Planning your wedding is an exciting time, but it can be easy to get stuck on thinking everything needs to be perfect. Having someone you are close to workout with you and pushing you hard to achieve your goals is something every bride needs.
Below is wedding workout plan for bride and maid of honour.
Plan Ahead: The key to a successful self-care and fitness regimen is careful planning and time. In the days and weeks immediately following your engagement with your maid of honour, while you’re hunting for the perfect wedding venue, start planning your fitness routine.
Strength Building: If you want to look toned and strong on your wedding day, a strength building exercise routine is key. So it’s important to start early and support each other with your maid of honour. You can pick the plan that’s right for you in terms of intensity, approach, and body zones to focus on.
Cardio: When you hit the 10 month mark, it’s time to amp up your cardio routine. Most likely, you’ve already been doing some form of aerobic or cardio activity, but commit to a steady cardio workout plan together and pick something you both love.
Six Months Before The Wedding Day: The key is to start slow, so that you don’t get overwhelmed and quit before you’ve finished the first week. Your main goal in the beginning is just to commit to working out. You and your maid of honour can meet two to three times a week to discuss a plan.
Five to Three Months Before the Wedding Day: During this two-month stretch, try to challenge yourself. Continue doing 30 minutes of cardio, but increase the intensity slowly and start working out four days a week instead of just three. You and your maid of honour can also take on exercise classes like Zumba, yoga, or a cycling class.
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From Two Months up to Your Wedding Day: For the cardio portion of your exercise routine, increase the amount of time to 40 minutes. Try mixing things up so that you and your maid of honour do not get bored. Try to mix things up, one day you might want to jog, but the next day you’ll sit down at an exercise bike.
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