What are the most underrated fitness tips?
Learn how to do a valsalva maneuver with and without a belt.
This is similar to a "learn how to breathe" tip but it's more specific.
A Valsalva maneuver is the act of inhaling air, and then forcing an exhalation with a closed airway. Basically blocking off the air inside of you and creating intraabdominal pressure.
This can be done with a belt to great effect (both for added safety to your back and increased poundages because you can brace your core against the belt)
But it's also important to learn how to do without a belt. You don't want to wear a belt for every lift you do, doing so sacrifices core work during the course of your workout. So learning to breathe properly like this can help your lifts both by increasing the weight you're able to do, but also getting the added benefit of more core strengthening.
Lots of people wear lifting belts, but a minority of lifters really know how to properly use one.
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