Waist training is a form of body modification, that people achieve by wearing steel boned corsets. We like to make the comparison to wearing braces to straighten your teeth. By continually applying pressure to your lower ribs and internal organs you can achieve a shift in both that will eventually give the you the hourglass shape when you are not wearing a corset. However after you’ve achieved your desired waistline, just like wearing your retainer after having your braces removed, you’ll have to continue with some “maintenance corseting” to retain the hourglass shape you worked so hard for. Latex cinchers and plastic boned fashion corsets aren’t appropriate for waist training as they are NOT able to apply the required pressure to the appropriate areas.
This week’s featured waist trainer is Geraldine V! Thanks, Geraldine for sharing your waist training journey with us!
How long have you been waist training?
How many days/week and hours/day do you wear your corset?
Everyday, 8 hours a day.
What was the measurement of your uncorseted waist when you started and what is it now?
What is your favorite corset to wear for waist training?
What was your biggest waist training challenge?
Start slow if you’re serious.. especially if you have acid indigestion.
Do you typically stealth corset or do you wear your corsets over your clothes?
I do both.
What do you like about being corseted?
Feels like a hug , corrects posture and makes me look good.
Have you changed your diet & exercise habits while waist training? i.e. are you losing weight while you are waist training?
I’ve started eating a low carb diet.
What has been your favorite part of corseting & waist training?
Makes me look great!