|... on Apr 20, 2016 @ 05:45 pm|
I think it is a very unhealthy option.. But thats my opinion..
|I have to agree on Apr 20, 2016 @ 05:47 pm|
It can be dangerous for your body..... healthy eating the right portions and staying active works
|There are better you can do on Apr 20, 2016 @ 06:02 pm|
Havent heard anything good about these products. Sit-ups are a better option. Changing your diet until you achieve your goal. I'm also working on the same.
|. on Apr 20, 2016 @ 06:18 pm|
Waist training is a scam - your body will not contour to the shape of the trainer. It's a glorified Spanx that various companies are using to try to exploit money from women who are seeking creative ways to get in shape. This is why you see so many women who are "independent representatives" working the pyramid-scheme selling of waist trainers. Don't do it! And yes - it can be harmful, cause fainting, fatigue, bruising, and tissue damage when used too tightly, too often.
However, "waist trainers" and corsets can be beneficial for posture and form while weight training, lifting, running, or everyday activity!
|Liluv brand on Apr 21, 2016 @ 02:29 pm|
I have tried and I am currently using one. You don't you is alone, you also have to use healthy diet and exercise. Also most brand mostly the ridiculously expensive and touted brands make unreasonable sizes and their sizing and material used is very unhealthy. This brand uses material that lets you breath and you can bend, but not slouch in it. You have to select one size above your regular clothing size to get best result and this is very affordable. You can also ask the seller for more info. Also read the product reviews.
|. on Apr 21, 2016 @ 04:15 pm|
I used a 'Belly Bandit' during pregnancy as support for my growing belly and for 4 weeks post partum to help shrink my uterus back down quicker and give my abdomen extra support. I loved the extra support, it was comfy and did help my abdomen get back to size far quicker than with my first. I don't think I'd use one just because...but for post partum, I'd definitely use one again.
|Thanks for the advice :) on Apr 24, 2016 @ 05:16 pm|
Thanks ladies! I'm probably just going to diet well and exercise :)
|. on Apr 24, 2016 @ 05:23 pm|
Not good for your organs.
There is a free app called Myfitnesspal.
You can calculate home many calories
you should be eating a day to reach your
weight goals. I really like it. Keeps me