Why use a waist trainer?
Trying to lose weight?
Diet is always the most essential part in any weight loss plan. By safely compressing your stomach, waist trainers can effectively curb appetites as the body adjusts to eating smaller portions during meals.
Trying to tone up?
Wearing a waist trainer during exercise increases perspiration (which has a cleansing effect, removing toxins and impurities) and helps the body’s thermogenesis process.
Suffer from back pain caused by sitting or standing all day?
Improve your posture with waist training as it aids in keeping the body upright. Waist trainers assist those who stand or sit for extended periods of time, keeping you from slouching , helping to relive tension and pain in the back.
How do you use a waist trainer?
Waist trainers can be worn underneath your everyday clothes as shapewear to enhance your body. Even exposed they make for a fashionable addition to your outfit especially in conjunction with your usual activewear.
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.
During the weight loss process, you will begin to see and feel the difference as the waist trainer becomes more comfortable and less tight. Bear in mind that everyone’s body shapes are different and that results are not always replicable.
Following Our Size Guides
To get the dramatic results that a waist trainer can offer, you’ll need to know your own size first. Most women only have a rough idea so it’s often helpful to measure yourself so you know you have the most up to date measurements. Always use a fabric or vinyl tape measure as these won’t stretch, and make sure it remains parallel with the ground at every point.