[The Best Pre-Wedding Workouts For Your Wedding Dress Style!]

14 Nov 2019



Every bride-to-be wants to look her very best on her wedding day. No matter what style gown you choose, it will reveal a little something somewhere, especially trendy styles such as those with cut out backs and sides. Read on to discover what pre-wedding workouts are ideal for the wedding gown that you’ve chosen.

 

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1) Backless Wedding Dress

 

You’ll want to aim for a sculpted back with this style of wedding dress. Enlist the help of barbell rows and rowing machines to build up your upper and lower back muscles. Swimming laps in the pool and deadlifts are also great for a sexy back.

 

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2) Mermaid Gown

 

When you’re donning a wedding dress as body-hugging as a mermaid gown, your hips, thighs, and derriere are going to be in focus for sure! So it’s time for training your torso; where do you start? Simple - squats, lunges, and step ups are the way to go. These are essential for tightening up your hips, thighs and glutes. Ankle bands are also recommended to contour these often tricky areas.

 

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3) Off The Shoulder/ Strapless Wedding Dress

 

The goal here is to tone up your shoulders and arms. You want to give your upper body shape. There’s no ultimate workout for this area like push-ups and pull-ups. Punching bags are also a great way to tone up those guns. To really tone and sculpt, go for biceps and triceps weights.

 

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4) Sheath Dress

 

Often described as a fitted, straight cut dress, you’re going to want to look long and lean in this style of dress, so quality cardio is a must. Include some HIIT (high intensity interval training) workouts like battle ropes to really get those extra caloric burns as they target the whole body.

 

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5) Ballgown

 

So what you want to do here is tighten and tone up those abs. This will create a defined waistline. Look for classes that focus on training your core. This is key in keeping you standing tall and upright when taking your wedding photos.

 

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Additionally, kickboxing is recommended for a total body workout as it combines martial arts and cardio. Be sure to stretch regularly and give your muscles sufficient rest. Set realistic goals. We promise you won’t regret the hard work you've put in. Stick to the workouts and paired with a clean diet, you’ll be looking lean and sleek in no time!


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