What is Waist Training?

When it comes to achieving an hourglass figure, waist training is the first thing that comes to mind. Many, are probably wondering, what this is all about and how does it differ from wearing corsets. We know many women covet to have the slim-waist figure and where should one begin? Let’s know the history first.

Centuries ago, wearing corsets were the undergarments of choice as it helps accentuate a woman’s beautiful figure. Over a period of time, this garment evolved and designs were patterned from it. There came the girdles in the 20s and late 1960s. Then later on, Waspies hit the market in the 80s. Back then these garbs were primarily used to simply create the illusion of having a slim waist. Nowadays, they are known as waist trainers wherein it’s widely known for its use for waist training.

Waist cinchers or fajas have a somewhat similar design from corsets but the function and style are different. For instance, cinchers have rows of hook and eye locks in the front and is commonly made out of latex and spiral or plastic boning unlike its predecessor which was made with lace lancing and bones of whales for boning. As per functionality, corsets were said to be used for aesthetic purposes and was recorded to may have caused some health problems. On the other hand, waist trainers are safer to use and can help also help in achieving an hourglass figure and reduce your waistline.

So what is waist training? It’s self-explanatory, really. From the words waist training, it’s essentially training your waist to become slimmer. With the aide of waist trainers, you have to wrap it around your waist just like a belt and strap it on as tight as you want. Thus adding pressure around your waist. Thus, making your waist change or reduce in size over a period of time. However, there are other benefits that you can get from waist training other than achieving an hourglass figure. With a prolonged use of waist trainers, back support and posture control can also improve. Not only that, it does not have the constricting feeling that corsets have. You can basically wear them anywhere and at any time.

That is why if you are looking for a product that can really deliver results, it is best to give waist training a try and see for yourself. But of course, it is always best if you have regular exercise and healthy diet to accompany it with for better results. So, what are you waiting for? Give waist training a try today!

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1. Measure Your Waist.

- Relax your stomach and place the tape measurer around the narrowest part of your waist (like shown in the photo).
- Do not suck in or stick out your stomach. 
- Note the measurement.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(For Example you measured at 33 inches)

 2. Locate your measurement in the first columnin the table below and see your corresponding size in the second column. 

For a waist measuring 33 inches, the waist trainer size is going to be XL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. Do not rely on your pant size. 

Due to the fact that sizes vary greately from brand to brand,
just going by your waist size in pants is not going to be accurate.
A size 28 in pants can actually have a waistline measuring anywhere from 28 to 34 inches.

4. Have more Questions?

If you are still not sure what size to get, please feel free to email us at info@lmbfashion.com