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Old 07-01-2013, 08:22 AM   #1
Kelly Lamb
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Default Cramps from WL belt?

I recently bought a WL belt and started training with my local Oly Lifting club. I have noticed that after lifting - usually the next day - I get some pretty gnarly abdominal cramping. Is this normal during the process of getting used to the belt? Might I be wearing it too much? I loosen it between lifts, but I have put many of those lifts up for years prior to owning a belt...I bought one in past because I don't want to end up with a back injury. I've had enough with injuries these past few years! I'm going for prevention now.
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