I’m a certified health and nutrition coach with an obsession for croissants and muffins and a passion for helping Brides-to-be, MOBs, and Bridesmaids feel beautiful and confident on the special day they're a part of.
We all know that maintaining a workout routine is hard on any given day.
So, it comes as no surprise that after months of training for your wedding day, all you want to do is take a little breather and put your feet up.
But we all know that once you stop, it becomes a hundred times harder to get back into it. But what if I told you, you could have it both ways?
A more relaxing schedule that still helps you work towards your fitness goals? If are looking for some tips on how to avoid post-wedding weight gain, you’ve come to the right place.
Here are three small steps you can make to keep yourself on track:
Meal Prep is Non-Negotiable
Have you ever found yourself thinking “I’ll just quickly make something after work” and then ended the night eating takeout on the couch? It is always going to be tempting to order out instead of sending time in the kitchen after a long day at the office. So, what’s the answer? Meal prep! Taking the time to plan out your food for the week will not only save you time and money but is a good way to make sure you’re keeping a healthy diet.
Remove “Good” and “Bad” Food from Your Vocabulary
Limiting yourself by labeling things as “good” and “bad” is no way to live! The goal is not to starve yourself of your favorite food but to enjoy all the flavors it has to offer in moderation. In other words, treat yourself but try not to overdo it!
Keep Your Body Moving
I know, I know, it’s hard to stick to a consistent workout routine after getting married. But your exercise schedule doesn’t have to be over the top to make a real impact. If you tone it down to once or twice a week, that’s okay! As long as you’re staying consistent with going to the gym or hopping on to your workouts with me, you are on the right track.
In the end, the first step starts with you. Whether it’s to sign up for a gym membership or to build a workout routine with me – I’m here to help! If you have any questions or want to learn more ways to avoid post-wedding weight gain, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
Stephanie began her fitness journey of training women in 2014 as a yoga teacher. As a certified personal trainer and certified health coach, she has since grown her bridal fitness programs for women internationally. Stephanie works with brides and helps them look and feel their best for their big day. Her programs are accessible through her app, from fitness to nutrition, all for brides-to-be! Ready to feel confident in your wedding dress? Get the free Bridal Arms Mini Guide!
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