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    Dominion offers a 2.5 inch belt on their web site

    2.5 in Single Ply Leather Weightlifting Belts | website

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    Thank you for the Link.

    Maybe someday in the future. I‘ll see how it will work with my 4“ belt. As soon as my ribs are full back to normal I‘ll give the 3“ a new try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Donaldson View Post
    Are you (and the OP, for that matter) wearing your belt at the same hole for all your lifts?
    Ah yes. For the most part. I will have to play around with that and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Donaldson View Post
    Are you (and the OP, for that matter) wearing your belt at the same hole for all your lifts?

    Sorry. Somehow I missed your question.

    Well, its my first prong belt, so I tested a bit during the first Training. But I used the same hole for all the lifts all the Trainings afterwards. But before the Training during which I bruised my Ribs, I watches some Videos on how to wear a belt again, and I thought, that I might have my belt not tight enough. For example I dont need to use the Rack for pulling the belt tight. So I went a hole tighter that day.
    Again; I cant say if the belt didnt sat right, or if it was to tight, or if I had a form failure, or a combination of some or all. So, Ill act with caution and draw my conclusions.

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