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How to Exercise Your Waist Safely and Efficiently | CorsetWe



Short Torso Waist Training CorsetIf you have not previously performed waist training but have been prepared to take it seriously, the following suggestions can help you. These suggestions are invaluable and based on our 20-plus years of experience. During these 20 years, we helped thousands of women exercise their waist, as well as real feedback from our customers.

1, Appropriate size. Improperly sized corsets can make you feel uncomfortable and wear too small corsets that do not plasticize faster.

 

2, A waist trainer, it must be very suitable for you. For different types of body, our corsets have a corresponding style, suitable for a style. When you are comfortable, you will receive the desired effect.

 

3, Your corset also needs "seasoning." When wearing a corset for the first time and trying to tie it tight, it is not just simply tied together. The key is to be comfortable. You can easily slide from the top of the bodice to the bottom with a few fingers or even the entire palm.

 

4, Just starting to wear, it is recommended to wear 1.5 to 2 hours. In the first few days of wearing, do it several times.

 

5, If you want to train your waist, be sure to "progressive". It cannot be so intense that it can be painful. It is recommended to give a course of 10-14 days, slowly increasing the time from 1.5 hours per day to about 6-8 hours per day.

 

6, Take a rest. Because even active and diligent waist trainers need to rest. People's physical tolerance may also vary. Sometimes you don't feel uncomfortable wearing a corset for a long time, but some days can only wear for a few hours.

 

7, Waist training, but also pay attention to a healthy diet and appropriate exercise methods, focusing on core exercises.

 

8, Take off your corset when exercising.

 

9. Don't try to find underwear or fashion bodice in Hollywood's Frederick or Victoria's Secret. Because fashion corsets were born for appearance, not waist training, and do not need to use steel to "tighten up."

 

10. People who are allergic to latex are not recommended to use waist tightening because cinchers are made of latex.

 

11. If you choose a bodice that is larger than your body size, you don't get so tight on your body. In this case, it is difficult to achieve the effect you intended. Then, if you wear a tight bodice, you may damage the corset (even damage your body).

 

12, If you want to get better results, then a high-quality corset made of spiral steel and flat steel will be more suitable for you.

 

13. If you are more introverted and want to perform waist training privately, you can try to learn “invisible” content.

 

14. If you want to train at night for the night, it may be appropriate to choose an inch and a half smaller than the corset worn during the day.

author: CorsetWe date: 2018-06-20
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