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What is waist training?
Waist training is a gradual process of waist reduction using a waist-cinching corset. The waist training practice came to prominence in Victorian times but has made something of a comeback in recent years. Wearing a waist cinching corset, exercising and eating a healthy diet can radically reduce your waist size;instantly giving you a beautiful sexy silhouette while permanently getting rid of unwanted inches around your waist.
Train my waist's waist trainers are made of a unique latex material which attack unwanted fat within your body. The waist-trainer will strengthen your core all the while improving your posture. The thermogenisis created within your body will allow your body to rid itself of harsh toxins and impurities, through perspiration. While wearing the waist trainer, the tight compression will help to reduce food volume intake which will help acheive the healthier practice of smaller meals, more often, rather than three large meals a day.
Waist training as a means of permanent waist-reduction and re-shaping is a practice requiring discipline and is best achieved when the following 3 components work in harmony:
•Waist Cinching using a traditional flex-boned corset
Results will be slower and harder to obtain if the 3 major components are not practiced as a gradual program of modifying the shape of the body. So, what are the steps to follow for correct waist-training?
STARTING OUT: A person’s body must become accustomed to the constriction of waist training. A new garment must be broken in otherwise you can damage the garment. The first few weeks of wearing the corset you must not over train. Begin by wearing the corset 2-4 hours per day. Gradually add an hour or two to your daily waist training regimen until you are able to wear the corset through out the entire day. Wear the corset on the first set of clasps. Once the garment is worn-in you can then begin to use the second set of clasps making the corset tighter. As your waist becomes smaller the corset will become comfortable and will not feel as tight. Now you can progress to the next size down as part of your continued waist-reduction regime. Bear in mind that individual’s body shapes are different.
MAINTENANCE: If you are serious about waist-training then it is very important to look after your corset; over time they take a lot of punishment from regular cinching but if you take some simple precautions you can extend the life of the garment:
1. Cleaning. Hand wash your corset in cold water or wash in gentle cycle in cold water. Do Not put Corset in dryer! Lay corset flat to dry.
2. Air Dry your corset at the end of the day http://waist-trainer.org/silk-floral-brocade-corset-review/. Corsets must be dried out by turning the lining to the upper side and hanging over the back of a chair. Never hang on or near a heat source as over time this will cause shrinkage and eventual damage to the stitching
3. Alternate Corsets. Rather than buy one corset, purchase 2, strong corsets and alternate them so that each corset gets to ‘rest’ between each wearing
Follow these simple tips for maintenance, break the corset in gradually and you will have a corset that lasts a long-time; a little bit of care goes a long way where corsets are concerned.
So, whether you just want to reduce your waist in the short term or you intend to embark on a gradual waist-reduction regime then the only garment that can truly give you results from day one are the Train My Waist waist trainers. Remember, for longer term permanent waist-reduction your waist trainer should be used in conjunction with healthy diet and moderate, regular exercise.