Things to Avoid for a Wedding Ready Body

Perfection is a myth, yet like the other soon-to-be-married couple you are probably in a pursuit to look at your best on the big celebration day. After all, it’s your wedding which is the most important day of your life.

There’s nothing more desirable than seeing a couple who feel confident with their looks. Every couple wants to look at their best on the wedding day. No matter how many selfies they have taken together, getting clicked as a married couple is something different. The feeling that you’re’ going to get clicked from various angles and there would be a lot of eyes over you, is enough to make any soon-to-be-married couple a bit nervous.

In case you are one of those couples, who are struggling with their weight loss fitness regime, getting clicked for the wedding photographs would surely be a stress for you. If you are dealing with the same, let us help.

If you too are getting married in a month or two and wondering how to fit into your wedding dress, this article is worth your while. Unlike other fitness guides, we would focus more on What Not to Do, rather than focusing on what to eat, what to drink, and blah blah. Experts say, eating superfoods and drinking healthy drinks cannot help you lose weight if followed for just 2 to 3 weeks. In this article, you will learn about how to avoid getting influenced by common myths on wedding fitness.

1.       Extreme Dieting

“If you are over-weight, only extreme dieting can help you shed those extra pounds” – if this is what you are listening to, it’s a high time to unveil the truth. Extreme dieting is not a good idea to lose weight, no matter how badly you want it to happen. If you are a bride or the groom who is looking for some weight loss tips, never go for a dieting plan that reduces your calorie intake to less than 1000 calories a day. Such extreme diet plans always lead to extreme water and muscle loss which you would not want to happen ever. Don’t do it!

2.       Starting Late

Most of the people who have opted some shortcuts for shedding extra pounds have one thing in common, i.e. they all have started their weight loss planning Late. Every planning – be it a weight loss or wedding planning – takes time. You need to go through several phases before coming to the conclusion. The same logic goes here. If you think that starting a weight loss routine before 4 to 5 weeks before the wedding day can help you fit your wedding dress, you are going on a wrong track. Ideally, this should be done at least 12 to 14 weeks before the wedding day. No doubt, it depends on how many pounds you actually want to shed, starting early will always assure you for the best results.

3.       Focusing Mainly on Core-Exercises

Most of the advices you will get on weight loss tips would include undergoing hard-core exercise targeting bulky upper body for grooms and toned triceps for brides. No doubt, it’s important to have toned triceps and shoulders but bear in mind that you’ll have to burn candles in achieving desired results. Why not switch to the whole-body workout rather than focusing on triceps and shoulders? This would be far easier to work out and the results will be better than the previous one.

Wrapping Up

We all know what to do to get a wedding ready body but a few of us know about the things we should avoid. In this article, we have tried our level best to cover the top-most things you should avoid when planning to undergo a wedding ready fitness regime. Dieting, exercising, and starting at the right time were the main points that we have covered through the content of this article.

Hope this works for you.

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Have a Nice Day!!