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I have a home gym with no trainer. It was all good till last week during weightlifting I think I got a slip disc. My back hurts. Should I use [url]https://tenthsports.co.za/product-category/gym-fitness/weight lifting belt[/url] to avoid such situation?

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How about introducing yourself first then post an advertisement so you don't get banned for not following the rules.

But, yes you should wear a belt on your heavier lifts.

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How about introducing yourself first then post an advertisement so you don't get banned for not following the rules.

But, yes you should wear a belt on your heavier lifts.

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Haha. I seen the link and instantly pulled the hammer back.

Yes, if you are lifting more than your back can handle you should wear a belt.
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Or maybe you should get a proper diagnosis
If it is a herniated disc, then lifting would be something you want to avoid for awhile.
I would consult a qualified medical professional to determine a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.
Never take back pain lightly.
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