A person’s wedding day is the most important day of their life. Not only do they want to look their best, they want to feel their best on this special day! Most wedding books dive into every little detail, from invitation fonts to the perfect color toenail polish, but breeze over the details of the ideal health and fitness plan.
Having taken my trip down the aisle only a few months back, I’m thrilled to share with you a three-part workout series that you can share with your clients that are soon-to-be married.
The Wedding Workout Part 1: Upper Body
Bridezilla Bench Press
Avoid letting your inner bridezilla come out by smashing your stress with a satisfying bench press. This staple upper-body exercise will also give you shapely shoulders and triceps. Lower the bar about an inch off of your chest maintaining a tight mid section. If you need to lighten it up, grab a set of dumbbells.
Want the perfect back when you turn around to throw the bouquet? Cable rows will also help you improve your posture to stand tall and proud. Sit up tall with your shoulders down and back as you pull your hands into your ribcage.
Strapless Shoulder Press
Will your shoulders be exposed on your wedding day? Have no fear, the shoulder press is here! Begin with the dumbbells at ear level and press them up toward the ceiling, keeping your core tight and strong. For less strain on the shoulders, turn palms to face each other during this exercise.
You may choose to skip the pre-nup, but whatever you do, don’t leave out the push-ups! Keeping the body in a perfectly straight line, lower your chest 3 to 5 inches from the ground and return. An alternative is to perform the same exercise from your knees.
Your diamond may not be cut like a princess, but you can be! Begin your pull-up adventure in an assisted pull-up machine, and eventually work your way toward performing pull-ups on your own.
Tiara TRX Triceps
Fitnovatives Blog — Courtesy “American Council On Exercise” (ACEfitness.org) <p>
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