Yes. You can use a back brace for squats. A brace can lessen strain on the lower back, ease existing back pain, prevent damage, and encourage proper lifting technique. Many athletes benefit from wearing lower back support when performing squats.
Using a back brace for squats can potentially increase performance, allowing individuals who lift competitively to carry more weight while also avoiding injury. Studies have found that wearing a compression back belt while inhaling before lifting heavy objects reduces spine loading, which can prevent further injury and pain over both the short- and long term. Lower back compression during heavy lifting provides more stability for your back and abdomen, which allows you to carry heavier weight. It also helps prevent injury to the area.
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