For beginners, we always tell you that starting 2 hours and day, gradually changing to 8 hours in 2 weeks is the safest way to start your waist training. We also provided a 7-day guide to help your body adjust to the shape of waist trainers. In the beginning, your body shape will be dissimilar with the waist shaper so it’s important to take it slow and do it correctly. But deciding how many days a week depends on what you really want to achieve.
If you feel like your waist shaper is losing its tight grip to your midsection, then it’s the only time you can adjust it, making it tighter. It must always stay tight to properly work on reshaping your body.
Similar with achieving your fitness goals, knowing how long before you see the results depend on so many variables. The variables would include how many hours a day are you planning to wear your best waist trainer? How many days every week will you be planning to wear it? Do you have a diet or exercise plan to add to your waist training? Do you have anything genetic or hereditary that will affect the progress?
A short answer to the question if there is an average time to be able to see visible results is no, there isn’t. We do hear people decreasing by inch in their first week, which wouldn’t be typical for a standard waist shaper. Others, it takes them months and even years to lose a couple of inches in their waistline. Although if you already achieved your goal of getting an hour glass figure, maintenance is still the key to making it long lasting.
Waist training is not a competition of who arrives first in the finish line. It’s a competition of who wins with the best results in the end, which will be the fruit of your time and determination.