7 Days to a Curvier You!
Waist training is a gradual process. Within 7 days you will be able to get an idea about whether waist training is for you, but please do not over train during the 7 days.
.Waist Trainer Checklist
- Your waist trainer should fit tight enough that you are able to pull your waist in on the 3rd hook closure.
- It should have enough structure to not roll over the waist (this is a sign the waist shaper is too small).
- Your waist trainer should not interfere with your breathing and you should not experience any pain.
- The garment is going to feel uncomfortable until you get used to it. This is why you gradually build up to wearing the trainer for longer periods of time.
- The shaper should close properly with no bulging.
- Always break in your waist trainer for a more comfortable fit.
- Measure your natural waist – often the smallest part of your waist. This is the waist measurement you need to check to get the right size for your needs and waist training goals.
Your First 7 Days of Waist Training
After breaking in your waist trainer, wear the slimming garment for 2 hours the first day. This amount of time can be adjusted according to individual needs.
Wear your waist trainer for 3 hours today. If you are a beginner, be prepared to feel constricted. Your body will become accustomed to it quickly. Don’t push yourself and listen to your body – if you feel any kind of pain or pinching, remove the waist trainer.
While wearing a workout waist trainer, try to begin an exercise program, like Pilates or basic stretching to prepare the body for lengthier exercises.
Today’s waist training time limit is 4 hours.
At this point, you can increase your waist training time to more. If you are accustomed to the waist trainer, you can choose to wear it for 6 hours. Until you get the routine of wearing your shaper, do not sleep or exercise with the garment on. The longer you can comfortably wear your waist trainer, the more dramatic the results.
By now you should be wearing your waist cincher for 6 hours a day.
The best benefit of wearing a waist trainer is how the compression affects your eating habits. You will notice when you are wearing your trainer that you are unable to eat larger meals because your stomach is constricted. This is another healthy advantage in these waist trimming products.
When waist training is paired with healthy eating and exercise, the results are stunning. The waist trainer is a strong tool to use for weight loss encouragement. It also will give you confidence to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
Your goal today should be 7 hours of wear.
By now, you should feel more comfortable in your waist trainer, and noticing the waist trainer is getting loose in fit. Tighten the closure if your waist trainer is slipping. This is a good sign.
The target time will be reached today with 8 hours of wear. This is the goal for wearing a waist trainer. If you can wear it for 8-10 hours a day for at least 8 weeks, and incorporate proper eating and exercise, you are going to absolutely love what you see. The results are amazing.
You managed to complete the 7 days and you are now wearing the waist trainer for 10 hours a day. You are also eating less, and eating better. Ideally, you are getting accustomed to brief exercise moments and are now ready to do more intense cardio and strength training programs. If not, keep going with the little steps, any exercise is going to be beneficial to looks and health.
Keep in mind every woman’s body is different. There are many factors which determine how fast your waist will shrink. Women who have a bigger waist seem to see visible results earlier then say, a woman who has little fat or is extremely toned. Remember, you are ‘training’ your body to reshape; this can take consistency and time.
Here are just a few:
- How long you wear the waist trainer each day
- How many days per week you wear the waist trainer
- How tightly the waist trainer is fit
- If you are following a weight loss regimen and exercise program
Genetics play the key role here too. Even if we took two people that had the same waist measurement to start with and made sure that ALL the other variables were the same, they would still very likely have different results with waist training.
A. Yes. If you have a longer torso or a hanging stomach a 3 row hook-and-eye closure waist trainer reaches longer than the 2 row versions. You may also want to invest in better underwear as your body form is due to the choices of garment and the way they fit you.
A. While it is recommended not to sleep in any compression garment, some people will. It is not advised because the body needs the break from the waist trainer. However, this is a clever way to get your 8-10 hours a day in if you do decided to sleep in it.
A. Your waist trainer should be hand washed only as any other method will ruin the garment. Wash the item at the least 3 times a week. Increase this amount if you are working out in the garment heavy.