How To Measure For A Waist Trainer – Step By Step Guide

Thank goodness that you’ve come across this page…. you clearly know the importance of measuring yourself before buying a waist trainer! Let me teach you how…


Waist training is the act of wearing a garment which extends from the top of your ribs down to your hips with the intentions to flatten stomach pudge and over time develop an hourglass figure. It is no magic diet pill and will not lead to instant weight loss. With consistent use (5 days a week for at least 4 hours per day) the waist trainer can slowly reposition the body’s curves to create a sexier shape. It can also help with weight loss if combined with proper nutrition and exercise

It takes virtually no effort (except putting it on and we know that isn’t always easy..) which is why millions of people are dying to get their hands on a high quality waist trainer.

Most of these products are available online, through the world’s largest online retailer called Amazon. Buying clothing online is easy with a an online retailer that offers A-Z no questions asked return policy and a company with personal and fast communication skills. But it may be a little trickier to buy a waist trainer when you aren’t able to try it…how will you know your size?

It is really simple.

1. Buy a meter long measuring tape, available at your local dollar store.

Luxx Curves - How to measure waist trainer

2. Find your waist by locating your ribs, the space directly underneath your ribs is your waist (the smaller part of your stomach).

 Take the measuring tape and wrap it around your waist. Take a deep breath in and on the exhale, measure your waist.


4. Write down your measurement. Find the company’s measuring table, locate your waist size and see which size waist trainer is best fit for you.


That’s it! I told you it was simple… but taking the extra time to do this step will save you the time, money and hassle of returning a too big or too small waist trainer in the future. See the photos below for further guidance.




Watch the YouTube Tutorial Here!

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