If you've been wondering about waist trainers and whether they're right for you, the answer is yes! Not only are they a great way to contour your frame, but they can also help with posture, back pain, breathing, and so much more.
What is a waist trainer?
A waist trainer is a type of shapewear that helps slim and shape your waistline. Waist trainers come in many different styles, but they all have the same goal: to give you a more defined hourglass figure by cinching in your midsection.
Waist trainers are popular among celebrities who want to show off their curves while still looking classy and glamourous. They are also used by many ordinary women who just want to look good on their wedding day, at an important event or even when they're going out with their friends for dinner and drinks—or whenever else they feel like showing off!
Choosing the right size
Choosing the right size is important, and luckily, it's easier than you might think.
Measure your waist with a tape measure. To do this, find the middle of your torso at its narrowest point, wrap the tape measure around there, and record that number. Compare that number to the size chart provided on each products of Prowaist.
Go for a tight fit. If it's too loose, then it won't be very effective in holding in those tummy muscles; if it's too tight though—and especially if you're not used to wearing one—the waist trainer will probably cause some discomfort and even pain!
How to properly put on a waist trainer?
After you have selected the right size, it's time to put on your waist trainer. Follow these simple steps:
Put the waist trainer and make sure that it fits comfortably around the waistline.
Ensure that all of the hooks are fastened properly so that it will be tight enough to compress all of your midsection fat but not too tight where you feel discomfort when wearing it. If there is any discomfort after wearing for a few hours at home, try loosening some hooks up until you find comfortability with how much compression is being applied from your waist trainer (you should be able to breathe normally too if not slightly restricted due to having less room).
Do not wear a waist trainer that makes it difficult for you to breathe comfortably; this could lead up causing health issues such as dizziness when walking around outside during hot weather conditions without access air flow.
How much time should you wear your waist trainer for?
It is important to note that waist trainers are not a quick fix. They should be worn for a minimum of 12 hours per day (less than 8 hours at night) and ideally up to 16 hours per day, depending on your body type and the amount of reduction you wish to achieve.
Waist training is not a diet, it is an active lifestyle change that can take months or even years to achieve results. While wearing your waist trainer you are eating healthy food in moderation while exercising regularly; this will help you see lasting results over time!
If you're considering buying one of these products but aren't sure if they're right for you, ask yourself these questions: Is my goal weight loss? Do I have time each day to wear this product? Am I comfortable with spending money on something like this? If so, then follow our tips below on how best practice using yours so that it gives maximum results!
It is better to start out with short term goals before starting long term goals
It is better to start out with some short term goals and get used to wearing the trainer before starting long term goals. Short term goals can include:
Wear your waist trainer for one hour a day for two weeks
Wear your waist trainer for five hours a day for two weeks
Wear your waist trainer for eight hours a day all week.
Wash the waist trainer with warm water after every use
Once you've worn your waist trainer, it's important to wash it. Here are some tips for doing so:
Wash the waist trainer with warm water after every use.
Use a mild detergent to wash the waist trainer by hand and with a soft brush where needed.
Dry the waist trainer naturally in an area free of direct sunlight, such as inside your home or apartment.
Wear the upper body garment under your shirt, blouse or dress, and not as an outer garment like a vest.
When you wear a waist trainer, it’s important to make sure that the garment is under your clothes and not as an outer layer.
If you are wearing it over your shirt or dress, then it will be visible to people while you are walking or moving. Instead of using the waist trainer as an outer garment and putting it on top of everything else, use them underneath everything else so they won’t become noticeable when talking with others face-to-face or even on social media sites like Facebook or Instagram.
Waist training is more than just wearing a corset. It is about choosing the healthiest way of weight loss.
A lot of people ask me how to start waist training and my advice is always: "Start slow." Start by wearing your waist trainer for one hour per day and then increase it to two hours a day after a week or so. You can wear your waist trainer for longer periods if you feel comfortable doing so, but be aware that prolonged use may cause some muscle aches due to compression, which is normal.
I hope these tips will help you get started with waist training. It is a great way to lose weight and keep it off for good!