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Best Dip Belts

Updated December 2018
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    Dip belts give serious weightlifters the support they need to work with larger weights. You can choose dip belts made from either leather or synthetic materials. A leather dip belt will give you a higher level of support than synthetic belts. The leather model also will last longer, standing up well to repeated use. Some people choose padded dip belts. If you find when weightlifting with a dip belt that the belt’s edges dig into your skin, a padded belt works well. As a general rule, larger and thicker dip belts can help you handle greater amounts of weight on the bar. If you’re just starting with a dip bar, a smaller, cheaper dip belt should meet your needs. Some dip belts are made for cleaning in a washing machine, which will be a convenient feature.

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