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Traditionally, waist training referred to the use of steel boned corsets to create an exaggerated hourglass shape for women. A corset is used because of its strong steel boning anchored by a sturdy waist tape. The laces are adjusted to create a tighter and snugger fit, pulling in a woman's floating ribs and even doing a little bit of rearranging of internal organs so that the circumference of her waist is greatly reduced.

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The same waist training idea can be applied to redefining a men's figure. While men might not be looking for that same accentuated hourglass shape as women, men can use a corset to flatten their stomach and create a more smooth and refined abdomen.

Steel boned corsets are worn for many reasons and situations. Some people wear them as a fashion statement, while others wear a corset under clothing for back and posture support. However, many women are looking for that classic hourglass figure to really turn heads at a special event.

This waist reduction has nothing to do with losing weight, spot reducing or doing ab exercises while wearing a waist cincher. The hourglass figure is attained as a result of the moving of floating ribs and the reduction of space in the abdomen. The same idea works for men looking for a smoother, trimmer waistline.

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. Our bodies are so different, that there just isn't any way to predict results. It's like walking into a gym and asking them how much weight you will lose if you start working out there. Too many variables!

We've also compiled a series of real life waist training stories. These stories contain specific information about people who have been waist training for a few months up to a few years. They have all successfully lost inches off their waist by wearing a steel boned corset for several hours each day, multiple days each week.

If you are willing to use common sense and listen to your body, then, no, waist training is not dangerous. We suggest using safe and sane corsetry practices anytime you wear a corset, whether you're a serious waist trainer or you're simply wearing a corset as a complement to your fashion choice.

The conversation goes something like this: "Is your corset causing you pain?" If the answer is a resounding "YES!", then loosen it or take it off completely! The idea of no pain, no gain does not apply here.

A corset does not have to be uncomfortable to give you a gorgeous hourglass figure. Breaking in a corset, also known as seasoning, is important for the corset, but it's also a chance for your body to get used to wearing it. Slow and steady is the rule of thumb for waist training.

Anybody can shape their waist by wearing a corset regularly when it's done right and with the right waist training corset for your body. You can absolutely work towards your waist slimming goals by waist training, especially if you pair it with a long-term fitness or weight loss routine.

Absolutely! Some of our most devoted waist training customers are men. Some work in office settings and they love the trimming, smoothing and posture lifting that their corset provides when hidden under their professional clothes. Some waist training men work manual jobs (including farming!) and they prefer the comfort of a well-fitting corset to an awkward, stiff and unflattering back brace.

We have designed waist training corsets for most any body type, from extreme hourglass curves to masculine figures, so that they work with anyone looking for a corset advantage--women, men, and also nonbinary and transitioning people. Corsets and waist training are truly for any body.

Waist training works best as part of a healthy lifestyle. Because it's a process, you should track your progress as you go and make sure to take photos regularly so you can see how your body is changing and keep you motivated. It also helps to join a supportive group to share the experience with, so join our private Facebook group!

We can't over-stress the importance of getting the right corset for your body and purpose. Your corset should fit you like a glove and should be super comfortable. It should also be made out of the right fabric for how you intend to wear it.

Making sure that the size of your corset is the best for your goals is super important, particularly if you are intending to gain or lose weight in the near future. Postpartum anyone? Picking the wrong size or one that you will quickly size out of is uncomfortable and no fun!

Your size is only half of the puzzle. The other important piece is to make sure you have a corset style that hugs your body top to bottom, so that you have the most comfortable fit possible and see real waist training results.

The best way to make sure that you have the right corset style number is to chat with our awesome experts. Our team has worked with thousands of people just like you of all shapes and sizes and can help you find your corset. The best part? Finding your corset is as easy as chatting online.

We have many different corset styles specifically designed to fit most body types from slim and long to curvy and voluptuous to athletic and even masculine figures. Each corset style has a different style number and comes in a ton of different fabrics and colors. For even more customization, change up your laces for the perfect hue or check out our corset DIY designs!

Given that you'll be spending a lot of time in your corset while waist training, it's important that you get the right size and style for your body and purpose. If you'd like to show off your corset, we have styles that match most any fashion, including styles that you can wear to the office believe it or not!

If you're like many waist trainers and want to stealth by layering clothing over your corset to conceal it, we have styles that work great as undergarment corsets. A corset is a great foundational undergarment for pretty much any outfit. It's great for wearing under blouses, slacks, collared shirts and polos, skirts, and dresses. Learn our top tips for stealthing!

No! While latex waist cinchers are designed for wearing when doing exercise, a waist training corset should absolutely be taken off when exercising. Not only would it be uncomfortable to exercise in your corset, it will also bend the steel bones and potentially break the corset itself if you were to exercise in it.

Most people prefer wearing their corset as a foundational piece while awake because it offers many other benefits when they're wearing it, like improving their posture, providing back support, and creating a slimming look and beautiful curves underneath their clothing.

We have found that a well-loved corset is more comfortable to sleep in than a new, stiff corset. You will also be more comfortable during the night if you choose to keep your corset laced less snug than if you were awake during the day. While our body is at rest, our body does most of its necessary digestion which can cause our stomachs to expand at night. We have been told that lacing your corset too tightly at bedtime can cause some unwanted bloating and indigestion.

Storing your corset properly is very important! After you loosen your corset and remove it, we recommend hanging it over a hanger by the laces with the inner lining facing outwards. This will help your corset fully breathe and dry between wears. For long term storage and packing, we recommend gently rolling your corset and storing it inside our Corset Storage & Travel Case.

Cleaning your new steel boned corset is different than typical clothing. First things first: dry clean only! Between dry cleaning appointments, we recommend a damp cloth for spot cleaning and that you always wear a liner between you and your corset. You will be able to go longer between those cleanings if you keep the natural oils in your skin away from your corset as much as possible.

Our passion for corsetry shows up in our superior customer service and the care that we take in personally designing each of our products. We want you to have the best waist training experience possible and are committed to being here for you every step of your journey.

Traditionally, waist training referred to the use of steel boned corsets to create an exaggerated hourglass shape for women. A corset is used because of its amazing laces that create a tighter and snugger fit, pulling in a woman's floating ribs and even doing a little bit of rearranging of internal organs so that the circumference of her waist is greatly reduced.

More recently, celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose have redefined what the term waist training means, as they refer to latex waist cinchers that they use during their workouts. It's important to understand that these latex waist cinchers are not the same as a steel boned corset waist trainer. 041b061a72


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