Waist training takes a fair amount of self-discipline. You need to be consistent and wear your corset with regularity. Waist shaping is not an immediate fix, and it does take time, but how much depends on a list of factors. Let’s take a look at a few of them here.
How much time are you going to commit to wearing your corset? If you are only looking at a few hours per day, or a few times per week, you probably won’t see results as quickly as someone who wears their corset 23 hours of the day every single day. The amount of commitment is totally up to you, and you can increase it or decrease it as you see fit. Start slowly and feel free to increase the time as you get going and you break in your corset.
Diet and Exercise
Are you planning to pair your waist training with some sort of diet and exercise plan? If so, you may see different results than if you were to just wear the corset by itself. Results may come in the way of both shedding pounds and inches off your waist. Just be sure that your corset continues to be a good fit for your new body shape. Sometimes a weight loss requires a new size corset to continue getting the results you want.
Some of us are blessed with genetics that allow us to shave an inch off our waists within the first week of wearing the corset. Others of us have to work a little harder, keeping our disciplined regimen going for weeks before we see the results we desire. Genetics can play a part in the results you see, based on your metabolism, body type, and more.
Waist training is a process, not a race. Be sure to take your time and do it the right way in order to keep your body from becoming injured. Start off slow and add on as you go, allowing your body time to adjust. Soon you will be seeing the results you desire and you will be happy that you started on your waist training journey.