A steel-boned waist trainer is a device for reducing the size of your waist by compressing the abdomen and provides the following benefits:
– Reduction in Waist Size
– Tightening Stomach Muscles to Improve Posture
– Reduced Abdominal Tissue Which Could Be Beneficial For People Suffering From Obesity
– Improved Breathing
How do I wear a Steel Boned Waist Trainer?
The first thing you need to know is that it’s an unforgiving garment. You should not wear it all day long, only when necessary, so as not to disrupt your natural posture.
People who use it for exercising, for example, recommend wearing it before or after training sessions.
How Long Should You Wear a Steel Boned Waist Trainer?
Different brands have different recommended times in a day. Some say you can wear it up to 6 hours in a day while others say you should only wear them for 30 minutes a day.
The general rule is that you should not wear it for more than 6 hours a day and never more than 24 hours in a week. The maximum recommended time to wear one is 48 hours in a week.
If your stomach gets injured from overuse you will have to stop wearing the waist trainer until the injury has healed completely.
How Long Will it Take to See Results?
You should start seeing results in just a couple of weeks if you wear your 25 steel bone waist trainer on a regular basis.
If you don’t see results after 4-6 weeks, it’s probably time to give up on your waist trainer and look elsewhere for a solution.
What can I expect from a Steel Boned Waist Trainer?
When you begin wearing a steel-boned waist trainer you will feel some discomfort. This is normal and shouldn’t last more than a few days. You will likely be sore, but you should feel better after a week or so. If the discomfort stays the same for more than 1 to 2 weeks, it’s probably time to get some new cotton shapewear.
It is recommended that you get your waist trainer professionally fitted by someone who knows how to do this correctly.
What Size Should I Get?
You should get the smallest pair of steel-boned waist trainers that fits comfortably according to several measures:
1) The deflated measurement of your belly – If you are unsure whether your belly is smaller or larger than average, monitor yourself several months in a row before buying. This will give you an idea of where you are starting from.
2) The deflated measurement around your waist – Again, you will likely be unsure of where you stand with the general population, but monitoring yourself and comparing your measurements and your weight with averages will give you a rough idea of how to approach the next step.
3) The total length of the waist trainer – not including the straps – from top to bottom! It is critical that you get a waist trainer that fits snugly around this total length, as it will provide maximum compression. A waist trainer which is too long may cause problems with blood flow and possibly nerve damage.