Do Waist Trainers Help With Back Fat?

Chances are you have stumbled upon this page looking for a reason why getting your first waist trainer is a good and solid investment. Maybe you have already read about how waist training helps you slip into snug jeans or can have you looking extra toned in that body hugging dress. Perhaps you heard of how it can do wonders for your workout routine at the gym or really amp up the home exercises you try to squeeze in between chores. All of those are definitely true, but there is still much more to it.

Do Waist Trainers Help With Back Fat?

Can waist training help you lose weight?

Yes, it can. A waist trainer can offer both instant and long-term results, the latter depending on how consistent you go about your waist training routine. When we say instant results, we are talking anywhere between one to three inches off your waistline just by putting it on.

When it comes to long-term weight loss benefits, waist training has a few factors that fall into play:

  1. Constricting your abdomen makes your stomach narrower, which means there is less room for intake. Because of this, you will often feel full with smaller portions and easily take in fewer calories.
  2. Wearing a compression band activates and retains heat, leading you to perspire around your core. By pairing this with your workouts, you will shed off excess water weight and maximize every move.
  3. A cincher is a body modification tool that gently pulls in your two lower ribs, otherwise known as your floating ribs, and also safely nudges your internal organs to follow suit. This is perfectly natural and harmless to your health, very similar to how a pregnant woman’s body adapts to a growing baby. With time and consistency, your abdomen will mold to its new shape and take form.

Can waist training target specific areas to lose body fat?

With the combination listed above, a regular routine plus a good level of calorie deficit will make you lose weight in most if not all areas of your body. However, the areas your cincher covers will understandably receive most of the attention; these being your waist, stomach, back, and breasts if wearing an overbust.

How can waist trainers help with back fat specifically?

First off, make sure your chosen compression band covers a good amount of where your back fat is located. By being enclosed in the band, it reaps the heat retention benefits and will start sweating out.

Second, do some back fat exercises with your compression band on to really maximize your workout and lose those stubborn areas! Here are the top 3 we recommend you start off with:

  1. Reverse Fly
    • Stand with your feet a shoulder-width apart.
    • Move your pelvis back and chest forward until parallel to the floor.
    • Hold dumbbells on each hand, palms facing each other.
    • Let weights hang down then raise your arms sideways, squeezing your shoulder blades together but not bent up to your ears.
    • Inhale while lowering arms back.
  2. Bent Over Rows
    • Stand with your feet a shoulder-width apart.
    • Bend your knees then bend down with your back and neck straight.
    • Grab the barbell or dumbbells and lift them up until your chest.
    • Slowly lower back down.
    • Repeat
  3. Back Extension
    • Lie on your front, hands on your temples, elbows bent out to the sides.
    • Engage your core then lift your chest off the ground while squeezing your shoulder blades together.
    • Slowly lower back down.

Waist trainers you need in your closet

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