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Size Chart Back Support Belt

CM 70-83 84-92 93-105 106-115
IN 27.5-32.5 33-36 36.5-41 41.5-45
The circumference of the widest area is measured: (*See image)
Men: Waist
Women: Hips
*Note: If after measuring you are between two sizes, choose the larger size

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What are the uses and benefits of the sports lumbar support brace?

What is it for?

  • Swelling: This garment serves as a retaining wall to keep post-operative and minor physical injury swelling under control. In the case of severe injuries, it is best not to use the lumbar support garment on its own so as not to hinder the natural inflammatory process.
  • Acute or chronic pain: by keeping the temperature in the back stable, compression increases blood flow, which reduces chronic pain due to injuries. This therapy will allow the transmission of nutrients throughout the body, even in the area where the person feels the discomfort.
  • Sciatica: the back support allows to reduce the movement in the back, this will prevent less pressure on the nerve root of the lumbar area. When there is less pressure, the nerves regenerate and it is possible that the recovery is more effective because when a nerve is damaged, it is necessary to go to surgery.
  • Lumbalgia: in this injury, the back belt serves to prevent the muscles from completing their job of stabilizing the lumbar area. It facilitates the work of the muscle fibers and makes the load less, remember that all tissue needs to be at rest to avoid future recurrences of the same injury.
  • Herniated disc: when a disc is displaced, the belt contributes to the least possible amount of sudden movements. It helps to keep the disc in place and prevents the disc from deforming, in these cases it is necessary to remove it and place a substitute of biocompatible material.
  • Inguinal hernia: it will protect the membrane that covers the intestinal and urinary area, the back belt covers almost the entire waist and will only leave part of the groin exposed in both men and women. It will avoid the overload of work in the tissues located in that area and the pain of walking will not be so intense.
  • Muscle contractures: if you need to keep active, the lumbar belt will reduce the tension load on the muscles and maintain a temperature according to their recovery. When cold therapy does not work, then the heat makes the fibers relax and you will feel the tension decreasing.
  • Tension in the back: tension is energy accumulated by fatigue, the lumbar braces keep the muscles compressed to reduce excessive involuntary movements. If you are not used to using it, remember not to tighten the lumbar brace too much so that blood continues to flow.
  • Overload injuries: this belt will prevent the spine from suffering from lifting excessive weight, without the body being prepared. It serves as a preventive tool, although if you help with your legs when lifting the heavy object, you will see that the back works less and you take better care of it.
  • Contusions and trauma: internal hemorrhages, bruises and edemas are easier to control when there is compression by means of lumbar belts. These keep the muscles well grouped and at a temperature that will help them avoid the characteristics of trauma.
  • Postoperative: after surgery, the use of back supports is recommended to keep organs and tissues in place during the healing process. It is also a useful tool for proper healing because it prevents the skin from moving and opening, which implies the loss of stitches.

What are the benefits?

  • Support and stability: one of the central functions of the support is to prevent unbalanced movements that affect the integrity of the vertebrae and intervertebral discs. Remember that the vertebrae are separated by the discs, but in reality they are individual pieces with articulated movements between them and that efforts should always be made to keep them together.
  • Compression: the force exerted by the back support belt helps to maintain a correct and firm posture, which helps the muscles and soft tissues not to overwork. They are useful for any area of your life that requires bending, stooping and twisting of the trunk.
  • Pain relief: Severe pain is reduced when body temperature rises and remains constant. Regulating blood flow to the lower back muscles is part of the process of relieving pain and inflammation, both of which are associated when an injury occurs.
  • Injury prevention: In your workday, if you need to twist, stand or sit for long periods of time, it will help you better distribute the workload on your back. In the sports world, help to support the demands of the discipline you practice.
  • Improves postural hygiene: walking, sitting and standing are actions that we often do incorrectly, this back support helps keep the spine straight and protects the spinal cord from compressions that can alter its function. When the spine is deviated, it can adopt that posture for a long time and cause more injuries.
  • Reduces tension: if muscles are overstretched, high tension builds up in them, so back supports belt reduce muscle workload. These garments take care of the flexibility and elasticity of the lower back muscles.
  • Accelerates recovery: after a mild or moderate injury, the lumbar support reduces involuntary movements that compromise the damaged structures. They provide the necessary rest for the back; when the back does not relax, there will be no possibility of a better recovery from the injury.
  • Minimizes vibrations: with the back supports, the probability of cramps decreases, which generate vibrations in the fibers and activate them to the point of generating significant wear and tear. Any movement of rotation or inclination will cause the fibers to vibrate with the stretch.
  • Maintains body heat: The material of the back belt should allow to increase the temperature without sweating, this is because they are made of breathable fabrics, but have the ability to increase and maintain proper body heat.

When to use?

  • Daily life: this back support will help you to modify your posture in your daily life; however, no type of support should be used daily or all day long, since when the back brace is used in excess, it ends up causing permanent problems in the circulation.
  • Work activities: they are excellent to help people who stand or sit all day. In addition, they reduce muscle work when lifting heavy objects. They can also be used when you have a minor sports injury and need to remain active in your day-to-day dynamics.
  • Golf: reduce the tension in the spine during the swing or hit the ball. It prevents repetitions of this movement from causing injuries. With experience and over the years, hitting the ball can cause problems such as disc displacement and spinal cord compression.
  • Running: the support maintains stability in the back in each stride when jogging or running, prevents the organs suffer with the imbalance of the spine. Lumbar supports protect the internal abdominal organs from the shock of jogging for long periods and stretches, it is not advisable to wear a support in all races.
  • Cycling: it corrects the irregular postures of the cyclist when an injury forces an unbalanced work of the back and hip. It also protects the lumbar area because of the weight that it lumbar belts the whole body in an inclined position, when the back has a support, the work of the legs is better.
  • Yoga and gymnastics: prevent injuries and intense postures hinder the natural movements of yoga and gymnastics. It serves best as a corrective tool, since it is not recommended to use back braces when practicing these sports professionally.
  • Tennis, badminton and racket sports: they help the back to relax when the player finishes an exhaustive training or ends a match with a lumbar injury. It is also not recommended to wear a back brace on the court to try to hide an injury, as this can lead to greater problems.
  • Crossfit, weightlifting and Fitness: lowers the probability of contractures and low back pain due to excessive weight lifting or when the athlete is not experienced enough. It also helps to maintain correct body posture for better athlete performance.
  • Climbing, hiking and mountain sports: when the weight of the body falls on the arms and shoulders, the back also tries to exert pressure to achieve balance. In case of injury, it helps to relax the lumbar muscles so that they can regenerate better.
  • Team sports: if you play sports such as soccer, basketball, handball, rugby, baseball, lacrosse, field field hockey and volleyball, among others, this training brace can certainly help you play your favorite sport while protecting your back from injury.
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F.A.Q: Frequently Asked Questions

How do I know what my sports lumbar support belt size is?

The first thing you should do is to know your waist (men) or hip (women) size, this will give an idea of the size of the lumbar brace you need. With a tape measure take this measurement and follow the indications given in the manual to know where you should measure. To know the model and size of the lumbar support, consult the table with all the available measurements that we have left above.

It is advisable to stand to take accurate measurements, avoid doing it after eating or when you feel full, that alters the measurement. Remember that if you feel a tingling in the lower back, then the back support is too tight, so having the accurate measurement will be essential to get the result you are looking for.

How to wash and care for your back and waist support?

Most lumbar support fabrics are complex to wash or clean, such as Spandex or Nylon garments. If you want to avoid damaging their fibers, we recommend that you continue reading this series of suggestions. Remember that even if the back support does not get dirty, sweat will cause bacteria to accumulate on it and the skin will suffer the consequences of not keeping this compression garment clean.

The lumbar supports should not be washed every day, you should only place them in water and expose them to cleaning chemicals only when it is necessary because there is bad odor, because it has been stained and because it is full of dust that can generate allergies.

  • Wash in cold water on delicate programs
  • Hand wash preferably
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry
  • Do not iron
  • Do not use soap with softeners
  • Do not bleach

How do I know if the lumbar support is good for me?

Throughout this article, we have left you with a series of suggestions and possible uses for lumbar braces. Check out their most common applications, depending on your day-to-day life and the benefits you want to achieve. In case of doubt, our suggestion is that you seek the belt of a specialist to find out if the use of lumbar compression garments is advisable in your case. When you have serious and chronic injuries, the use of lumbar compression garments should be indicated by your specialist. If you do not give a good use to the belt, there may be new complications and complications in the injuries already present in your body.

What is the difference between a sports brace and an orthopedic brace?

The main difference is that orthopedic back supports seek a decompression in the vertebrae of the lumbar area, for musculoskeletal reasons or for some injury, while sports belts seek to increase the athlete's performance and prevent discomfort in the soft tissues. Both models are similar, so it is quite common to get confused when buying the ideal back brace for you. Read in detail the recommendations we give you and you will see that you will be able to acquire the best product for your health.

What is the difference between a sports back brace and a slimming belt?

Slimming belts have aesthetic purposes, they shape the silhouette, help open the pores of the skin and hide excess fat in the body. There are no miracle back supports to lose weight, that should be clear. Sports back belts help to avoid injuries and to maintain a regulated body temperature. If you want to lose some weight, the best thing you can do is to use the lumbar belt while you perform personalized exercise routines for you and a proper daily diet that allows you to eliminate the calories that your body has left over.