Why Would I Wear Body Trainer When Working?

I am working in Sports Wear Body Trainer Company as you see.

I am not fat but I want hot and sexy body and I have back problem when after whole day sitting.

I don’t take photos everyday and right now nobody take photos for me,

please be noted these photos are not mine, I just use them to express myself better.

When I come to this company, I notice the waist cincher trainer which is a new thing for me.

Since I am going to sell this product, I need to know how it goes. So I picked the suitable waist shaper trainer and wear it.

My first day is like this video girl. Not that comfortable, and struggling to put it on. After around 3 hours, I put it away.

The second day and third day, similar trying. I personally feel much better when it helps to hold my back straight while working.

And the second day I start go to gym after work for 40 mins. To the GYM, I don’t want to get to tired, I am kind of lazy. So while exercise, I play games.

Usually, I couldn’t stick to anything for very long term, however, wearing waist trainer makes my back feel easier for working long time.

And exercise in this easy way also brings me fun. With no surprise, now it is almost a month, and for the waist trainer,

I am still wearing it. It is the third hook level now.

 

 

 

 

I will keep updating after one month. My waist length is 64 CM for almost 5 years. Now it is 62 CM.

I don’t know whether I can get a body like those model or not. However, I am trying in my easiest way.

So not a big problem to stick on. Let’s see in next month.

 

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‘One bra fits all’ couldn’t be any more untrue, and while many women believe that a workout bra is fit for every breast size and style of exercise, it’s time for you to learn the truth. In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness month, we are dedicating this blog post to all the ladies that want to make their breasts look and feel amazing – even when working up a sweat. Whether you’re an A cup or G, a runner or self-proclaimed yogi, there is a sports bra out there that can completely change the way you feel while working out. Additionally, proper structure and support of a bra can thoroughly enhance and maintain your breasts’ health. So here’s to jumping up and down, swinging side to side without any digging, rubbing or pinching.

The Best Bras for Medium to Low Impact Workouts

Medium to low workouts typically consist of anything from strolling to power walking, yoga, pilates or anything that doesn’t require intense movements or in other words, movements that don’t really make you bounce excessively. For the ladies with A-B cups, bras with a supportive yet stretchy material are excellent and breathable for your light exercise. If you have a larger breast size, opt for a workout bra that maintains shape while also providing you with support. Some modest padding will work wonders, and a sports bra with clasps will make it easy to slip in and out of it without a struggle.5533_006_1-compressed-300x300

The Best Bras for High Impact

High impact exercises are intense; think boot camps, zumba classes, running or any workout that really gets your body working hard and sweating. For the ladies with A-B cups, do not underestimate your need for a supportive sports bra. Your boobs need it just as much as larger breasts do. Grab some bra styles that have cups as opposed to styles that simply stretch over your breasts. While you may not believe you have much to support, opting for the wrong bra will show you otherwise.

 

So avoid feeling discomfort that can also be harmful to your breasts’ tissue by choosing a molded bra that offers breathable fabrics. For women with larger breasts sizes, it is recommended to opt for a sport bra that has modest padding within the cup, and even some padding on the straps to decrease pulling or friction that can be caused from the intense movements of high impact workouts. Wider straps also enhance your comfort while exercising, and a breathable fabric is always ideal to make sure that your sweat isn’t clogging your pores.5527_001_Front-300x300

Tips to Remember

To ensure the comfort, support and style of your sport bras, look for styles that offer adjustments such as adjustable bands and adjustable straps. Adjustable-everything is certainly key for all breasts sizes and all workouts. You want to be able to stretch, bend and move with ease while not having to worry about popping out at any given moment. Having the option to fit your bra to your specific body type is extremely beneficial. That’s also not to mention that a properly fitting bra is crucial to your breasts health, appearance and even posture.

No bra is fit for all, and whether you are an A cup or G, doing low impact or high impact workouts, the sport bra that you wear can thoroughly enhance your comfort, efficiency and experience.

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Can You Cinch Your Waist Thin?

Beyoncé has one. Scarlett Johansson and Marilyn Monroe do, too. According to some, these women possess the quintessential (and covetable) female body shape — the hourglass figure with a large bust, small waist and curvy hips.

These days it appears as if women will go to great lengths to achieve that 36-24-36 measurement. The latest in these attempts is the waist cincher — a compressive undergarment that’s akin to a girdle and meant to “train your waist” to be smaller.

“Companies that sell fitness waist Ljvogues claim they compress your core, ramp up perspiration, release toxins, and metabolize fat.”
According to Google, searches for “waist Ljvogues” and related terms have more than doubled in the last year, thanks in part to endorsements from celebrities, including Jessica Alba, Khloe and Kim Kardashian and Brooke Burke, who claim that these products are the secret to their toned physiques. Women are documenting their efforts to coach their waist to be teenie tiny in photos posted to social media channels, including Instagram where more than 146,000 photographs have been tagged .

Not only are women donning these garments upwards of 10 hours during the day (and sometimes at night, too), they are also wearing them at the gym in an effort to boost their waist whittling efforts.

But are waist Ljvogues the secret to a smaller waist? And are they safe?

Cinch an Inch…Or Seven

While corsets have been on the market for centuries (the first true corset was invented back in the 1500s), they have come back into vogue not only as a way to change the shape of the body but to lose weight. In fact, companies are selling products specifically labeled as “fitness waist trainers” and “sports waist Ljvogues,” designed to increase the impact of your workouts by targeting your midsection.

“Waist Ljvogues are made of latex and comparable to Spanx on steroids,” says Skyler Sandman from Orchard Corset, a leading retailer of corsets and undergarments.

Companies that sell fitness waist Ljvogues claim that they compress your core, ramp up perspiration, release toxins, and metabolize fat. The tight fit also restricts your abdomen, reducing your food intake during the day. Advocates assert that these garments will help you lose fat and inches from your waist.

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The Myth of Spot Reduction

“Corsets do not cause you to permanently lose fat in the midsection; they cause a re-distribution of the fat and organs in the trunk.”
The premise behind these garments is that they “spot reduce” fat around the center of your body. “That’s an exercise misconception,” says Dr. Stephen D. Ball, Ph.D. and Associate Professor of Nutrition and Exercise Physiology at the University of Missouri. “If you want to lose body fat, you’re going to do that through aerobic exercise and a sensible diet. You’re not ever going to be able to target where you lose fat from,” he says.
According to Jan Schroeder, Ph.D. and Professor of Fitness in the Department of Kinesiology at California State University – Long Beach, “Corsets do not cause you to permanently lose fat in the midsection; they cause a re-distribution of the fat and organs in the trunk,” to give you an hourglass shape.

Since waist Ljvogues are made from latex, they also make you sweat…a lot. “When you sweat, you’re shedding water weight, and that’s not fat,” says Francine Delgado, New York City-based certified personal trainer. “People may lose weight initially, but you would have to wear the thing forever in order to keep the weight off and to keep the shape,” she says.

The Downside of Waist Training

“Wearing a corset for an evening to portray a slimmer waist does not seem to be a problem,” says Dr. Schroeder. Yet, there may be some potential physiological side effects from wearing a waist cincher for prolonged periods of time, according to Dr. Katie Nason, a cardiothoracic surgeon at the University of Pittsburgh.

While Dr. Nason has not treated corset or waist cincher-wearers, based on her medical opinion, she notes that constricting the abdomen and torso could impair lung function by restricting the amount of space available for the lungs to expand into the abdomen and fill with air. “When the lungs don’t expand…they don’t exchange oxygen or expel carbon dioxide, and the person is short of breath.”

“Constricting the abdomen and torso could impair lung function by restricting the amount of space available for the lungs to expand…”
If you are wearing a waist trainer while exercising, this could be problematic when your rate of breathing and demand for oxygen is higher. In addition, Dr. Schroeder observes that restricting your lungs may lead to lung disorders, and the lack of oxygenation may even contribute to metabolic syndrome, which can actually result in weight gain. However, more research is needed to determine the long-term impact on the body.

Sandman also notes that these garments are not true corsets and that using a waist Ljvogues isn’t real waist training — the practice of reshaping the body by wearing progressively smaller corsets for two to 10 hours a day. “People get the idea that Ljvogues work for waist training because they look at themselves in the mirror and they have a smaller waist when all they’ve done is sweated out water weight,” says Sandman.

Even for those who are truly waist training, Sandman says that it’s unnecessary to wear the garment while working out. “The amount of time you spend at the gym is not enough time to backtrack in your waist training,” she says.

“Keep in mind that our body shape is often determined by genetics,” says Dr. Ball. “If you genetically don’t have an hourglass shape, you can exercise all you want, but you might not end up with an hourglass figure.” Regardless, the best way to initiate positive changes? Exercise and eating right, Dr. Ball says.

“If you’re not willing to put in the effort, then anything else is the equivalent of taking the magic pill,” says Delgado. “They’re doing that at a significant risk and it’s not sustainable.”

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Why You Need a Sports Bra

Ladies of all breasts sizes, rejoice! This one is for everyone from an A cup and well beyond. While it’s easy to think that any bra will do, sports and non – especially for the smaller breasted ladies when working up a sweat and toning that body, this is actually where so many people go wrong. Athletic sport bras are more than just a highly fashionable item to wear to your next yoga or Zumba class, and it can be hard justifying dishing out high dollars for something you’re going to get all sweaty. However, once you know exactly what your athletic bra is supposed to be doing for you, you’ll certainly want an engineered, supportive and comfortable style from the Anita Collection.

Prevent Breast Injuries
Breast injuries? You bet it’s a thing, and it can result from wearing a poorly made, not supportive sport bra during a workout, and you need to be especially careful when doing high impact exercises in bad bras. Research has shown that a significant amount of women are experiencing some sort of breast injury that is the result of the tissue (your boobs) moving up and down, side to side. In other words, a lack of support. Not only can these injuries be painful, but they can also lead to tissue damage that can cause stretch marks and sagging – two things every lady wants to deter from happening. Even if you think your small breasts have the right of passage to go bra-less, think again. Breast injuries and tissue damage doesn’t discriminate and it is a very real – and serious problem for all sizes.

Support in the RIGHT Places
With that said, support is essential to preventing breast injuries, as well as other discomfort. A lack of bra or wearing a low quality sports bra can also cause back pain. This is why it is so important to find the proper athletic bra that supports you in the right places. That neon elastic band is tight around your body – and super adorable, but it isn’t necessarily serving its purpose. Try to find a sports bra that have some sort of cup as opposed to the styles that just see your boobs and body as one and cover it with stretchy fabrics. The cups don’t have to be padded (but an extra boost never hurts), they should always be fitted. No sagging, dragging, pulling or drooping allowed.

Goodbye Body Acne
After an intense, sweaty workout, you feel great but when you wake up the next morning to find little red dots (aka pimples) sprouting on your chest, breasts, bum and back, it isn’t rare to question – is the exercise worth the blemishes? Well, you certainly don’t want to stop working out because exercise is essential to thorough health, but you don’t have to be experiencing body acne post an intense sweat session either. While there are some
tricks to help avoid body acne from occurring such as showering right after your workout, the sports bra that you wear can also decrease the blockage of pores. It’s all about the fabrics as your skin needs to be able to breath and you most certainly want your sports bra to catch the sweat instead of letting it absorb into your pores. High engineered athletic bras that incorporate breathable fabrics is an excellent place to start.

Of course, we can’t say that without telling you to check out the Anita Collection of all kinds of sports bras, intimates and so much more. You work out to look, feel and be better. Don’t let your bra jeopardize that.