Remember my fitness goals at the top of the year? Yeah those. Well, um. What had happened was…I’ve only managed to pull off a couple of those goals thus far. Like most planning brides, I definitely want to be as toned as possible for my wedding day but the days following my nuptials are (even more) important, too. This is about making a lifestyle change. The truth is I always feel better after working out but the discipline to start is — grrr! However the other day I stumbled upon a Keaira Lashae video. [Read more...]
The most important call a bride-to-be receives is probably the one to schedule their first dress fitting. After months of waiting, I’m expecting my call any day. I can’t wait to wear it again! Most brides prepare for their dress fittings by toning up or losing weight. I’ve been doing both: increasing fruits and veggies intake, avoiding fatty fried foods and even hitting the gym a few times a week. Although I love the results (7 inches so far!), because I’m petite and slim, I don’t want to lose any more weight or gain too much muscle. So I’m switching up my routine: more cardio and yoga.
Contrary to popular belief, this lifestyle change is about more than my dress or my wedding. I turn 35 in May so it’s more about keeping a promise I made to myself on how I wanted to celebrate this milestone. Whatever your motivation, I hope these expert tips will help you achieve and maintain your fitness goals.
If you clicked on this post because you’re tired of popping diet pills, losing money on gym memberships you rarely use, and drinking concoctions that taste awful, I’ll be honest with you. I’m not about to preach about some secret diet. I didn’t do anything you haven’t tried before. [Read more...]