Rules are important to life and living, even though life itself doesn’t come with its own set of rules. Fortunately for us, waist training does, and in order to get the maximum benefits of waist training, it is important to note these rules, which in no particular order and in equal degrees of importance have been compiled below: –
- Set Realistic Goals: It is okay to push yourself, but with realistic and achievable goals. Don’t aim to get a celebrity/model like waist when you are naturally thick and full-figured.
- Exercise regularly, especially if using a waist trainer designed for use while exercising
- Consume small amounts of food while wearing the trainer. The waist trainer makes you feel fuller faster. So eat a smaller quantity of food during meals.
- Eat a well-balanced diet.
- Don’t start waist training with just any kind of trainer you pick up from the store. You need to get fitted when starting to wear a waist trainer in order to find your perfect fit.
- Always stay hydrated.
- Start wearing for a few hours every day at first to break the trainer in before moving on to longer stretches of hours with fifteen minutes daily increments at intervals.
- Stop wearing if you feel constricted in your chest area or have difficulty breathing
- Don’t use your waist trainer if you experience shortness of breath, numbness in legs, sharp stomach pains or pinching or swelling around your midsection.
- Begin with a trainer that fits. Use a size chart to make sure you get one in your size.
Waist training is more of a lifestyle than a one-off activity. Don’t stop once the desired goal is achieved, constant gradual use will guarantee long term effectiveness, which is what you want. Waist training can be fun and beneficial so long as you follow the rules. And now that you know what they are, you should follow them.