Frequently Asked Questions
A fabric gym belt is designed to provide support and stability to the lower back and core during weightlifting exercises. It helps reduce the risk of injury and enhances lifting performance.
Like all gym belts, they work by increasing intra-abdominal pressure, which stabilizes the spine and reduces stress on the lower back during heavy lifts.
Fabric gym belts are typically more flexible, breathable, and comfortable than leather belts. They provide good support without feeling too restrictive and are often preferred for dynamic exercises.
Fabric gym belts are versatile and can be used for a wide range of weightlifting exercises, including squats, deadlifts, overhead presses, and more. If you need more support, we recommend you go with leather.
To choose the right size, please follow our sizing charts
Fabric gym belts are generally suited for beginners and crossfit athletes. They provide valuable support and can help learn proper lifting form.
It's a good practice to clean fabric gym belts regularly, soak in warm soapy water and dry flat. Avoid exposing them to extreme heat or direct sunlight, which can cause damage.
No, when used correctly, fabric gym belts do not weaken the core. They provide temporary support during heavy lifts but should not replace core-strengthening exercises in your routine.
Fabric gym belts are generally safe to use, but they may not be necessary for light or bodyweight exercises. It's essential to use them judiciously and focus on proper form.
Firstly wrap the belt around your navel and fasten with the velcro. Then use the roller buckle to tighten to your preference.