The Best Weight Lifting Belt For Weighted Pull Ups & Dips

It took me years to craft the best lifting strategies to build a chiseled, well proportioned physique.

But one thing never changed. And that’s the goal of getting stronger. You must never forget the cardinal rule of progressive overload.

If I had to name two exercises that you need to focus on getting stronger at to build a great physique, I’d easily give the cake to weighted chin ups and dips.

Now here’s the problem. My strength was beginning to feel limited when using other weight lifting belts. That’s not good when trying to get as strong as possible.

This is why I set out to create the best weight lifting belt in the world.

How Weighted Chin Ups & Dips Build An Incredible Physique

Use a weight lifting belt to build an incredible back

Building a great back with the coveted V-taper is one of the most attractive traits a man can have.

And not to mention, by using a weight belt for pull ups, you will get very strong, build incredible, real-world strength, and your back and arms will look godlike.

Most people underestimate the power of only focusing on this exercise for their back. When in fact, I had to start doing weighted chin ups only once a week because my back was growing too much!

There’s no need for anything else, really. If you do too much for back, you may actually find it harder to regularly add weight and your muscle growth will stall.

Remember, less is more.

*Your results may vary. Testimonials and examples used are exceptional results and are not intended to guarantee, promise, represent and/or assure that anyone will achieve the same or similar results.


Also, by using a weight belt for dips, you’ll be able to bring your body closer to the ideal male body ratios.

Although, the biggest reason I love weighted dips is because they translate into insane pressing power!

It wasn’t until I built up to doing weighted dips with 185 lbs attached for reps when my bench press surpassed 300 lbs.

I’ve also found that it’s very easy to progress on weighted dips. Each workout you should be able to add 5 lbs to the weight belt.

Getting very strong on these two exercises alone will blow your mind. I can’t stress including these exercises into your routine enough!

All of the Kinobody Courses contain weighted chin ups and teach you how to add in weighted dips for variation. I’ve helped thousands of people build up to heavy weighted chin ups and dips and you can bet your bottom dollar they built incredible physiques in the process!

But it all starts with the proper weight lifting belt…

Here’s Why The Weight Lifting Belt You’re Using Makes All The Difference

The kinobody weight belt is the best in the world

The core reason I set out to create the best weight lifting belt in the world is because the majority of the other weight belts take your mind off the lift.

How can you focus on the exercise if the chain is digging into your legs? Or all the weight is pulling into your lower back? Other belts are fine if you’re using, let’s say 20 lbs, but when you start adding more and more weight, it becomes a big problem.

The Kinobody Weight Belt is created from extremely durable, light weight material.

The belt wraps comfortably around your waist and connects with a military grade clip. Then, there’s a separate, adjustable strap to attach the weight so it distributes the weight properly throughout your body. Making weighted exercises effortless.

Some weight lifting belts cannot even hold a lot of weight. The Kinobody Weight Belt can hold up to 900 lbs. Which is more weight than you’ll ever need.

The Kinobody Weight Belt also comes with a phone holder so you’re headphones don’t get in the way if you want to listen to music during your workouts.

I’m beyond excited with how this weight lifting belt turned out. I can’t wait for you to experience how great of a belt it is.

What Having The Best Weight Lifting Belt Comes Down To

I’m beyond excited with how this weight belt turned out. I can’t wait for you to experience how great of a belt it is.

Body weight chin ups aren’t enough. It’s only when you begin to add weight that makes them so effective. It’s when you go from doing 15 lbs all the way up to 80 lbs and even 120 lbs for reps when you notice a night and day difference in your physique.

And I challenge you to add a good 45 lbs to your weighted dips and watch your pressing power transform!

If you’re serious about making strength and muscle gains as fast as possible, I recommend checking out the Kinobody Weight Belt.


Your Kino Question For The Day: What is your biggest problem with traditional weight belts? Which feature of the Kinobody Weight Belt are you most excited about? Let me know in the comments below.