How To Get In Shape For Your Summer Wedding And Honeymoon

Wedding

There’s quite a bit of pressure to look your best on your big day, and with everything else you have going on, you might be running short on time to get in shape. And that’s just for the wedding. If you want the Instagrams from your honeymoon to break a hundred likes, you’ve got to be looking your best. So while you’re taking the time to plan out the details for your wedding, don’t forget to plan out a fitness regimen for yourself, or even just find time to stay on your normal routine. Here’s how you can plan your wedding and make it to the altar and the beach looking your best.

  • Pick Something You Can Do Anywhere

Don’t feel like you have time for the gym with all the demands of work and wedding planning eating up your time? Then pick a workout that can be done at home, during your lunch hour at work, or even somewhere in public. High-intensity interval training, bodyweight exercises, or running are all ideal for this. They don’t require much equipment and you can simply get up from your chair and start working out, rather than taking the time to drive to the gym and back. Plus, sticking with bodyweight exercises and high-intensity workouts will not only help build muscle, but burn fat as well.

  • Eat Right

So easy on paper, so difficult in reality. The stress that goes along with planning your wedding might be causing a few late night snacks, but if you want to look your best, then you have to get your diet under control. You can do all the sit-ups you like, but you’ll never have the body you want for your honeymoon if you don’t eat well. This is something you can work on with your fiancé. It’s so much easier to stick to a diet or exercise plan when you have a partner, and who better than the person you’re about to marry? That way you’re both looking great on your wedding day.

  • Stress Bust

So remember that stress we just mentioned? Yeah, it turns out excess stress—like the kind that comes along with planning a wedding, for instance—is super bad for your body. Stress can cause a number of unpleasant symptoms, including fatigue, headache, muscle pain, anxiety, and irritability. Oh, and it can also cause overeating and a decrease in exercise. So don’t let stress get the best of you. Try workouts that also involve some peace and mindfulness, like yoga. Meditation in the morning is also a great way to relieve the stress you feel when you wake up with a busy day ahead of you.

If you follow these three rules, you should find yourself in great shape when your wedding, and honeymoon, roll around. For more lifestyle and fitness tips, check out our blog, and while you’re there, use our Pick Your Protein tool to find the perfect Promax bar for you!