What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Stoic Powerlifting Belt/Weightlifting Belt – 4 Inches Wide – No Taper for Maximum Support & Protection – Best for Deadlift, Squat for Women & Men (Medium, 10MM Thick Single Prong)?

A total of 5 reviews of this product on Reddit.

5 points


30th Dec 2018

$100 can get you a proper 10mm weightlifting belt on amazon. Mine is easily my favorite item I own and help me a ton though compound barbell movements

I personally have an Inzer forever lever but a prong belt would do me just fine

1 point


11th Dec 2019

Stoic is IPF approved and has a belt on Amazon

Stoic Amazon

1 point


16th Oct 2020

I have this one and think it’s great. Been using it for years. The only things that matter are that belt actually covers your abs (Im 6’2 and 4” is perfect) is 10mm thicc and non tapered. Other than stitching, I can’t see how most name brand belts differ and you should be fine. Obviously buckle type matters but that’s more a personal preference.

Powerlifting Belt/Weight Lifting Belt – 4 Inches Wide – No Taper for Maximum Support & Protection https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MTSVRL6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_T9AIFb5H040CD

1 point


20th Mar 2017

Belts can help, but it does take awhile to learn how to use a belt so you’re not likely to see a drastic immediate increase. There’s no real reason to not use a belt though, so go ahead and get one. Make sure it’s a full leather powerlifting belt like: https://www.amazon.com/Powerlifting-Belt-Weightlifting-Protection-Deadlift/dp/B01MTSVRL6/ref=sr_1_8?s=exercise-and-fitness&ie=UTF8&qid=1490017163&sr=1-8&keywords=powerlifting+belt.

Sounds like it’s time to do a 10% deload and start moving back up if you failed your sets. If you fail out again after the deload, it’s time to swap to a slower program with weekly gains as opposed to every workout gains.

2 points


9th Dec 2020

I just use this one I found on Amazon


It’s cheap and offers good support. Can’t ask for much else.