Get In Shape For Your Wedding

    Published: 06-16-2009
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    This video will show you specific exercises that will help you get toned for your Wedding Day.

    Angel Stone: Hi! I am Angel Stone with the Eshe Body Center. I am going to show you how to get in shape for your wedding day. As you know your wedding day is one of the most important moments of your life, so its critical that you look and feel your absolute best. I am going to help you do that. The exercises that I will show you will highlight those muscles that are seen in your wedding dress. I am also going to give you some exercises for your abs and your lower body, so that you feel fabulous from head to toe. These are the exercises that we will start with.

    We will do the double shoulder press and the reverse fly. Then we will move on to push-ups and the chest fly on the ball. We will do an RDL with row and the plank rotation. We will also do a jackknife on the ball and the core rotation with dumbbells. Then we will move to the legs and we will do a set of split jumps and also side lunge. Finally, we will end with woodchoppers and a reverse lunge with the shoulder extension.

    All of these exercises should be started about 16 weeks prior to your actual wedding date, but the earlier you will start, the sooner you will see the results. I encourage you to do three sets of each exercise aiming for between 12 and 15 repetitions of each one. You dont have to belong to a gym to do this workout, you can do it anywhere. All you need is plenty of space, a stability ball, a pair of dumbbells and exercise mat. Remember, before you start any exercise program, make sure you consult your physician. Before we get started, I want to tell you a little about myself. I have a Masters degree in Kinesiology and I have been a personal trainer for over 6 years. I am also a spinning instructor, a dance teacher, and a certified group exercise instructor. Enough about me, lets get on to you. Lets get you in the best possible shape for your wedding day. Lets get started.