Hello world fitters! I hope your week is going good so far! Feel free to tell me in the comments section what you have done? This week I hope your weight loss is going good. My weight loss is going okay. I’ve loss a lot of my belly fat. Which I’m very proud of. We all know how hard it is to get rid of belly fat. It’s certainly easy to put on the pounds. All these tasty snacks were fun going down your stomach. But nothing is fun about getting rid of that gut. I’m well aware there are quick fixes to get rid of that gut. There are ways to squeeze your stomach in. As I discovered one day hanging out with my boyfriend.
On Thursday I went out with my boyfriend Jeffrey Skeete. I was wearing a tank top and short skirt. I looked nice. I was just uncomfortable about my belly showing through my shirt. I pass by the window of a ladies shop. It had these waist trainers. “They are not the same as a waist cincher which gives you the delusion of a smaller waist.” I was feeling a bit tempted to use one of those babies to help hide my exposing gut. But to be frank. I’m not into putting a waist trainer or waist cincher on. Not that anything is wrong with them. I just prefer to be natural. How about you ladies? Do you put a waist trainer or a waist cincher on? To me there is just a small difference between the waist trainer and waist cincher. I think they both do the same thing. Which is make you appear to have a smaller waist. I understand the need for a smaller waist. After all some dresses just looks better with a smaller waist. Although my waist is a lot smaller I’m still aiming for a smaller waist. Below are the definitions of a waist trainer and a waist cincher.
“Waist training is a gradual process of waist reduction using a waist-cinching corset. The waist training practice came to prominence in Victorian times but has made something of a comeback in recent years.”
“A waist cincher (sometimes referred to as a wespie) is a belt worn around the waist to make the wearers waist physically smaller, or to create the illusion of being smaller.”
Below are some dangers you should be aware of before you purchase a waist trainer or waist cincher:
While a waist trainer and waist cincher makes you look good and confident. There are some unwanted side effects to wearing the body shaping fabrics. For instance a waist trainer and waist cincher restricts your breathing. Users are not able to breath normally. Some people mate agree it’s worth the pain. For the perfect hour glass shape. “After all beauty is pain.” Additionally a waist cincher and waist trainer also affects your eating habits. You can’t eat a lot when you have it on. Which may cause some weight loss. Futhermore waist trainers and waist cinchers are known to cause heart burns because of the pressure on the stomach. While a waist trainer and waist cincher pushes you stomach in it also rearranges your organs. I don’t know about you but I don’t want to rearrange my organs. Just for I can get a smaller waist. Moreover a waist cincher and waist trainer also “causes rib cage damage.”
Even through all the damages and dangers of waist training. People are still wearing the fabric shaping product. In my opinion its not worth it. You can do it the natural way by dieting and exercising. One good exercise for losing that belly is the plank. It truly does work. Stay tune for an article about the plank. Overall I don’t like the waist trainer or the waist cincher. But ultimately the choice is yours. If you would like your very own waist trainer visit here. Feel free to tell me your experiences on wearing a waist trainer and the waist cincher. Below I have included the “Quick Poll” and “My Weekly Shapely”. Enjoy the rest of your week.
What foods do you eat to help maintain a flat stomach?
a. Whole grain bread
b. Drink plenty of water
c. Vegetables and fruits
d. Food high in fiber
e. Eat once a daily
f. Nothing my stomach naturally flat.
g. All of the above
My Weekly Shapely:
This week was certainly a good week for me weight wise. Although I didn’t exercise everyday. I only exercise 6 days this week. I took off on Friday because I was tired and needed a brake. There is nothing wrong with taking brakes now and again. You need to regain you strength. So that you can keep going towards your goal weight. This week I discovered an app that pays you to exercise and eat well. I find it via my coworkers web-site. The app is called Pact. I plan to write a review about the Pact app. Where I will go in-depth about the product. I’ve been using it for a while now. So far so good. Pact is a good motivational tool. If you don’t keep your pact and you don’t do what is required of you. You have to pay at least $5 to the community for each day you’ve missed. I’ve been using Pact for a while now and I like it. Stay tune for my next blog to learn more!
Hour Glass Beauties: