Ladies, maybe you'll probably agree that there are many ways to try to reduce your waistline, and lots of them are kind of dumb. However, the CORSET can help you achieve a slimmer figure, without having to hit the gym. It's a simple solution for establishing an hourglass figure.
Women have been wearing corsets from hundreds of years ago and celebrities including Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian, supposedly wear corsets to help them reduce waist size. This process purportedly "trains" your waist to a smaller size.
What is Corset?
Wikipedia definition: “A corset is a garment worn to hold and train the torso into a desired shape, traditionally a smaller waist or larger bottom, for aesthetic or medical purposes (either for the duration of wearing it or with a more lasting effect), or support the breasts.”
Corsets constructed of a durable, yet soft material (satin/cotton/ leather) that is reinforced with steel boning to give the corset high strength for cinching your waist and accenting the curve of your bustline and hips. Typically corsets are reduced by fastening the front busk and then lacing up the back.
How to Choose the Right Corset?
You need to be comfortable in the corset that you choose it, otherwise it will be too hard to stick with the corset. There are a lot of corsets out there that claim to be waist-reducing. When you wear the corset, making sure that you're getting something that you really like the sense. If you don't want to be fighting it every step of the way, you need the body to relax into being gripped by the corset. Furthermore, if you wear a corset that doesn't narrow your waist but bridles something else as well, you're not going to be reducing your waist size very effectively.
How Long Can See Results?
Waist training is a very gradual process that happens over time, and yes, it does shrink the waistline. It depends on each person's body. The presence and absence of muscle and fat can make a difference, as well as the size and placement of one's bones and organs. One of the things that contribute to ease of corset-wearing is how pliable the muscles in your core area. If you have a lot of side-to-side pliabilities, even if you have a strong core and you'll compress more quickly than someone who is very solid. Softer people reduce waist size quickly and squeeze more easily than do people whose composition is a little denser.
Corset Can't Replace Exercise and Diet
It should also not be mistaken for a replacement for exercise and proper diet. Waist reducing is neither a "get slim quick" scheme nor is it a "get fit quick" scheme. We highly recommend exercise and a healthy diet, as well as corset-wearing, for a slim waistline. Having a small waist is not the same thing as being fit and healthy, and it's easier to obtain a small waist size when you are exercising and eating right.