Working Out While Waist Training

Working out while waist training is super beneficial in maximizes your waist training success.


As you may know, exercise can help prevent excess weight gain or help maintain weight loss. When you engage in physical activity, you burn calories. The more intense the activity, the more calories you burn, the more inches you lose off your waist. . You don't need to set aside large chunks of time for exercise to reap weight-loss benefits. If you can't do an actual workout, get more active throughout the day in simple ways — by taking the stairs instead of the elevator or revving up your household chores.
Creating a Workout Plan to Achieve Consistency.

Committing to a fitness regimen means mapping out a plan for an activity or a series of activities that can be done with consistency while waist training. A well thought out fitness plan will go a long way in helping you to reach your goals. To achieve consistency, you will want to think about the types of exercise that you can do on a regular basis. You will want to exercise at least three to four times per week for the best results. Getting a gym membership, purchasing home exercise equipment, investing in exercise DVDs or buying a bicycle may be some of the things you want or need to work out with consistency.
Scheduling Your Workout.

Once you have decided on the type of exercise you want to engage in, creating consistency means being realistic about how much time you need to devote to your regular exercise regimen. Create a workout schedule that involves at least a few minutes a day for a warm up, 20 minutes for a cardio activity and additional time for strength training and a cool down. You might write down your schedule to solidify your commitment to your exercise plan
Here are some exercises that we at No Waist Clique recommend while waist training.

1. Navel-to-spine pulse
Targets six-pack. Lie faceup with knees bent and feet on floor. Lift shoulders and clasp underside of thighs with both hands; contract abs. Tilt pelvis up, let go of thighs, and reach forward; pulse 20 times. Return to start; reach hands to outside of right thigh and do move with torso turned to right; pulse 20 times. Repeat on left side.
2. Tone-it V hold
Uses fast-twitch muscle fibers (the ones that contract during high-intensity moves and help improve muscle tone) Sit with knees bent and feet on floor. Clasp underside of thighs with both hands, hinge back, and lift feet until lower legs are parallel to floor; release hands. Straighten legs and reach for your toes; hold for 8 breaths. Repeat 3 times
3. Plank/Pelvis tuck
Tones rectus abdominus (six-pack) and transverse abdominus (waist-cinching corset muscles)Lie facedown with legs extended, elbows bent, feet hip-width apart, elbows shoulder-width apart. Contract abs, then tuck toes to lift body, elbows directly under shoulders. Hold for 4 breaths. Bend knees (do not touch ground), tilt pelvis up; hold for 4 breaths. Keeping abs tight, straighten legs, hold for 4 breaths. Repeat 3 times.

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