What Is Waist Training?

Before you start your waist training routine you should understand exactly what waist training is.

Celebrities and everyday women alike cannot talk enough about the fashion trend called waist training. While its recent surge in popularity is new, it's actually a very old concept. For centuries, women have been using tight lace corsets to slim the shapes of their waists. Today, fans of waist training still rely on corsets for the most dramatic results. There are alternatives as well, called cinchers, bands and fajas, which slim the waistline using compression fabric instead of lacing.

Whether you're looking for a traditional corset waist trainer or a compression garment, we have a wide selection of waist-slimming pieces and firm shapewear. Some of our customer favorites include cinchers and compression vests, which provide firm hold for your midsection. While in use, these garments can visibly reduce your waistline up to several inches while stimulating thermal activity and perspiration in your core. In addition to waist trainers, we also have compression bands designed specifically for workouts, so you can amp up your intensity. Whatever type of garment is your preference, we have what anyone needs to start a waist training regimen.

Waist training is a process that involves wearing a latex waist trainer or a tight laced corset to cinch in your waistline. It’s used to give women a more exaggerated hourglass figure with a really small waist but the hips remain with curves.

This process doesn’t happen overnight. You will not instantly lose 5 inches off your waist by wearing the trainer for a day. You may find that the waist trainer does pull you in and you could realistically measure an inch or two smaller when you wear the trainer.

Over a period of the time, your body actually gets trained to be pulled in at the waist. This is not a permanent thing but is rather semi-permanent. That means if you stop wearing your waist trainer for a long period of time you will most likely notice your waist go back to where it used to be.

You won’t have to wear your waist trainer every hour of the day, but you will find that the more you do wear it the faster the results you will get. This also means even when you have cinched in your waist to the size you want you still may have to wear the trainer or corset for a few hours every few days to keep that appearance up.


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