Nike Structured Training Belt


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Comments(10)

Chris I have one of these and very comfortable. Bought this one for my teenage boy and he loves the comfort and support when we lift heavy at the gym.

EIU Champ I don't know about the others that gave this belt a poor review but I've used this belt for a couple of years and I love it! Someone actually just stole mine so I'm looking to get another, but I have competed in a number of powerlifting competitions and come away overall winner in the last one I competed it so I'm not sure how much heavier lifting the other reviews are looking for. This belt, unlike leather lifting belts is velcro which I was at first worried about, but it has never failed and it always gets the perfect size! I love this belt and would recommend it to anyone! Nike also makes great gloves and watches that I use when lifting, so check those out too!

UV I learned the hard way, don't buy velcro lifting belts. A lifting belt should be on uncomfertably tight, to the point you want to take it off ASAP. What it does is creates inward pressure so when you flex your core during the lift fluid pressure builds up and helps keep your spine streight. Velcro just doesn't hold up to it. When I put it on tight and pick up the weight it just comes undone. I got a suede double buckle belt now and love it, I can put up 400-500 lbs on my squats and it just holds.

Pete I learned the hard way, don't buy velcro lifting belts. A lifting belt should be on uncomfertably tight, to the point you want to take it off ASAP. What it does is creates inward pressure so when you flex your core during the lift fluid pressure builds up and helps keep your spine streight. Velcro just doesn't hold up to it. When I put it on tight and pick up the weight it just comes undone. I got a suede double buckle belt now and love it, I can put up 400-500 lbs on my squats and it just holds.

sum d00d I'm a collegiate thrower, so I do a lot of heavy lifting. I primarily use this belt when I'm squatting or doing the push press. I have a herniated disc, and this belt gives me all the support I need. I have never once had any trouble with this belt. I've had it for several months now. I feel it gives great support. The velcro still works as good as the day I bought it. I also feel that this belt does a good job of staying in place during the lift.

Richard A I have never been a fan of the thick bulky leather belts, so naturally nylon is the best choice for me, my other belt has seen better days and needed replacing. I saw this belt and I am veru satisfied with this product.

SB I personally find a conventional leather belt more comfortable and less fiddling to do. For some reason when I use this belt I end up repositioning it numerous times and such. It is sturdy and certainly does work, but not nearly as much as I have gotten from using an ordinary leather belt as far as support and comfortability is.

Joe The belt has a wide range of sizes.

The belt is easily attached but when tightened too much it is hard to remove. It does not appear to offer significant support for serious weight lifters. I would recommend a sturdy leather weight lifting belt instead of this item.

Vada Being a product developed by Nike, it should have been a more effective support solution. It looks nice and that's about it. The velcro did not hold at all - especially for heavier lifts. I've owned velcro belts in the past without any problems, but this one is driving me back to the buckle locking version.

Brian looked good in the store but in the gym it felt uncomfortable and distracting. had no problems with the velcro but maybe that's because i didn't use it long. i bought it today and im going to back to the store right now to return it today. im going to try the valeo nylon belt.



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