What is waist training?
Waist training is a process that involves wearing tight waist training cincher, corset or slimming garment to cinch in your waistline.
It’s been used for centuries to give your figure a more exaggerated hourglass look by making your waist smaller. A smaller or skinny waist accentuates your hips and bust giving you a curvier appearance.
Why do waist Training?
All the exercise in the world, if done incorrectly or don't target your problem area, will NEVER give you the shape you want. You have to re-train your muscles a certain way if you want them to have different shape and size. Just dieting doesn’t work either. If you are a pear shape and weigh 150 pounds, you can go on a diet, starve and lose 30 pounds, but guess what... you are a 120 pound pear. You shape is still like a pear!
If you want to change your shape, you need to use a system that can actually help you do that physically. That is why waist training is so popular and has grown by leaps and bounds worldwide.
Is it safe?
If done properly, yes. Waist training not only helps to create a smaller waist, but it also helps support abdominal lower back muscles. We are not talking about extreme corset training started by Louis VI of France who wanted to create an artificial womanly shape. And with anything, there are people who misuse the art. It’s always wise to check with your doctor and get regular check-ups to ensure that things are progressing safely.
How Long Does It Take?
Body Shaping takes time. Using your Waist Training System is a commitment. It takes time to see results. You won’t see permanent results in a couple of weeks.
You must be consistent with wearing your trainers, watching your diet, drinking your water, at least 1-2 quarts per day. My clients and I use detoxing system to keep our digestion smooth, our colon cleansed and lower belly flat.
Every body is different, and every body is unique. The way your body changes may be totally different than your girlfriend’s. The progress of reshaping the muscles, ligaments and tendons of the waist takes time. Waist training is highly dependent on your core density of the distance between the top of the pelvic bone and the rib cage, the flexibility of your cartilage and your consistency of wearing your garments.
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I read and article that actually shown some science behind what it can do for posture when you use it right. It can actually relieve back pain! I know my one friend can benefit from that as she is VERY top heavy. Her chest causes her a lot of pain.
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