Photo 1. Chest before corset training started
- Front View
Chest before corset training started - Side View
Photo 3. The position of the heart is
reversed due to the copying process. This
does show the rib cage and spine.
Notice the narrow appearing disc and the
After corset training with corset on. Front
Photo 4. After corset training with
corset on. Side view.
The other views (photo 3 and 4) show Cathie
after years of corseting with the corset on.
Notice the wider disc due to the stretching
of the body with the corset. This protects
the disc. Notice the obvious narrowing of
the rib cage with the corset on.
The last two ribs on each side are the
"floating ribs". Notice most of the chest
and heart are not compressed by the corset.
The rib cage is reshaped. Notice the back
remains straight and protected. These last
X-rays are after 15 years of corseting.
Cathie without her
corset. X-ray taken in Japan. Prominent
change of the ribcage.
Cathy’s style of corset is
mainly the Ice Cream Cone — with a very
small conical top section, low waistline and
rounded hemisphere snugly cupping her upper
hips. The result of this type of corset
training has radically re-arranged Cathy’s
rib structure and lengthened her spine
(readily seen in the X-ray photo shown
below). In a recent phone conversation with
Cathy and Bob. I asked if they had a new
“ultimate". Yes, they replied, we are now
GOING FOR 14”!
Cathy J's side view. On the left, X-ray
clearly shows lengthening of space between
spinal rings and midified rib position.
Uncorseted photo on right shows outer body
modification of her torso.