Bridal Fitness: 3 Pieces of Exercise Equipment You Need For An At-Home Gym
Our bride-to-be blogger Kristy just last week wrote about trying to find some extra motivation for getting fit for her upcoming wedding—and about how she found some in watching personal trainer videos online, and working out at home.
It’s a great idea—because even if you do belong to a gym or regularly take classes at an exercise studio, sometimes with everything going on, it’s just plain hard to get there. If you have the know-how—and the equipment—to do a few exercises at home, though, you don’t have to stress when your meeting runs long and you completely miss that spinning class you had banked on taking to counteract all the holiday cookies you scarfed at said meeting that ran long.
Luckily, our buds at Be Well Philly just wrote about the three key (and easy-to-store!) pieces of equipment you should have at home in order to be able to break a sweat on your own time, in your own space. And the good news is, we bet you’ve even got one of them on hand already. Check it out here, and don’t worry: You’re totally going to rock that dress.
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