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Corset training, waist training or ‘tight-lacing’ is the process of cinching in the waist over time with the use of Cincher Waist Trainer . It’s not to be undertaken lightly and as with anything body altering there is a right way and a wrong way. Lets take a look at how to do it properly and what sort of results you can expect.

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Corset Training Properly – A Word Of Warning

Wearing a corset is a great way of losing weight, it instantly takes inches off the waistline boosting confidence, which in turn helps the wearer persevere with their diet and waist training. However, its important to corset train properly! There’s no point making yourself uncomfortable by lacing too tight too soon.

You can get back pains, stomach cramps and occasionally faint if your not sensible – believe me I’ve suffered the uncomfortable pains of lacing too tightly. Your body should feel supported and hugged by your corset, it should not feel like your body’s wrestling with it. You should put your corset on and lace it so its snug, then walk around in it for 20 minutes; do your hair, put on your makeup, then when it starts to feel loose tighten it up again so it’s snug once more. You can do this a few times but never put it on and go straight for maximum waist reduction. It won’t do your body or your corset any good.

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What To Expect

You can expect your first 2-4 inches to be easy, it may take you only 1-3 months to manage a 4 even 5 inch reduction but then it can take 6 months to a year per half inch. The body easily compresses a certain amount but after that your constricting internal organs and bone so you should proceed with caution and under the supervision of your doctor. Most people are happy with less than 5 inches but there are extreme tight-lacers like Cathie Jung who has a 15 inch waist.


Corset Training And Weight Loss

The 5 inch reduction mentioned above does not include weight loss, it assumes your already your ideal weight. So there’s no hard and fast rule for what to expect when you combine waist training with weight loss. The advantage of corset training to lose weight is that the corset acts like a gastric band preventing you from eating large portions and therefore requiring less willpower to lose the desired weight.

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Do you need to buy a waist training corset? It's not as hard as it was a few years back. Nowadays, you don't need to be at the store in person. All you need to do is sit at your computer and search for your desired corset at an online store. When looking for a good corset, you will come across a lot of online stores that sell corsets of different materials, patterns, shades, prices and designs, just to name a few. So, you have to be very careful when choosing one. Below are a few simple tips that can help you with this decision.

Steel Boned Corsets

You may find corsets made with steel bones and plastic bones. While you can go for plastic bones as well, but we recommend that you opt for a corset made of steel as steel is stronger than plastic.

Most of plastic bone corsets don't stand the test of time as they are poor quality. Aside from this, plastic is not a good option as far as waist training goes. What you need to do is ensure that you buy the corset from a reliable store. The store should be known for their high quality products.

Custom Made Corsets

Another good option is to order a custom made corset, especially if you are so passionate about your waist training. The professional will design the corset keeping in mind the structure and type of your body. What they can do is mold the corset into your desired shape.

The fact of the matter is that custom made corset are a lot better than the ones already made. But if you don't know your physique yet, it is better that you invest in a readymade corset. Once you know your physique, you can order a custom made one.


While buying online, you may want to spend a good deal of time looking at the pictures of different types of corsets, which will let you know about their shape and suitability. Aside from this, you may also want to check out the photos of girls wearing the corset you want to buy. This will give you a very good idea of how it will look on you.

Type of Opening

One last thing that you should keep in mind is the opening in the corset. Usually, corsets feature metal clasp, zipper openings, or metal busk. Based on your own requirements and convenience, you can go for the right one. But we recommend that you choose one that has a steel busk hole as it will be able to take the pressure better. This is a lot better to reshape and remold your waist with ease.

So, these are a few tips that you should follow to choose a corset that will suit you the best. The thing is that you should go for a readymade corset first. Once you get more familiar with how it works, you can go ahead and order a custom made.

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If you are using an elliptical-type machine for intervals, then I believe that you are not getting the results you deserve. In my opinion, the elliptical machines are one of the least effective methods for losing fat - just as bad as spinning classes (which I'll cover in a future newsletter).

Now you might know someone that is uses the elliptical all the time and is lean. But I will be the farm that they can thank their genetics, their strength training, and their nutrition for their results. I have yet to see someone transform their physique with the elliptical trainer. In fact, when someone comes to me with a failing program, I often see them using the elliptical for their interval training. And that's the first things I change.

The elliptical machine is sneaky, and it fools us three ways. First, you can get your heart rate up really high and easily. Second, you can get a big sweat on. And third, the machine tells you that you have burned an awful lot of calories (even though the calorie counter is likely inaccurate, as was shown on a CBS news report).

So why doesn't the elliptical work? Because you just don't do as much mechanical work as you do when you run or cycle. Basically, it's just easier and less effective. Getting your heart rate up is not the key determinant of fat loss.

Your body is a well programmed machine. It's 'wired' to increase heart rate and breathing as soon as it senses motion (that's why you start to breathe heavily after taking a single flight of stairs - it's not just because you are unfit).

The key factor in fat loss is the amount of work done. Until you learn to separate the influence of the two, you won't be using intervals in the best possible manner.

As fat loss expert Alwyn Cosgrove explains, "The problem is not the elliptical itself -- it's just that it tends to allow/promote momentum (as most people have the resistance too low) from bodyweight alone. So unless you crank up the resistance and actually produce some force and/or MOVE your bodyweight - it's nothing but momentum. So if you're not actively using your muscles to produce some sort of force you aren't burning many calories."

But even then, I still don't think using a high resistance level on the elliptical will get you the results you are looking for. Yet despite their ineffectiveness, elliptical machines and the like remain a popular training method. But that's only due to the human condition - like flowing water, we seek the path of least resistance. We'll will do anything to get around obstacles rather than doing the real work required to overcome the obstacles. Given the choice, humans always go with the easiest option.

Compare the elliptical to the Stairmaster. Stairmasters are more effective but less popular. Why? Because we've found something easier (the elliptical) that still gives us the comfort of a sweat and an elevated heart rate (even if we don't get the results). And now millions of gym goers pat themselves on the back after flailing around on the elliptical for 30 minutes and thinking they've been shedding fat.

Training in your comfort zone is useless. Your metabolic rate will increase when your body is forced to change. The harder and smarter you train, the greater your increase in metabolic rate. That is why you have to do things the right way (the TT way!), to lose fat. As I've always said with Turbulence Training, the key to getting results is making your body change. That means using training techniques that demand your body to change. The elliptical will not cause your body to change. It is a waste of time.

So what works better? If you have my TT Reports, you know I recommend the stationary bike. It's safe, effective, and convenient. You can work at a very high power outage, and that is no illusion. You are doing the work (as long as you are not spinning at a very high RPM - that is another waste of time!).

Of course, you can also use sprinting. But that has a few more risks to it, whether it is done on a treadmill (risk: falling) or outside (risk: muscle pulls - so prepare appropriately).

Some other manly fat loss interval options are sled pulling, Farmer Walks (see photo), pushing heavy objects, wheelbarrow carries, and complexes. I'll talk more about the exciting fat-shedding potential of lifting complexes in my future reports.

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