Following are some pointers to plan out the most effective exercise routine for some last-minute relief.
A bride can workout at home, join a fitness studio or a gym.
Whichever way the bride chooses, the ideal package requires a combination of strength/resistance training two to three times a weeks, as well as cardio and yoga/ pilates on the rest of the days alternatively, Andpersand reported.
Most women are conscious of flabby arms, stout thighs or a flabby mid-line.
Therefore, it's best to concentrate on these trouble spots during the bootcamp routine, where one could opt for pilates, TRX, body combat or yoga for the quickest results.
At the gym, the bride should do body weight or cardio training i.e., push-ups squats, squat-jumps, plyometric lunges, running up stairs, jump jacks, TRX workout (full body strength workout without machines or dumbbells) or a combination of all these
However, with plenty of shopping and hectic wedding preparations, the bride may not get time to sweat it out for hours at the gym. The best in this situation is to opt for UGI ("U got it. Show it off."), which is a 15-minute workout that combines strength, cardio and core training into the most fun, challenging and stylish way of becoming functionally fit.
It is of utmost importance for the bride to remember to eat right, for which she needs to consult a dietitian or a nutritionist.
Sweets and fattening or processed food, snacks and alcohol should be strictly avoided and she should drink lots of water, never skip meals and eat on time.
--ANI (Posted on 10-11-2013)