Your planning is not all logistics. When it comes down to it, you want to look your best on your wedding day. What fitness secrets did you come across as a bride-to-be?
Get the Hubby to be to join you. You'll motivate each other when either of you get weak moment. Set goals and accomplish them together.
~ Keira a
Arm exercises are the best way to look toned in your wedding dress. Personally, I am a fan of the military stance. Standing, slightly bend your knees, raise your chin and hold weights at your shoulders, arms bent in a V shape.
I have been incorporating this great new product, Gliders - small little pads that slip easily across the floor, into my wedding fitness routine. They help push-ups work every part of your upper arm, and your abs too!
Keeping a food journal really helps you realize what steps need to be taken for a healthier diet. It is easier to see what foods are totally unnecessary to your diet when you have a list right in front of you.
Swimming is the best exercise, ever. It really gives you a chance to lengthen your muscles, besides, if you are having a summer wedding you get to work on your tan too.
The plank works wonders for abs, even if you hate it!
Do cardio exercise for at least 30 minutes, 3-4 days a week.
~ Carter .
Discover which activities and exercise you enjoy most. If you like walking, map out possible walking routes. Figure out how to fit exercise into your schedule and then go ahead and set a date for when you will begin.
Create and maintain an exercise log so that you can keep track of your workout success.
Enroll in a spinning or power & agility class at your local gym. It is a great way to keep in shape because you have a set time where you are always going to work out, which is somewhat of a motivation device!