Most people on their big days want to look and feel amazing, and sometimes having a wedding date on the calendar is a good motivation to go to the gym and get into a fitness routine. You may work out regularly, but you want to kick it up a knot, or you haven’t been to the gym for a while and you want to get back into the swing of stuff.
The best way to succeed is to find a workout plan you like and have someone committed with you to do it.
If you want to lose some weight or feel healthier before your wedding day, it’s important to start as early as possible (at least six months before your date) so you don’t feel the pressure to do two – a – day or skimp on eating closer to the date.
Remember to always approach a healthy and balanced approach to exercise and eating habits. Before you start your workout plan for your pre – wedding, remember this: you are perfect as you are, and on your wedding day you will look beautiful / beautiful.
Exercising is important and should be part of your daily life, but don’t go into this workout plan with the mindset that before your big day you “must” lose weight or tone.
Everyone wants to be in their best possible shape for their wedding day with super healthy hair and glowing skin. However, this means a little more workout, a little less wine and regular hair and face masks. The ultimate diet that you should opt for needs to include eating real food. Go for unprocessed and organic food and you can’t make a mistake.
Here are some of the best quick meals :
- a spinach and smoked salmon omelet
- veggies and scrambled eggs
- poached eggs with sweet potato hash
- leftover chicken tossed with spinach, garlic ,tomatoes
- scrambled eggs with sautéed mushrooms
- eggs and pastured bacon
- mixed greens with pesto chicken salad
- chicken or fish lettuce wraps
- shrimp salad in avocado cups
- leftover beef or chicken with half a sweet potato
- spinach salad and buffalo shrimp
- BLT lettuce wraps
- sweet potato mash and broccoli with grass-fed steak
- veggies and roasted salmon
- cauliflower mash and green beaks with pork chops
- fish tacos in lettuce wraps
- beef or shrimp stir fry
- sweet potato fried with bunless burgers
- roasted asparagus and potatoes with lamb chops
Exercise has become part of your daily life at this point. You probably feel stronger, and perhaps even notice a difference on the scales or how your pants fit. Keep it up — the big day is nearly here! As your schedule becomes more busy, you may find it harder to fit into exercise. If you have to miss, don’t be too hard on yourself, but when you can, try to do as much as you can.
When it comes to workout, it’s best to organize yourself and opt for varieties of exercises. Some days you can do yoga, some days go for walks, lift weights, or go hiking – whatever fits your schedule. Don’t forget that it’s all about changing the workouts up so you don’t get burnt out or bored.
- Monday: Tabata squats, 30 burpees, tabata back lunges, tabata front lunges
- Tuesday: Tabata push-ups, 30 burpees, tabata overhead extension, tabata dmbbell curls.
- Wednesday: Rest
- Thursday : Yoga
- Friday: tabata sit ups, tabata planks, 20 jumping jacks, tabata crunches
Please note that this is only an example of what you can do each day. You don’t have to follow the exact same exercise plan; instead you can adjust it to your desire and needs.
And remember — don’t give up your new exercise routine once your wedding day has come and gone.
Keep it in your life and keep your spouse involved. Maintaining fit together is a great way to bond and remain healthy and happy.