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    what belt for olympic lifting?

    currently all I have for lifting heavy is my inzer powerlifting belt that is huuuuggggee and I need something a little more refined and still supportive and functional all at the same time. What do you see weightlifters wearing abroad when competing?Also does anyone know what the restrictions are as far as belt thicknesses when competing ?
    Powerlifting

    ATG S - 370 - 335 x 4
    Bench- 280 - 255 x 3
    Deadlift-460 - 402 x 6
    Total - 1110


    Olympic lifting

    front squat - 257
    Clean - 242
    squat + Behind the neck jerk - 222
    C + J - 210
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    raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000) raffiki is just really nice. (+1000)
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    The rule is 12cm wide. So about 4.5 inches. I've seen this one a lot in US competitions.

    https://secure.mycart.net/catalogs/c...showprevnext=1

    It uses velcro, so it is easy to setup, and there is no buckle to get in the way.
    "However, the strength of the hamstring muscles is crucial to fully exploit the strength potential of the quads and ultimately the vertical force that the athlete is able to impart to the barbell." - Andrew Charniga, Jr.
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