Synergee’s Weightlifting Belt is an indispensable tool that provides support to your abdomen and lower back during lifts. Evidence from scientific, peer-reviewed studies shows weight belts cue your body to brace yourself for lifting heavy; to breathe in deep and hold it to cushion and stabilize your spine with intra-abdominal pressure.
Each belt offers 3” of support in the front and 5” in the back. Cinch it closed with a steel buckle and fasten in place with Velcro. The easy-to-adjust design makes it quick and simple to put on and take off the belt for multi-modality workouts. Plus, it allows you to conform the belt to your waist perfectly, rather than being restricted to pre-set belt holes.
The Nylon material and inner padding provides the right amount of support, while remaining malleable enough to fold or roll-up into your gym bag. This design offers a greater range of motion than leather belts. It is perfect for athletes that train using dynamic movements: power and Olympic lifting, kettlebell and dumbbell work, and more.
Available in 3 sizes: S (28-32”), M (30-34”), and L (32-36”)
Note on sizing:
Only the right size belt will provide you with support. The belt will fit around your waist below your ribcage, so measure for size accordingly. Do not use your pants waist size.
Weightlifting Belt Size Chart
Weightlifting Belt Specs
|Front Support (inches)||3”|
|Back Support (inches)||5”|
|Warranty||1 Year - Manufacture Defect|
1All Around Support
Our 5” Nylon belt offers support and flexibility for dynamic, multi-faceted workouts. The Velcro fastening makes it fast and easy to take on and off before, throughout, and after workouts so you can use it when needed.
Our steel buckle and Velcro fastening allows you to cinch the belt to the perfect size, rather than forcing you to fit within predetermined belt hole options.
3Get after those Gains
The Synergee Weight Belt gives your body the cue to engage critical muscles and maintain a strong core during heavy lifts. This helps you avoid injury and crush PR’s!
It’s A Tool, Not A Crutch
When used correctly, weight belts are awesome tools that help you maintain proper form and recruit large muscle groups to execute heavy lifts like a badarse. However, belts are not magic and they don’t create good form for you. They also won’t save you from injury if you are not lifting properly to begin with. And even though they look and feel great, you shouldn’t be wearing them the whole time you’re working out (i.e. when you are on a bike, doing pull-ups, or other movements that aren’t heavy lifting).
Use your weight belt when needed and don’t use it as an excuse to avoid strengthening your core and lower back. Treat it as a tool to help perfect movements and test PR’s – not as a crutch or a fashion accessory!
Help your belt help you by strengthening your core and lower back! Check out these exercises and T Nation’s program for building stronger abdominals and extensors.
⚬ Bar Bend - 4 Exercises to Strengthen Your Lower Back
⚬ T Nation - Stronger Abs, Bigger Lifts