What is Waist Training?

The most basic definition of waist training is the process of using a steel boned corset to modify your waist into an hourglass shape with semi-permanent results.

Steel boned corsets are worn for many reasons and situations. Some people wear them as a fashion statement, while others wear under clothing for back and posture support. However, many women are looking for that classic hourglass figure to really turn heads at a special event. It has nothing to do with losing weight, spot reducing or doing ab exercises while wearing a waist cincher. The hourglass figure is attained as a result of the moving of floating ribs and the reduction of space in the abdomen.

Weight loss tends to happen mainly because the corset also acts as an external LAP band, not allowing you to eat large quantities while wearing the corset.

Benefits of a Waist Training Corset. High compression helps to firm and tone your stomach, love handles and lower belly fat. Miro-massage increases blood circulation and stimulates perspiration (sweat) on your abdominal area.

Waist training is the process of reducing your natural waist size and accentuating curves with the aid of waist trainer or a tight laced corset. These garments are responsible for giving a woman an exaggerated hourglass figure, which is a tiny waist and curves over the hips.

Over a period of time, your body will shift as you pull in at the waist. This is a semi-permanent effect from constant compression on the abdomen area. The more you wear your waist trainer, the faster the results.

You can learn how to train your waist to be shaped like an hourglass. The truth is anybody can. Waist training works. Countless before and after pictures have become live testimony for women everywhere; waist training is the way to beautiful curves.

 

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