How to Begin Waist Training with a Waist Cincher
Training your waist with a latex waist cincher is a process that requires time and dedication in order to see results. However, it is also relatively simple to get started, and does not cause as much discomfort as some people fear it might. It’s important to keep in mind that waist training works best when a waist cincher is used in conjunction with regular exercise and a healthy diet, so make sure that you are using the garment as part of an overall healthy lifestyle rather than a replacement for more conventional weight loss techniques.
Your body needs to get used to wearing a waist cincher, and trying to compress your waist too much too quickly can lead to health problems. When you first begin training your waist, wear the cincher for no more than two or three hours each day. After it begins to feel less snug, you can wear it for longer.
Gradually Tighten the Waist Cincher
Take accurate measurements of your waist and hips and buy a cincher that fits you. Always beginning by fastening the cincher on the outermost set of eyelets. As your waist begins to shrink, you can tighten the garment gradually. When you have lost enough weight that your waist cincher no longer fits snugly, move down to a smaller size. However, don’t try to force your body to lose weight by wearing a cincher that is too small.
Don’t Overdo It
Many doctors recommend wearing a waist cincher for not longer than eight or ten hours each day. Even women who have been waist training for a long time may begin to feel serious discomfort if they wear a waist cincher for much longer than this, and wearing a cincher for too long can interfere with internal organs. Be sure to allow time for your body to recover from waist training.
Consider talking with a doctor before you begin waist training. Your physician can give you healthy advice about how to proceed safely.