Waist trainers have the potential to deliver several important benefits, and one of these is generating body heat, or thermogenesis. One of the easiest ways to create this heat is through exercise. Thermogenesis aids in weight loss, as it uses stored-up energy and limits the occurrence of wasted energy. Unfortunately, it acts much like a side effect of exercise and, under normal circumstances, doesn’t increase the amount of calories spent while working out. It can, however, affect the rate of your metabolism and how fast your body uses fat cells. People have used many supplements and products trying to increase their natural thermogenesis, and waist trainers can be used to increase body heat, affect the rate of metabolism, and improve your ability to burn those fat cells.
The use of a waist trainer during a typical day and while exercising leads to an increase of thermal activity. The additional activity and heat leads to the consumption of fat cells and the expulsion of harmful toxins. For the best results, wear the garment with enough give that you can continue to move and exercise without pain; there shouldn’t be any bulging. Over time, this secondary benefit of wearing waist trainers may be one that helps you build healthy new habits and gives you a great deal of satisfaction. Learn more about the benefits and how to use the garment with the infographic below: