A Newbie’s Guide to Using Weighted Vest

This is really cool! What do you think about weighted vests?

Currently, I personally don’t see the need for it because my own body weight seems to be enough.

However, it seems like they’d be useful for weighted dips and weighted chin-ups. Do you have any experience with weighted vests?
-Christian

BET TO BE FIT

Weighted Vest Guide

If you want to get serious about fitness training, consider an adjustable weighted vest. This article gives you an idea of what a weighted vest is, what they can do for you, what exercises are improved by wearing one and what to consider when choosing one.

What are weighted vests? They’re like sleeveless shirts with pockets into which you can place heavy plates, making the vest steadily heavier with each extra plate. Typically the weight added ranges from 5 to 30 pounds and is increased in increments between these.

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