5 Waist Training Tips


Contrary to popular belief waist training is nothing new. However, the benefits of waist training are once again on the rise. Everyone from celebrities to next door neighbors is trying out what is believed to be the best way to get their tummies into perfect shape. There are a few things to keep in mind though so you can achieve the most from your waist trainer and not end up injured.

Size Matters

Taking proper measurements to ensure you have the right fit for your waist trainer is very important. If it’s too big on you, won’t achieve good results. On the other hand if your waist trainer is too small or uncomfortably tight you can actually do organ damage to yourself! This was a common issue back in Victorian times when women wore tight corsets. The same can happen today with a waist trainer. Find the one that fits you securely but not so tight that you have trouble breathing. Super small trainers that aren’t designed for the right body type and are worn too long can cause bodily disfigurement as well. Start with a trainer that isn’t too tight nor too big and be sure to not dive into wearing it for long periods of time if you’re new to waist trainers. Like anything new it takes time to get used to wearing. Take your measurements in the morning before breakfast to avoid getting incorrect measurements from tummy bloat due to overeating.


When you find the right waist trainer for your body type make sure that it’s not too tight when you sit in the driver’s seat of your vehicle. Many people who are interested in was it training don’t even think about the dangers the trainer can pose if it’s too tight while operating a motor vehicle. It can cut off airflow by putting too much pressure on the body depending on how the seats in your vehicle are designed. You definitely don’t want to pass out while driving! Also, organ damage can occur if your trainer is pressing into you too firmly.

Build Your Core

This is the most important part of was it training that a lot of individuals don’t really think about. If you don’t do core muscle training while wearing your trainer your muscles can actually atrophy! No one wants that to happen which is why strengthening your core muscle group in your tummy is crucial when wearing a waist trainer.

How Long Should Waist Training Last?

Waist training duration varies by person and body type but as a general rule you should focus on training for six week durations to have the safest waist training experience possible. Some individuals have reportedly used theirs for longer periods but it is not recommended.

When to Remove Your Waist Trainer

Obviously you can’t and shouldn’t wear your waist trainer all the time. Though you may love the feel of it you will be faced with having to remove it at certain times of the day (such as showering and exercising). Wearing your trainer during exercise can cause physical harm! Never risk personal injury when performing any exercise. The results could leave you with permanent injuries that may be irreparable.

Follow these five tips and you’ll begin to see the benefits of waist training and how it can get you the look you want. Make others jealous of your new beautiful figure but just remember to do it healthily and safely. You’ll be happier with yourself for achieving not just your new image and healthier lifestyle but improved posture as well.