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Trend To Try: Waist Cincher Shapewear

Be sexy, confident and poised with exceptional-quality shapewear that enhances your natural beauty. Cinchers, girdles and other waist-minimizing solutions are designed to comfortably define your silhouette, conceal trouble areas and flatter your best features.Discover waist cinchers, girdles and body shapers that immediately sculpt the midsection through compression, while supporting the back and lifting the bust, creating an overall slimmer and curvier silhouette. Experience dramatic results with gym-ready shapewear that also increases thermal activity and perspiration.

From maximum-control cinchers that create stunning transformations, to minimal-control shapers that smooth your silhouette, there is a body shaper for you. Manage your midsection, round your bottom, boost your bust or bounce back from a baby body – no matter what the goal, the right shaper can be the breakthrough you’ve been looking for.

You deserve to feel strong, sexy and secure, every day. And regardless of how shapewear enhances your figure, the most important thing is what it does for your confidence. In the right shaper, you’ll feel ready for anything – and everyone else will see it.


Celebrity “Selfie” queen, Kim Kardashian and countless other celebs are taking waist training to a whole new level. Waist training corsets are having a major moment in Hollywood, and as dangerous as it may be, we can all understand the desire for that hour glass figure. This trend is not just for the Hollywood elite, you can get this coveted look too with a Latex Waist Cincher Shapewear. This waist trainer is made of 100% latex and designed to instantly reduce the waist size and create an hourglass silhouette. This particular style is cut shorter in the torso to give greater range of motion during exercise. The latex material increases core temperature and allows extra water exit the body. Prolonged use of the waist trainer also allows to reshape the midsection into a more defined waistline. My experience: The firm compression fit gives you a smooth silhouette while still allowing you to breathe.

There is a growing trend in the fitness community of utilizing waist cinchers to help women obtain the hourglass figure that is often desired on stage.

Cinchers became popular in the 1920’s and began as a fashion craze worn on top of women’s clothing. It was not until later that women started wearing them as undergarments to change the appearance of their waistlines. In recent years, there has been a resurgence of women in the fitness industry who have been using them in their fitness regimes and posting videos and selfies of themselves training in them. So what are the pros and cons to waist cinchers and are they safe?

The Pros

The waist cincher has been used to shrink waistlines for decades. Many women use it under their clothing to create the illusion of a smaller waistline. Some of the companies that manufacture cinchers claim that they compress your core, increase your perspiration, detox the body by releasing toxins and help metabolize abdominal fat. The advocates of waist cinching also claim that it decreases your appetite (because it is so tight), thus helping you lose weight.

Awesome Fit: As long as you can make sense of the sizing chart, you'll get a corset with a near-perfect fit. There are a lot of glowing reviews of how well they fit.

Great Effect on Posture: One surprising effect of wearing these is that they improve the posture.


Some experts warn that these waist-training corsets shouldn't be used for the long-term, or in place of a well-balanced diet and exercise regimen.

Measurement Mishaps: Some women reviewed the corsets negatively, citing their frustration with the fit of the corset.

Latex Allergy Issues: Women who have latex allergies should still clear of the pieces with Latex.

Inaccurate Sizing: By far, the chief complaint was that the sizing chart was deceiving, that the corset was too small, and that it did not fit well.

When you sweat, you're shedding water weight, and that's not fat, the fitness pro revealed. People may lose weight initially, but you would have to wear the thing forever in order to keep the weight off and to keep the shape.


How to do a Bridge Pose/Hip Thrust with a Waist Trainer

 First, lie on your back with your knees bent and arms at your sides.

- Now, push down into your heels and lift your hips up.

- Complete 4 sets of 25 to target the back, abdomen and chest.

Since waist cinchers are made from latex, they also make you sweat a lot.

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