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Does The Waist Trimmer Belt Work
Am 25, 167cm & 82kg. I have a disgusting flap around my waist line. I work out but it didn't go away. If there any techniques i can get ridoff that?
Abdominal skin/fat: A healthy diet/exercise regimen are always crucial to achieve our physical goals; however, occasionally some excess fat/skin will remain & surgery is an option. There are a variety of surgical techniques that will possibly be helpful. Non-surgical options may be but less likely. Liposuction fat removal may be best but you need to be evaluated by a plastic surgeon to get specific recommendations! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Spot fat loss does : Not occur naturally. By losing weight in general some will probably be waist fat. But, we don't get to choose what area of body fat is lost from. Eat healthy ; be physically active. Calories burned must > those consumed. Engage in regular aerobic exercise (i.e. Running, swimming, nordic track, bicycling, kickboxing, walking, cross country skiing, hiking, etc.). ...Read more
Any thing that: Gets the heart rate up. Remember if you are trying to "trim" your waist, you are trying to lose weight. For most people, the key component of a weight loss regimen is caloric reduction. So while you shouldn't give up on exercise, first look to optimize(reducing) your caloric intake. Otherwise, when starting out the best exercise are the one's you'll consistently partake in. ...Read more
Can i put on a neoprene waist belt around my billy and my back for about 5 hours during a ceremony ?
Corset: In years past, women used to wear corsets, and they would wear them really tight. You will have a hard time breathing and can actually make you pass out. You can always try. ...Read more
Do waist trainers/body Shapers really work? I've seen it getting more and more popular and want to try it out to reduce my waist even more
No-not permanently: I think these are marketing stunts--they just compress your body--possibly not letting you eat/drink much but they are not permanent and not at all a good solution. ...Read more
No.: If by "work" you mean reduce your weight or body fat, the answer is no. The elastic tension of a neoprene wrap might actually reduce your waist size as long as you are wearing it, but this is a "girdle" effect and has nothing to do with changing your body composition. ...Read more
I'm 18 years old, and wanted to try waist training with those wait clinchers/belts that seem it be in now...is it effective and safe?
Not recognized: Devices to modify the waistline such as clinchers and corsets or not recognized therapeutic devices, and their safety and efficacy are not adequately studied to be able to render an educated answer. Any device which compresses the rib cage and internal organs has the potential to be damaging and are unlikely to produce long term changes in your shape. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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