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    Portable belt to anchor person to workout machines

    I've been searching online and couldn't find any results on some sort of portable belt that can anchor you to a machine that doesn't have one. More specifically it's a decline press machine that I bought and can only do half the weight I can usually do at the gym because it doesn't have a belt and lifts me up. Would like to know if such equipment exists and what it's called.
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    I’ve used a motorcycle tie-down strap for this in my garage gym
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    Originally Posted by sera310 View Post
    I’ve used a motorcycle tie-down strap for this in my garage gym
    Thanks for the reply, you mean like trailer straps, right? I was looking into airplane seatbelt extenders because they look like the ones on the machines at gyms, but they're slightly too short with the max being 30 inches and I need at least 32 plus the reach around. Also I looked at tactical military belts and they look like a good bet with an 500 kg limit, but some reviews show that the buckle may fail and I'm not willing to take that risk with 150+ kg weight.
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    Originally Posted by Phantom008 View Post
    Thanks for the reply, you mean like trailer straps, right? I was looking into airplane seatbelt extenders because they look like the ones on the machines at gyms, but they're slightly too short with the max being 30 inches and I need at least 32 plus the reach around. Also I looked at tactical military belts and they look like a good bet with an 500 kg limit, but some reviews show that the buckle may fail and I'm not willing to take that risk with 150+ kg weight.
    These right here: https://www.amazon.com/KTM-Soft-Tie-.../dp/B00CJCSIIS

    I tried them because I have a garage full of them and when I looked around for a solution for holding my legs down, there they were. They come in pairs but for this, you need only 1. Just keep the buckle off your tender flesh and you are GTG. Next time I find a bunch of quarters under the sofa cushions I might order some leg rollers from Rogue for this, but maybe not, I am lazy and cheap.
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