Workout regime for a bride-to-be

We have chalked out simple workout and diet plan to prep you for one of the most important days of your life.

As the brides-to-be, there is enough pressure on you. But if pressure could make you lose some flab, you would have turned into Kate Moss, right? But there’s no need to worry as we chalk out a simple, yet effective workout and diet plan for you…to prep your for one of the most important days of your life. Ladies, let’s do it!

Plenty of water:

Yes, this age old method will not only help you fight weight issues, but also make your skin glow. Start drinking plenty of water at least three months before the D day to get rid of acne, blemishes and dryness. And whenever you want to reach out for a quick snack, take a couple of sips of water. This will prevent you from snacking in between meals. The thumb rule is to divide your weight in half and consume that many ounces of water (remember one litre of water is about 33 ounces).


Get up early and start cycling your way to good health. It helps tone you legs, arms and maintains your posture too. But don’t binge on junk post a workout session as it will pile up more kilos. Cycling early morning is the best as you’re fresh and have lot of energy to spare.

No sugar, please!

Fight flab by cutting down on sugar. Give desserts and sweets a royal miss and wait until you wedding day to dig into a yummy cake. Go sugarless even in your tea/coffee/milk. Swap regular sugar for sugarless and drink juices minus any artificial sweetening. The sweetness from fruits is harmless, so eat fruits to put an end to your cravings!

No junk at all

If you want to get into shape, you must say no to pizza, cola, burger and the like. The cheese and dep fried patty can throw your wedding plans out of gear as you won’t be able to fit into your wedding finery. Start cutting down at least three months before you walk down the aisle. You can maintain a chart that will help you keep a tab on your junk intake.

Salsa classes:

You can join Bollywood dancing or salsa or any of the fancy routines you have wanted to learn. It will not only help you shed kilos, but also come in handy during your sangeet or the first dance with your hubby dearest. Neat!

Play a sport:

For this activity, you can rope your fiancé too! Play any physical sport that you both enjoy and you will be getting into shape without putting too much stress on the word ‘shape’. What’s more…you can connect with your husband-to-be too!



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