Wedding season is fast approaching. With numerous pre-wedding celebrations, lots of wedding-admin and a honeymoon to think about, you’re probably wondering how you’re going to fit in any exercise at all. Well fear not, we’ve got you covered.
It’s recommended that you start prepping your body 'inside and out' around 3 months before the big day, especially if you’re the bride. Hopefully you’ve found ‘the one’, and no, we’re not talking about your husband-to-be, but your dress. Whatever style you've chosen, we've pulled together some exercises that are key in the lead up to the big day.
Your arms are going to be on show and annoyingly, for us women, 'bingo-wings' are stubborn. Follow these simple steps to tone up those triceps.
If you've gone for an A-line style you’re probably going to want to tone your seat so that you feeling super sexy in your figure hugging dress.
If you’re going for a less traditional styled dress that’s shorter in length, then you’re no doubt going to want to do some leg exercises.
Lastly, if you're wearing a mermaid tail dress, hugging you in at the tummy and flaring out at the bottom, you’re going to want to be feeling slender, light and pulled in. This quick ab set is easy to do at home and doesn’t take long so give it a go.
If you can’t make it into Studio, these exercises are ideal to do at home when you have a spare few minutes. We know how time consuming planning a wedding can be, so we hope this makes it easier to get that wow-factor on your special day. Subscribe to our online workout videos for more exercises to do anywhere, any time.
Creating your own personalised playlists on Barrecore is easy - to start, simply find a video you like, then click the button that looks like this:
You can name your playlist, add as many videos as you'd like to it, and remove/reorder the videos in your playlist to suit your training needs.
To remove a video from a playlist, simply click the 'x' on the video in the playlist view that you no longer want to watch, and confirm to remove.
To re-order it, just click the left '<' and right '>' arrows of the video in the playlist, to swap it with the video next to it.
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