I want a small waist but I know liposuction on my waist won't make a huge difference so I was thinking about getting waist training after liposuction to get maximum results, is this safe? would this be effective?
Is It Safe to Get Waist Training After Getting Waist Liposuction
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The more you exercise after lipo, the quicker you see the great results!
I start patients walking right away the next day after liposuction and they can start strenuous exercising 1 week after the procedure. I do the tumescent technique local liposuction and the patients walk out after the surgery just fine. Good Luck.
Weight training after liposuction
Resuming exercise too soon after liposuciton can increase swelling (edma) and possibly even cause small areas of bleeding that produce firm hard bumpy areas. To minimize this exercise should be avoided for 3 weeks. I prefer a course of Pilates style exercise regimen to promote core strengthening.
In general people who undergo liposuction can return to light exercise in 24 hours
In general people who undergo liposuction can return to light exercise in 24 hours, especially if done under local anesthesia. If the waist area is treated, then it is usually advisable to wait several dfays before really targetting this area in the gymn. Always ask your doctor what he/she recommends.
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Exercise and liposuction
You should ask your doctor when you are permitted to restart exercise regimens after liposuction. Every surgeon is a bit different.
Exercise is ok after liposuction a couple of weeks to a month after surgery
Depending on your surgery, the surgeon may say that extreme exercise is permissible two weeks to as late as two months after liposuction.
Exercise after liposuction safe and helpful
Exercising your waist after getting waist liposuction is safe and exercise will certainly help improve your results. Remember, though, that waist exercises may strengthen the muscles in your waist, but may not make your waist slimmer. You have to burn calories to lose fat, so you may need to incorporate cardio. As far as when it is safe to start exercising, let your surgeon guide you. I perform liposuction using local anesthesia only (tumescent liposuction), and I advise patients that they can return to exercising within the first week.