by Avid Thinker January 17, 2013
It is just natural to want to look your best during your very special day. Amidst all the planning and preparations, you may neglect the importance of getting more fit and healthy. However, this is the most important consideration before walking down the aisle – having the stamina to go through every aspect of your wedding celebration and be able to enjoy the whole time. There is also the aesthetic factor as all eyes will be on you and that Wedding Dress – during that crucial moment of your life.
We therefore, feature the right kind of exercise based on the type of bridal gown that you chose below. Work out those muscle areas that will be more exposed and look as gorgeous as ever.
For a Short Dress
Of course, more focus will be given to those legs when you walk down that aisle so you need to tone up your pins through bike rides and cycling. You don’t have to put a big sacrifice though as you can introduce these activities into your daily commute. If however this is not workable, you can park your car to the farthest part from your office and walk the rest of the way. Also take the stairs as much as you can so that your legs will get a better form before your wedding.
For a Backless Dress
Working that back mainly depends on your posture. Simply keep your shoulders down and away from your ears while keeping the shoulder blades at the back. With this easy posture, you will be able to make your back muscles work especially when you hold it throughout the day for maximum effect.
For a Bias-Cut Dress
Since this dress type will draw around your stomach, you need to trim down that area even for a little. No need to sport really rock hard abs because you can actually create the illusion of having a flatter tummy by firming your lower ab muscles. Achieve this at home with the plank position:
Come up with your elbows while lying face down on the floor, position the elbows at shoulder-width apart, and then lift up on your toes. Three sets of one minute daily will do.
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