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Centurion Super NXG+ or Super Centurion?


Comparison? Same or different? The Centurion Super NXG+ or Super Centurion


And another picture you have to compare with!


The Super Centurion Tag


The Centurion NXG Super Plus

I have them both and can’t tell a difference other than my super is older than my NXG and I’ve had to alter it over time because of stretching.

It is differnt material but almost the same style. Check out the Titan site for more info.

I love the super… The key with the super is that every single super centurion needs to be taken in a little bit at the harness. This suit can give insane carryover if you wear it tight and train in it often to learn it. my 0.02 if you are a beginner it can be a tougher suit to learn though.

I HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED. BEWARE OF SUIT SCANDALS. I CALLED IN TITAN SUPPORT SYSTEM AND THEY SAID THE SUPER CENTURION IS DIFFERENT COMPARED TO THE CENTURION SUPER NXG PLUS. BEWARE OF SELLERS STATING THE REGULAR CENTURION AS A SUPER. IT IS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT. THE SUPER CENTURION MUST HAVE A SPARTAN LOGO TO BE CONSIDERED SUPER.

THERE HAS BEEN 3 MODELS MADE:

  1. The Centurion NXG Plus
  2. The Centurion Super NXG Plus
  3. Super Centurion Super NXG Plus.

Number 3 is similar to Number 2 but they had a “patented harness system is reinforced to create the strongest, most supportive single ply suit in the lifting world!”

Just a heads up if you want to buy a Super Centurion, not a Regular with Super NXG Plus (:

[quote]arramzy wrote:
I love the super… The key with the super is that every single super centurion needs to be taken in a little bit at the harness. This suit can give insane carryover if you wear it tight and train in it often to learn it. my 0.02 if you are a beginner it can be a tougher suit to learn though.[/quote]
I have the same suit. Can you post a pic or tell me how you brought the harness in? I’ve had the legs taken in a bit by a friend. The hips are so loose that I feel I’m losing out on a lot of lbs.

Been looking at the Centurion line of suits for my first suit. Anyone have an opinion on which to get?

[quote]Volstagg wrote:

[quote]arramzy wrote:
I love the super… The key with the super is that every single super centurion needs to be taken in a little bit at the harness. This suit can give insane carryover if you wear it tight and train in it often to learn it. my 0.02 if you are a beginner it can be a tougher suit to learn though.[/quote]
I have the same suit. Can you post a pic or tell me how you brought the harness in? I’ve had the legs taken in a bit by a friend. The hips are so loose that I feel I’m losing out on a lot of lbs. [/quote]

This is a link to another thread about tailoring your squat suit: http://tnation.T-Nation.com/free_online_forum/sports_body_training_performance_bodybuilding_strength/how_do_i_tailor_my_squat_suit_ipf

I posted pictures there of how I sew my straps and take in the hips on my centurion. I’ve done a few suits.

That is a great pic. Mine is taken in a bit more than that and spreads out a bit further. Realllllly helps with the pop out of the hole. With tight hips you need to be super tight with this suit on.