The Beginners Guide To Waist Training

The Beginners Guide to Waist Training

You might have heard about waist trainers on TV or seen the Kardashians gushing about how they owe their curves to their shapewear but have never been exactly sure what it is. If you’re completely new to the subject let’s rewind to the very beginning and explain the basics of waist training.

Is Waist Training Right For Me?

If you’ve always been envious of Kim K’s curves, this is your chance to get a shapely new body. Wearing a waist trainer can help you stay focused on eating healthily and it’s an easy approach that anyone could follow.

It’s important to choose the right type of shape wear for your body; once you get used to the feel of your waist trainer you’ll find it’s more comfortable than a second skin. There’s lots to think about including the fit, material and style - but that’s what we’re here for. We’ve already helped tens of thousands of women discover sexy new curves and a slimmer waist and we’re ready to help you too.

Although it’s hard to believe until you try it for yourself, just wearing a waist trainer will see you drop dress sizes. Instantly. And even better, wearing a waist trainer will help you in the long term too, complementing your fitness regime and helping you to slim down.

If you’re still not sure whether waist trainers really work, just take a look at some of the before an after photos sent in by some of our customers. Waist training really does work!


"In love with my new waist trainer, not even had it a week and it’s working wonders... I’m over the moon with how it makes me feel!"

Getting The Sizing Right

The key to getting the very best results is getting the size right from the start. The importance of this cannot be over-emphasised.

You might be tempted to squeeze into the smallest size possible in the hope that you’ll end up with that tiny waist you’ve always wanted. However, if you’ve chosen a size that’s too small you’ll feel desperately uncomfortable and you won’t get those gorgeous smooth curves that you’ve seen elsewhere.

Shapewear that’s too tight creates unwanted lumps and bumps and won’t be a flattering look. If in doubt, it’s better to size up than to wear a waist trainer that’s a bit of a squeeze.

Every piece of shapewear, from waist trainers to sweat fitness belts, has their own sizing guide. It’s always a good idea to check each individual product for the recommended measurements as it’s not uncommon for sizing to vary.

Trying On Your Waist Trainer

When you first try your waist trainer on it might seem like an uphill task but don’t give in; the more frequently you wear it the easier it will seem. Once you’ve done up the first hook the others can be fastened much more easily; it won’t take long before you barely need to think twice!

Starting at the bottom of your waist and moving upwards is often the easiest way as it gradually pulls you in, bit by bit.  When it’s completely done up, the waist trainer should fit over your midsection very snugly without feeling painful. 

If you’re new to the world of waist trainers, here’s what you can expect:

▪ It’s really difficult the first time! But fear not, as it does get easier
▪ You’ll only be able to wear your waist trainer for short periods at first 
▪ You won’t be inclined to overeat
▪ You’ll find it hard to remember what life was like before you wore one!

A waist trainer can help you to follow a healthy diet and exercise regularly; make sure you include a combination of cardio and strength exercises for the best results.

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