How to build a diamond belt
In the past, many men and women had been content to simply lift weights.
They were confident and strong, but the weight lifted had been limited to a certain amount of weights, often just under six kilos.
However, now there is a new breed of lifters who are seeking to build their own customised diamond belts and use weights that have been designed to help them gain more muscle and strength.
They are the ‘triple-triple’ of power lifting, diamond belt building and weight lifting.
They have an appetite for the sport, and are willing to sacrifice muscle for the good of their bodies.
“The majority of men are not interested in lifting weights because they are not strong enough, they are afraid of lifting weights,” says Dan Kavanagh, a Dublin based trainer and author of the book The Triple-Triple: Powerlifting, Diamond Belt Building and Weightlifting.
“If you want to get stronger, you have to lift weights, which makes you more susceptible to injuries.”
The triples The trixters (sometimes called trixies or trixie) have a special breed of man who want to build or modify their own diamond belts.
They will train for an hour, four days a week and use different weights and exercises.
“I am not a diamond lifter,” says a Dublin man named Ryan, who is in his early twenties.
“It’s a lot of work and a lot to be given up for a day of lifting.”
He trains six days a month and is currently in the middle of his third training session.
“You can lift five or six kilogram weights for a week straight,” he says.
Ryan says he has been working out for about four months now, and is looking forward to the next phase of his journey. “
That’s the way I train, it’s the only way I know how to train.”
Ryan says he has been working out for about four months now, and is looking forward to the next phase of his journey.
“At the end of it, I will be able have the strength to lift anything,” he said.
The trixs are the first generation of the ‘diamond belt builders’ who are interested in modifying and enhancing their own strength training methods.
They say that they want to learn from the world’s best powerlifters.
“This generation of people is the first in the world who are going to have the opportunity to train like this,” said one of the trixes, who prefers to be called Nick.
The fact that we can lift weights with our own hands and the fact that it’s easy to do and the quality of the materials we’re using is the reason why we are able to train in this way. “
There are a lot more of us coming in.
There’s something about lifting weights that you feel so good. “
Diamond belt building is one of those things that has been very exciting to me.
There’s something about lifting weights that you feel so good.
It’s a sport that I really enjoy.”
The Triple Trix Challenge In recent years, more and more people have started to use a diamond-shaped belt as a training tool.
“People can’t really say how to build one,” says Nick.
“[But] I can tell you, I know my way around a diamond,” he adds.
“My training partners can see what I’m doing.
They can see how hard I’m working.
They know what I need to do to get to a point where I’m able to lift a kilo.”
“It makes me feel more confident, because it makes you feel like you’re going to hit the weights with the right amount of force and it makes it feel good,” says Ryan.
Nick, who also goes by the nickname “Seb”, is also interested in building a belt.
“But what makes a diamond Belt really special is the weight it can hold,” he explained.
“For me, I love the feel of it.
It feels good to lift and I like to have my body moving when I do.”
For Ryan, the idea of building his own diamond belt is exciting.
“With the belt I can keep the strength, but also the flexibility, I can use all the muscles that I have,” he continued.
A diamond belt can be bought for as little as €30, with plans to go up to €90 by the end, but most people have to make do with the small amount of weight they get from the gym. “
As far as lifting, the weight can do anything I want it to do.”
A diamond belt can be bought for as little as €30, with plans to go up to €90 by the end, but most people have to make do with the small amount of weight they get from the gym.
“Everyone’s going to ask, ‘Do you think you’re stronger than me?’,” says Alex, a powerlifter from County Kerry.
“Most people will say, ‘I have strength and I can lift anything’.” The trixties are looking to become the next