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    Waist training

    Anyone with experience using a waist trainer? Results? Protocol? TIA

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    Not myself but my wife used one of those. Tightened it up and wore it.
    It actually did make a difference.
    She stopped using it and the results went away. The body sure is neat.

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    Roelly Winklar just won the Arnold Australia, who is notorious for his bubble gut, he won by wearing a waist trainer constantly. It was night and day for him but thats an extreme case.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2wyRjdhock&t=223s

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    Quote Originally Posted by wellshii View Post
    Not myself but my wife used one of those. Tightened it up and wore it.
    It actually did make a difference.
    She stopped using it and the results went away. The body sure is neat.
    My wife also wants to get one. I'm really struggling to get my head around how it's supposed to work...??? I doubt that it squeezes the fat out of the cells. It can't really build ab muscles. So what does it do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuckTheViking View Post
    My wife also wants to get one. I'm really struggling to get my head around how it's supposed to work...??? I doubt that it squeezes the fat out of the cells. It can't really build ab muscles. So what does it do?
    I think it's supposed to "train" the fat away from the waist. In other words, you don't lose fat but the fat deposits get repositioned. For someone like me (with a wide waist) it might be helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeanutbutterDC View Post
    I think it's supposed to "train" the fat away from the waist. In other words, you don't lose fat but the fat deposits get repositioned. For someone like me (with a wide waist) it might be helpful.
    As in, the fat cells around the waist would get squeezed so hard that the fat content would migrate to other parts of the body? I don't see the scientific explanation for "training" the fat to move.
    If I squeeze a balloon in the middle, it goes back to its egg shape after I let go...
    Looks good under clothes though, it used to be called a corset... or as a clubbing top with jeans...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DuckTheViking View Post
    As in, the fat cells around the waist would get squeezed so hard that the fat content would migrate to other parts of the body? I don't see the scientific explanation for "training" the fat to move.
    If I squeeze a balloon in the middle, it goes back to its egg shape after I let go...
    Looks good under clothes though, it used to be called a corset... or as a clubbing top with jeans...
    It's not a permanent solution. It's like corsetting but not as effective. If you research historical corsetting you'll see women affected permanent changes in their waist, but the protocol was barbaric

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