Well and Truly ‘Waisted’: the Light and Dark Sides of Waist Training

Posted on Feb 26 2016 - 12:15am by Admin

Light and Dark Sides of Waist TrainingWith the ease of accessing information, trend cycles come and go at an even faster rate than before. The shapewear of its time, waist training corsets were used by both men and women to create a deeper curve to the waistline.

Strictly speaking, a traditional waist training corset makes use of steel boning, and traditionalists would consider modern latex versions waist cinchers. The effect is similar in that both create the coveted hourglass figure instantly.

What are you training for?

For most, these items are worn as a garment, meant only as ornamentation. Waisttrainersaustralia.com.au says those who suffer from back pain may benefit from the support it gives to the entire midsection, offering relief.

If your goal is to alter the shape of your midsection, note that while the effect of a waist training corset is visually instant, getting a semi-permanent to permanent change to your waistline requires dedication to wearing the trainer, as well as actual exercise and dietary discipline. A corset is not an easy way to slim down, though it can help you get there in various ways:

– A comfortable tightness (pain means it’s too tight!) can remind you to keep your core muscles tight.

– The back support will help retain good posture, also encouraging the development of your core muscles.

– Because it cinches your waist, it could keep you from overeating.

The right one for you

Latex corsets are usually easier to wear and may be used during exercise. Doing so can increase perspiration and allow you to lose excess water weight. These are usually the ones that celebrities are seen touting as their ‘secret’ to the perfect body shape. Items that require lacing are more customisable, and will make it easier for you to get a correct and comfortable fit.

If you wish to waist train in this way, you will need a great deal of patience in managing both time and the tightness of your trainer. Remember that pain is an indicator that something is wrong; you don’t have to feel any pain to waist train.