1. Layer your clothing: In the cooler months throw a t-shirt or a tank top (for the ladies), in the
warmer months you can use a thin tank (Hanes makes good ones)
under your top layer. If you tuck your under shirt into your pants it will help hold
your pouch close to your skin and prevent unwanted movement.
2. Wear a belt when you can: Wearing a belt helps keep your pouch in your jeans or slacks.
Even when you move around and reach up to erase something on the board, the belt will help
with keeping that little guy tucked into your pants.
3. Options for your pouch: Make sure you know and use accessories that are offered for
your pouch. Some pouches release air (great for avoiding ballooning) others come with
elastic belts. These accessories are made for a reason. Use them.
I hope that my tips help out. Thanks for taking the time to view my blog.
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