What do you think about

waist trainers?


It’s a fad—a really hot, popular fad, but still a fad.


The truth is that some people are blessed with super tiny waists.

But not me, I’m super boxy.

It’s genetics like Scarlett O’Hara in Gone with the Wind with her 17 inch waist. It’s ribs, yours hips and the genes you got from your mom, your dad, your grandparents, your great-grandparents and on and on.

Just like the old fashioned corsets from 500 years ago, a waist trainer pushes your organs inside your body up and down to get that artificial waist. That’s not where they are supposed to be. Do you really think that doing that is good for your health? 

According to Christopher Ochner, Ph.D*, a weight loss and nutrition expert at Mount Sinai Hospital , “waist trainers squish your lungs and ribs, making it hard to breathe…crush organs, and fracture ribs.” Women can pass out from wearing one for too long.

Now, just think about that.

It’s not worth it to mess-up your body to look like you have a smaller waist. It only makes your waist an inch smaller.

No, I don’t believe in using a waist trainer or a a corset.

Don’t waste your money on heavily advertised fads like this one. It’s a gimmick. Save your money and make your waist trim and fitter by doing it the right way.

Get your waist measurement where you want it by making it happen. That’s done by working out and eating a good, healthy diet. Avoid shortcuts like this because in the long term, they don’t work.

Together we can keep you on the right path to permanent weight loss. Avoid gimmicks like this. There’s no magic to getting a smaller waist. You have to work for it. Following the LadyBoss Lifestyle will help get you there.

 

With LOVE always,

Kaelin Tuell Poulin

*http://www.marieclaire.com/health-fitness/a13489/celebrities-swear-by-it-but-is-waist-training-actually-healthy/