If you have not already heard, womens waist training is one of the many ways celebrities and fitness enthusiasts stay in shape all year round – most especially after the holidays. So if one of your new year’s resolutions is to finally get rid of that bulge and trim your way down to a healthier lifestyle, then this guide is definitely for you. Below, we discuss the top 3 best waist trainers for both beginners and seasoned users for the year 2022.
How many cinchers do you need?
Before we get down to the details, exactly how many compression bands are essential to an effective waist training routine? We highly recommend investing in between 2 to 3 pieces, for the following reasons:
Cinchers are designed to make you sweat around your abdominal area. In order to prevent bacteria from building up or developing any rashes from using filthy garments, you should wash your waist trainer after every use. While your first piece properly dries off, you can use the second one so you will not have to miss a day of waist training.
- Extends life expectancy
By alternating between compression bands, you can extend the life of each piece and reduce wear and tear. Making this investment worthwhile as your products can be of use for much longer periods.
- Specific uses and occasions
Some waist trainers are better suited for physical activity, while others are best for slipping into a tight dress or accentuating your outfit. Either is still effective for a waist training routine, but the material matters per occasion.
First on our list is the most versatile and convenient option, the latex everyday trainer. Experienced users and those just about to start waist training can utilize this since it is easiest to adjust to and is adaptable. You may wear it to the office, school, out on errands, to the gym, while at home, and just about anywhere else!
It is very flexible yet keeps a snug hold around your waist; it also helps stimulate perspiration and slowly tone down your stomach.
Next on our list is another highly flexible piece, but this one is made out of neoprene fabric. This material has an edge over the rest since it has extra heat retention capabilities that aid in shedding out water weight much faster. Many fitness enthusiasts use one not only to intensify their workout routine but also as back support when lifting.
To complete the lineup, this piece is better suited for experienced trainers as it features multiple flexi steel bones embedded within a breathable fabric. The bones are in place to hold the hourglass figure by means of extra compression and durability. While the material itself will not hinder your mobility, it is not recommended to work out or perform physical activities in a corset in order to prevent injury or warping the garment.
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Hannah - Manager at Hourglass
Hannah is a certified personal trainer based in Australia. Since 2017 she has inspired women across the nation through honest & educational content. Her dietary and fitness expertise are trusted across the fitness community.