Welcome to the world of waist training with Sugar Shapewear!
Whether you are looking to enhance your natural curves, reduce your waist line, improve your posture or support your weight loss goals, read this guide to help you embark on your waist-training journey.
What is Waist-Training?
Waist-training is a routine where you wear a waist trainer for 2 - 8 hours a day to train your waist to be more defined, hourglass and improve your posture.
On Your First Day of Waist Training:
1. Ensure The Right Fit
Make sure you have purchased the right fit of waist trainer according to your measurements and body type.
On your very first day of waist training, you might notice that the waist trainer feels a bit tight, and this is completely normal.
The newness of the material can make it feel extra snug, which is why it is advisable to wear it for only 1 - 2 hours on your first day of waist-training to allow both you and the waist trainer to break into the routine comfortably.
Do not wear your waist trainer after a meal, the best time to wear a waist trainer is 2 - 3 hours after a meal.
2. Begin Gradually
Increase your time of usage by adding 1 - 4 hours on the next day. The ideal time to waist-train for optimal results is 2 - 8 hours a day. Remove your waist trainer immediately if you experience any pain, discomfort, numbness, tingling, or difficulty breathing. This means, your body is not used to the compression yet.
3. Waist-Train Safely
For a seamless and comfortable waist-training experience, here are some important don'ts to take note of when wearing a waist-trainer.
Don't Sleep in Your Waist Trainer. During sleep, your body naturally goes through a relaxation process, including your muscles. The compression of a waist trainer during sleep may affect your quality of sleep.
Don't Wear it During Yoga or Abs Workout. Although Sugar Shapewear waist trainers are non-restrictive however it will still hinder you from doing full movements during yoga or sit ups.
Don't Use During Pregnancy. Pregnant women should not wear waist trainers as they are meant to put pressure and reduce belly size which will harm both the mother and developing baby.