Let’s talk about if waist training right for me. You lost your waist and want to see it again: It happens so gradually that we don’t always notice, but one morning you wake up, look in the mirror and realize that your waistline seems to have disappeared! Yes, you can diet, exercise, drop a few pounds … but let’s face it, sometimes you just want that “look” again NOW! We’ve taken a few corsets to a party before (because people are always curious) and the look on a woman’s face when she gets a peek at herself in a mirror her first time in a corset is priceless (and occasionally a little emotional).
When you are looking for the best waist trainer, begin with the make and model. I’ve found that having a certain number of bones in the trainer makes all the difference. It maximizes the results and stays steady, even over a longer period of time. And, always look at the hooks and how they interact with your body. For instance, too many or too few hooks won’t help to form to your body. Just like any other item of clothing, you need to have the right fit and pull in order to get results.
The first time you wear your waist trainer, you may be taken aback by how it feels; the chances are you’ve never worn anything that’s designed to fit you this tightly. Start by doing it up on the loose setting. If you’re wondering where to start, the easiest way to fasten it up is by doing up the bottom hook and then working your way up. It might feel quite cumbersome at first but you’ll soon get much quicker – honestly! Once it’s done up and in position, you may feel rather stiff; this is correct as this is how it keeps your midsection in position and your back straight. This is also why after approximately an hour it can start to feel uncomfortable. You’ll need to build up your strength to be able to wear your waist trainer for longer.
How To Use a Waist Trainer
1. Your body must become accustomed to the constriction of the waist trainer. We recommend that the first few days of wearing the trainer to wear for limited amount of time 2-4 hours per day (depending on how much you feel is comfortable).
2. Gradually add an hour or two to your regime until you are able to wear the trainer through out the entire day.
3. Once the trainer is worn-in you can then begin to use the second set of clasps making the trainer tighter.
4. As you lose weight it will become more comfortable and will not feel as tight.
5. Now you can progress to the next size down as part of your continued weight loss regime. Read extra details on Waist Trainer Benefits.
What people write about WaistTrain : “Wow! I am impressed, thank you Waist Train for my everyday waist trainer and it’s only day 1… Mad thing is – I didn’t realise how bad my posture was… being a hairstylist all those years and having a little girl 4 years ago played a massive part in my poor posture and tendency to just go with it.. Yes I’ve got lumps and bumps but with my clean eating and lots of water intake… I will start seeing results! Now I’ve got that added boost whilst exercising everyday and the reminder to hold myself properly.”
To wear one, start by hooking your waist trainer from the top and working your way down. With each hook, pull both sides and hook them to the clasp as you go down for an easier process. Building Up To Everyday Use: When using a waist trainer, you must allow for your body to adapt and become comfortable to the compression of the waist trainer. We recommend wearing a waist trainer when first starting out for shorter periods of time of about 2 to 4 hours per day, in order to become better accustomed to the feeling. Eventually you will feel comfortable with progressively adding more hours to your waist training program. The waist trainer will have to be worn-in you can then begin to use the next set of clasps in making the trainer tighter.
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