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Old 07-21-2009, 09:47 PM   #1
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Default Belt or No Belt?

What is your opinion on weight belts?

I've never used one, but just ordered an EliteFTS retro belt. My reason: I want to squat over 400 lbs, and plan on using it for 90%+ 1RM or 'repping out'.

For those of you who've lifted with a belt, do you think it serves as a safety mechanism, or is it just an aide to lift more weight?
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