How to Start Waist Training
Now that you know what waist training is (or more importantly, what it is not), you may be thinking about giving it a try.
But before you do, there are some important points to consider regarding waist training
1. Waist training is totally safe, but you should not attempt it if you are under the age of 18.
2. The effects of waist training are not permanent. While you may attain a smaller waist over time, once you stop waist training your body will return to its natural shape
3. You should also be aware that waist training will not help you to lose weight (contrary to what a lot of internet propaganda tells you). It can only help to alter the appearance of your silhouette.
4. Before you consider waist training, speak to your doctor. It’s always best to seek a professional opinion, especially if you have any pre-existing medical conditions.
Ok, so now that you’ve considered the points above, it’s time to talk more about how to start waist training. If you’re committed to giving it a go, the first thing you need to do is buy a suitable corset.
Now, we have already made a distinction between corsets and cinchers (or the confusingly named ‘waist trainers’). In this article, remember that we are talking about waist training with a corset, with the view to obtaining a longer-lasting hourglass figure.