Getting the right size waist trainer will not only accelerate your results, but it is crucial to your health. Finding the right size waist trainer is one of the most important steps to getting you on the right track to your ideal waist. When your purchase your cincher make sure you thoroughly read through the waist charts to make sure you are getting a size that is right for you. Not getting the right size could cause some major health concerns if you are not careful with your waist trainer. Not only is looking at the chart important, it is crucial that you first analyze how you feel when you first purchase the cincher to make sure you have purchased the right size.
When you purchase your waist trainer, before fully putting it on make sure you put on a clean t shirt and try wrapping the waist trainer around you. If the waist trainer can barely go to the first hook you might have purchased the wrong size. You should be able to lock the first hooks and still breathe comfortably. If this is a problem you might want to return it for a larger size.
When you do have the waist trainer on and you can hook it comfortably, try walking around the house in it to see how it feels. Your breath will be strained because of the compression of your stomach, but if you begin to feel light headed or short of breath immediately take it off and return it for a larger size.
While wearing the waist trainer you may see red or dark patches wear the trainer has compressed your waist, but if you take it off and there is bleeding or a rash, there is a possibility you may be allergic to the fabric or it is squeezing you too much. If any of this happens, before purchasing a second trainer speak to your physician about continuing waist training.
If everything above checks out and you have purchased a sports trainer, only practice light training to make sure you are ok to fully train in your cincher. Once again if you feel light headed or short of breath while training make sure you double check your size and return it for a larger one.
If you have any problems with your health make sure you talk to your physician before purchasing a waist trainer, and discuss with him/her the best way to work with your waist trainer.
Below is a size chart: