4 simple steps to get a wedding-ready body

Set a more realistic approach in order to get a knockout body on your wedding day. Try these 4 easy activities that will help you get in shape before you know it.

Keep your diet clean
24 Aug 2016

Keep your diet clean

When it comes to losing weight or getting a toned body, they say “easier said than done”. We realise that wedding planning itself is already time-consuming, and probably hitting the gym is one of the last things you have time for. So why don’t you just set a more realistic approach in order to get a knockout body on your wedding day? Try these 4 easy activities that will help you get in shape before you know it.

Detoxify
24 Aug 2016

Detoxify

Feed yourself well with healthy and clean food. Say goodbye to high sugar or high fat food, which includes artificial sweeteners. Blend some fruits and greens that are high in vitamin C into a fresh juice you can drink every morning. And don’t forget to hydrate, simply by carrying a water bottle with you, wherever you go.

Get moving
24 Aug 2016

Get moving

This is an effective way to clear your body of toxins. There are many ways to detox your body, starting from a trip to the sauna room to having a complete body detox programme. With plenty of natural detox programmes out there, you just need to pick a tea or cold-pressed juices cleanse kit.

Get moving
24 Aug 2016

Get moving

Begin a workout routine, simply by setting your alarm an hour earlier for a 30-minute morning jog. Start with a short run and build a more comprehensive fitness plan if necessary. Focus on body parts that need extra care.

Visit a beauty clinic
24 Aug 2016

Visit a beauty clinic

Most beauty clinics have various spa packages especially for brides-to-be, so you may pick the one that is more beneficial to your needs. For instance, if you want to get a toned body, you can try a radio frequency treatment, whereas those who want to keep their skin glowing or merely renew energy to fatigued muscles, a massage therapy would be the best option.

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