A Waist Trainer In The Making

Recently Scarlett from CorsetTraining.net started a waist trainers video diary that we’ve been eagerly watching here. You can view the videos over on her ‘A WAIST TRAINERS DIARY‘ page. but seeing someone struggle to get familiar with corset training for the first time reminded us of our own journeys into waist training. So we’ve decided to put together some do’s and do not’s for all the new fledgeling waist trainers out there getting to grips with the concept of how to train their waist with a corset.

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  1. – First off make sure you season your corset (like Scarlett is doing) it will take you some time to go from no corset to happily spending 8 or more hows in one. A new corset too needs time to be broken in a few hours at a time. beautiful some insights on rational corsets tacticsAllow at least two weeks for this at a few hours a day of corset wearing. 
  2. – Don’t eat large meals. especially not with cold drinks. Cold drinks numb your stomach and stop you feeling full as quickly, but it will catch up with you. Wearing a corset when you’ve eaten more than is comfortable is not a nice experience and can result in needing to take it off. 
  3. – A waist trainer should not be washed regularly but rather protected with an under layer of clothing. Waist training corsets have steel bones in them, they are not meant to be washed or immersed in waterless absolutely necessary. Wear a specially designed corset liner underneath or tight fitting top of some description. Spot clean the outside with wet wipes or a damp cloth. 
  4. – Do not rush your body by training down too tightly to begin with, you should only go as quickly as is comfortable. 
  5. – Try to wear outfits that will not look odd or too revealing if your corset is removed when you go out. This is very important for beginners although we’ve all had that occasional day when it got too hot or we were too active or even just started coming down with something midway through the day and needed to remove our corset. That’s something you just can’t do if your out and say you’re wearing nothing more than a corset liner and an overbust corset!

Wearing a Corset

Just wearing a corset will lessen your waistline by several inches, that will then enhance the posture, support the lower back and make the garments seem better. Wearing a corset puts pressure in your stomach along with your waistline. A corset will make a comparable effect by putting pressure on your stomach, causing us to feel complete much more rapidly. You’ll have to have a well fitted corset that’s comfortable for daily wear. Many people might be able to put on a standard size corset, but understand that the custom fitted corset is always a lot more comfortable. You could begin on a restricted basis while you wait around for the custom corset to arrive. 
Otherwise you might want to plan ahead 4-8 weeks for the custom corset to be finished. Place your corset on when you awaken in the morning. Should you shower in the mornings, then do this instantly upon wakening, and place your corset on immediately afterwards. If you eat or drink anything more of your corset will not carry on as readily. Lace the corset comfortably, but not closely, and prepare for the day. Before leaving your house or beginning your day, lace the corset a bit tighter, in order that it is fairly snug, but not uncomfortable. If anything is in any way painful you might want to remove your corset. 
Do NOT remove your corset straight after eating a good sized meal, or you may experience discomfort. After eating you’ll feel complete, and if you take away the corset this will reduce the pressure on your stomach and can cause stomach pain or cramping. This is another valid reason not to overeat while wearing a corset. There are particular foods that don’t combine well with corset wear. Foods that cause gas may cause discomfort while wearing a corset, as may overeating. This is crucial to any weight reduction program, but particularly important when integrating corset wear. The corset may support your belly and lower back, and you’ll not be utilizing the muscles in these areas as you typically do. Walking is a superb exercise that may be done while you’re wearing your corset, but all the types of exercise ought to be done without your corset.

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Wearing a Corset

Just wearing a corset will lessen your waistline by several inches, that will then enhance the posture, support the lower back and make the garments seem better. Wearing a corset puts pressure in your stomach along with your waistline. A corset will make a comparable effect by putting pressure on your stomach, causing us to feel complete much more rapidly. You’ll have to have a well fitted corset that’s comfortable for daily wear. Many people might be able to put on a standard size corset, but understand that the custom fitted corset is always a lot more comfortable. You could begin on a restricted basis while you wait around for the custom corset to arrive. 
Otherwise you might want to plan ahead 4-8 weeks for the custom corset to be finished. Place your corset on when you awaken in the morning. Should you shower in the mornings, then do this instantly upon wakening, and place your corset on immediately afterwards. If you eat or drink anything more of your corset will not carry on as readily. Lace the corset comfortably, but not closely, and prepare for the day. Before leaving your house or beginning your day, lace the corset a bit tighter, in order that it is fairly snug, but not uncomfortable. If anything is in any way painful you might want to remove your corset. 
Do NOT remove your corset straight after eating a good sized meal, or you may experience discomfort. After eating you’ll feel complete, and if you take away the corset this will reduce the pressure on your stomach and can cause stomach pain or cramping. This is another valid reason not to overeat while wearing a corset. There are particular foods that don’t combine well with corset wear. Foods that cause gas may cause discomfort while wearing a corset, as may overeating. This is crucial to any weight reduction program, but particularly important when integrating corset wear. The corset may support your belly and lower back, and you’ll not be utilizing the muscles in these areas as you typically do. Walking is a superb exercise that may be done while you’re wearing your corset, but all the types of exercise ought to be done without your corset.

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