Real Results: Waist Training Before And After

waist training before and after

The hourglass figure is one that was popular in Victorian times, with corsets being designed to help accentuate a woman’s figure, but it has taken a bit of a revival lately, partly down to celebrities like the Kardashians showing off the curvy figure.

You don’t have to wear an old-fashioned corset though that does more damage than good, or one that requires help to put on.

There are things you should take into consideration first and seeing some waist training before and after pictures before deciding if waist training is something that is right for you.

What Types Of Waist Trainers Are There?

When you hear the word “waist trainer,” you probably automatically think of the traditional corset. These corsets have been used since the late 16th century to cinch in the waist. They were often put onto the front of the body and laced in the back (Think of Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind!) They were often made of whalebone and other stiff materials that were very difficult to breathe in.

Today, corsets are not usually so stiff, allowing more room to breathe and move around! They are also now able to be hooked in the front (without the need of a second person’s help.) Once on, you can see the difference immediately.

Another type of waist trainer is a waist trimming belt. These belts are wrapped around snuggly over the waist and kept in place by Velcro. They are more flexible and mostly used for exercising in and helping lose inches off the waist though increasing the core temperature. They are often too bulky to wear under clothes like corset waist trainers.

How Do Waist Trainers Work, & Do They Show Results?

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Waist trainers instantly transform the way one looks. Over time, there can be a noticeable difference in the shape of the waist without the corset on. Have a look at our waist training before and after shots to give you an idea of an immediate difference.

Waist trimming belts, however, are almost a sped-up process of this. The belt works by increasing the core temperature, promoting excess sweating. It’s almost like a mini sauna for the stomach.

The change is not as dramatic as a corset-style trainer, but is instead a gradual way to lose inches around the midsection that still cinches the waist in for a natural hourglass figure.

See our waist training before and after pictures for what a waist trimming belt can achieve over time.

Can A Waist Trainer Cause Harm To The Body?

Yes. Corsets should only be worn for short amounts of time due to the damage it can cause to your internal organs. Corset waist trainers can push your organs to places they’re not meant to be. Some organs move more upwards and others move downward, putting pressure on the lungs and intestines, and potentially making you less tolerant to certain foods.

It can also weaken the abdominal muscles since you are not using them as much. This is especially true if you were to wear the corset for long periods of time, which is why it is recommended to only use them for going out in. That way, you can get results that are safer, and you’ll still look amazing.

Traditional corset styles will show an immediate dramatic difference in the size of your waist, but know that this is only temporary, and you will return to your normal body shape when you take it off. It should never be left on for long periods of time, because it can shift internal organs and cause some pretty serious harm within the body.

They’re great though for getting that shapely body before a night out or event, but not for the long term.

A more long-term solution would be the waist trimmer belt, ideal if you’re into your exercise since it will propel your efforts to trimming that waist and you will see inches lost. Whichever you choose, make sure you use it safely following the manufacturer’s instructions.

Have a look at the waist training before after shots to see if that is something that you want to achieve and go for it safely.

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