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Tips To Keep Your Waist Trainer In Place When Exercising

Tips To Keep Your Waist Trainer In Place When Exercising

Authored By Jessica Jones
When you're using a waist trainer, the main objective people follow is to have a slimmer, smoother midsection and a flat belly. But you need to remember, that just wearing a waist trainer is not enough. Combining it with exercises can bring much better results in a shorter period of time. Whether you're doing cardio, weight lifting or stretching exercising, you want your garment to stay in place all the time without pinching, sliding or rolling. If your garment isn't really staying in place, it's an indication that it's not fitting you properly.
Below are some useful to make sure that you're getting the most out your waist training experience
Sizing
Poor sizing is possibly one of the most typical reason why a waist trainer doesn't fit appropriately or stay in place. If it is too large, it can shift. If it is too small, it could be very uncomfortable, squeeze your body and even start rolling.
The first step before buying a waist trainer is to take your waist measurement. Use fabric or vinyl measuring tape, and take the measurement at the narrowest part of your waist, about 2 inches above your belly button. Ensure that the tape is level and that you're not stretching it tight or letting it hang loose.
At Zero Boutique we provide a size chart and description for every shapewear so that you can find a perfect choice for your body. Always consult with them carefully and don't panic if you don't fit accurately in any size. When in between sizes, always choose a larger one, not smaller.
It's also essential to try on your garment at home prior to you start using it. A waist trainer that fits well will feel very snug, but without any squeezing or painful feeling which would suggest that it is small.
Design
Since there are so many body types, waist trainers accommodate their designs to fit different shapes. Often you may not be getting the best results due to the fact that you're not getting a style that matches your special parameters.
Here are some features you should pay attention to: 
Two rows vs. three rows of hooks: If you have a slim and straight figure without distinct curves, it may be a good idea to try a waist trainer that has 2 rows of fastening hooks. If you want to lose several inches during your waist training journey, you might like 3 rows so you have more room to size down. 
Exercise band vs. day-to-day waist trainer: Workout bands are much tighter but durable while day-to-day waist trainers are easier to hide under clothes and also can be put on for longer periods. Try using both styles for various aims, and you'll possibly be extra comfy while achieving better results.
Compression Level
Compression level could influence the way a waist trainer fits as well. Steel-boned corsets are going to provide you the tightest fit due to the fact that they could be tightened up as much as you want and are enhanced with steel. When effectively fitted they should not budge. Exercise bands, as well as day-to-day waist trainers, have solid compression, but in time they might start to wear out or really feel loose when you size down.
Our waist trainers incorporate the best of cinchers as well as corsets with a high compression latex core, strengthened with flexible steel boning, for the optimum compression you can get from a latex cincher.
If your waist trainer isn't very suitable, take into consideration the strength of its compression. A high compression garment that hasn't worn out will give you one of the most flattery fit and results without pinching, rolling or slipping about.
Length
Since female upper bodies are different lengths, waist fitness trainers likewise are available in various sizes. Nevertheless, if you're tall or have a lengthy torso, you'll possibly prefer a longer garment that offers full protection from beneath the breast right over the lower abdomen.
Styling Tips
If your waist trainer still doesn't feel quite right, you might discover that it is extra comfortable if you put on a cami beneath it. This will help absorb the sweat around your waistline and protect your waist trainer from your skin's natural oils. With a thin layer underneath your waist trainer, it will be less likely to shift or pinch. 

It can take some time and a bit of research to find the waist trainer you will fall in love with, but stick with it and you’ll love the results.


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