Lifting Belt Size Chart

Lifting Belt Size Chart

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Warm Body Cold Mind Lifting Belts

You want a new lifting belt but aren’t quite sure how to make sure it will fit correctly? That’s okay, we got your back – literally. A lifting belt will support your back, improve your performance, and prevent injuries during heavy lifts, so you really need it to fit perfectly.

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Leather Belt for Weightlifting

Leather belts are known for being super durable, supportive, and they can adapt to the shape of your body over time, so a lot of people prefer them over any other kinds. You can do all sorts of exercises with them – Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, bodybuilding, cross-training, and general fitness training.

They’re designed for both men and women. You can get them in a few sizes (and to find the one for you, check out our lifting belt size chart just below) and in a bunch of different designs – Rainbow Triangle, Red Skull, Blue Chilli, etc. 

Warm Body Cold Mind Leather Belt Size Chart

There are a few things to pay attention to when you’re trying to determine your size, so let’s look at the table:

S28-35’’Genuine A-grade leather64’’
M30-37’’Genuine A-grade leather64’’
L31-41’’Genuine A-grade leather64’’
XL35-45’’Genuine A-grade leather64’’
XXL38-48’’Genuine A-grade leather64’’
XXXL51-52’’Genuine A-grade leather64’’

How to Measure the Right Size of a Weightlifting Belt

The most important thing is to know where to measure. Your true waist is the narrowest part of your torso, just below the rib cage and above the belly button (see picture beneath the size chart for weight lifting belt). If you’re not really sure you have the right spot, bend to one side and you’ll see a crease form. That crease is your true waist and that’s where you need to measure.

Now that you’ve located your waist, take a flexible tape measure to see how wide your waist is. Once you have the magic number, refer to the weightlifting belt size chart above and find the belt size that matches your waist measurement. You’ll need a tighter fit for heavy lifting, and a more comfortable fit for general fitness training.

Since you’re working with a leather belt, keep in mind you’ll need to break it in, and it’s perfectly normal if it feels stiff at first. Once it breaks in, it should feel snug, but not too tight that it’s uncomfortable.

Nylon Belt for Weightlifting

Nylon belts are more flexible than leather ones, and some people swear by them because they find them more comfortable. They’re made for men and women, and you can use them for a wide range of different exercises, like bodybuilding, Olympic weightlifting, and general fitness training.

Compared to leather belts, nylon ones are more lightweight and they’re easier to adjust, so you’ll get a snug fit that will still allow for a full range of motion. This is important for maintaining correct form during lifts. 

You don’t need to settle for a boring belt that looks like all others – WBCM nylon belts come in 4 colors, so if you want to stand out with a hot pink belt, you can!

Warm Body Cold Mind Nylon Lifting Belt Size Chart

Check out our sizing chart below to find the most suitable belt for your workout, taking into account the main parameters.


What Size Nylon Weightlifting Belt Should I Buy?

Consult the weight belt size chart before buying, and if you’re unsure, consult an experienced lifter. If you’re able to test out the belt on yourself before buying – even better! 

You want the lifting belt to be both supportive and comfortable. There is no point in sacrificing comfort (especially in longer lifting sessions), as the discomfort might hinder your concentration and your technique, thus impairing your overall safety.

Find your true waist size and get your flexible measuring tape ready. On the size chart, you’ll then be able to find a suitable fit. If you’re in between sizes and prefer a bit more flexibility/movement, then we suggest to aiming for the bigger size (just make sure the size is not too loose – it should still be snug without it digging into your skin)

Size of Nylon Weightlifting Belt

If you want to see all the colors and features, make sure to check out our WBCM collection page here. Just a warning – you’ll have a hard time choosing between all the designs because we really took our time to make them look unique and attractive. Of course, there are some classic options, as well, for those of you who like to keep it simple. 

Remember that the goal is to improve your performance and protect your body, so choose a belt that feels right to you. It doesn’t matter if you choose nylon for flexibility or another material for any specific benefits, all you need to do is to get it to fit correctly, and you’re good to go!

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