the inzer buckle belt. I found it for $62 which isn't all THAT bad. Will be well worth it.

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    i still use this 20 yr old leather Everlast that my cousin had laying around.....I like it.....

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    I have an Inzere two prong 13mm comp belt. Damn stiff but great for max effort stuff. Check on monstermuscle.com.

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    Do belts detract from erector training?

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    What ever the brand look for the stitching, and a seamless roller to be advertised on the better belts. I prefer a single prong belt-easier to deal with when walking up to the bar and geeked up on life.

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