Get Your Body Wedding Ready – Stay Healthy While Planning Your Big Day
He popped the question and you said yes? Congrats, your wedding day will be one of the most blissful events of your life. But, every decision, from the wedding cake flavor to transportation is in your own hands. Months and weeks leading up to the big day can be full of stress and a billion things on to-do list. For most brides, planning a wedding is overwhelming, so they don’t take the best care of themselves. And, although you’ll vow to love each other in sickness and in health, I’m sure you don’t want a flu or even some more serious health problems when walking down the aisle. Here are my tips on staying rested, fit and healthy while organizing and on your big day.
Let a detox or a cleanse be the first task on your to-do list. Before contacting any vendor, before choosing the music and the venue, reset your system and eliminate toxins. This is a good start for losing some weight, increasing energy and building motivation. It will inspire you to continue on with a healthy lifestyle until and after your big day and you’ll be well prepared for everything that waits for you.
Make and stick to the healthy eating plan. You’re going to be super busy for approximately 6 months before the wedding and it will be harder than ever to stay on track with healthy diet. Instead of hitting fast food restaurants, prepare meals rich in essential nutrients. Make some snacks on Sunday afternoons to have healthy foods available at any time during the week. Move to an eating plan based on vegetables, fruits, seeds, nuts, healthy oils and fats and other real whole foods. Processed foods and added sugars should be minimized or even eliminated. Instead, pack a trail mix, granola, small yogurt, dry cereal, energy bar and some fruits to grab a healthy bite. Make sure you don’t skip meals, because it can lead to craving sweets and overeating later on. And, finally, don’t forget to drink plenty of water.
Workout. If you’re already physically active, make sure you don’t skip your gym classes no matter what. For others who are more like couch potatoes, not having enough time is a lousy excuse, especially with so many high intensity workout programs available nowadays. Gyms offering this kind of workout pop up everywhere, but online resources can guide your home training, too. For high intensity workout you need only 30-45 minutes 3 times a week. A regular exercise improves health all around, from increased stamina to having more energy. In addition, you’ll look toned, firm and gorgeous! Choose the workout program and regime that match your own personality type, but make sure you’re doing exercise at least three times a week.
Keep calm and relaxed. This is undoubtedly the hardest part, because planning such an important event inevitably comes with stress. Try to find out some stress reducing techniques that will work for you. Consider a hot bath, a massage, a lunchtime walk, yoga class, meditation or anything that helps you clear your mind and stay focused. You can even take some dancing classes: they are both cardio exercise and a way to unwind your mind. Whatever you do, get enough sleep; without it, nothing else will work.
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