Hello readers of By Chance, my name is Tyara Gaedtke and I have been a tightlacing practitioner for a year. Not an assiduous practitioner, I admit, but a great art enthusiast. Yeah, it’s an art for me. So in love with corsets that I keep the TightLacing Blog to gather everything that inspires me and information about the art.
Given the invitation, I come through a series of posts here at Por Chance to bring more information and curiosities about this technique so old and still little known. I really hope that you like the subject and that, who knows, someone is interested and start training as well.
First, it’s good to know what tightlacing is, is not it? TightLacing is the name given to the technique of using the corset for long periods in order to modify the silhouette and reduce the waist. The corset used today is an evolution of the corsets worn once and is quite different from the corsets sold in lingerie stores according to Allunitconverters.com.
The tightlacing corsets are made with several layers of hardwearing fabrics, steel fins, reinforcement in specific areas and tied in the back. They were specially developed to model the female waist. In order for the waist reduction to be effective and permanent, with the modification of the location of internal organs and reordering of the ribs, the corset should be well reinforced, the steel fins and eyelets should be close together.
It is a proven fact that the constant use of the corset on the waist and lower ribs ends up curving the floating ribs, causing that with the time the change is definitive. To reach this goal, tightlacing should be practiced with discipline and discretion, as overuse can lead to various health problems.
For choosing the corset some care should be taken: it should not be too high not to hurt the sinuses and ribs on the hour and sit; in the lower part can not be too short, so that the abdominal fat does not accumulate in the free part, creating a tummy; avoid impermeable materials or prevent the breathing of the skin; and should have a diameter 10 cm smaller than your waist when closed.
Those who practice tightlacing are called tightlacers. Tightlacing, besides being a very serious practice, is a lifestyle. Many women go on to use the training corset for 12 to 23 hours a day, including sleeping.
There are three known methods of practicing tightlacing:
Method I: It aims to decrease the waist circumference by 10 cm. But this reduction is not always based on the proportion of each person’s body.
Method II: Reduce the waist to a ratio of 5/8 to the circumference of the bust. The advantage of this method is that the measurements are based on the proportion of the body of each, thus creating a proportional silhouette. It is the most commonly used method.
Method III: Take into consideration the body of people and also their body fat. It is the method preferred by the older women. This method does not produce very thin waistlines, but creates a more harmonious silhouette.
It is always important to be aware of possible problems during training. If you feel pain, discomfort and shortness of breath, you should loosen or remove the corset. If in doubt, consult a physician. Tightlacing is serious stuff! If anyone was interested in the practice it is always indicated to look for a corsetmaker, who is the one who makes the corsets, or who already practices to ask for more information. Training changes our bodies and this should always be treated with care and care so as not to create future problems.
Coincidentally, or not, my second training corset came to me yesterday! My old one does not fit anymore and is uncomfortable to wear all day. So I’m going back to my strong and strong training. The good thing is that you will be able to follow all my progress in this return to training. So every week I am going to share with you my measurements and considerations about the training of the previous week. Who knows, I can not get some more tightlacers here in town!
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