Planning a wedding can be a very stressful time for brides. Many brides do not feel like they have the time to take a deep breath let alone to exercise. By dedicating an hour to exercise three to four times a week, a bride could start to decrease her stress levels and feel more energized and invigorated. Tiegh Collins, a personal trainer based out of St. Augustine Florida, has worked with many brides to help them get into shape before their big day. Below is some information he has provided: There are 3 major components to getting into shape. 1. Nutrition 2. Cardio 3. Resistance Training
Of the 3 major components most people struggle with the most is nutrition. Not surprisingly after doing a little research with friends and family that have recently tied the knot, they agree that nutrition is the hardest part. It seems that brides are having trouble finding time to prepare, fix, and eat meals at appropriate times.
A bride’s nutrition is pivotal. Not only does it play a crucial role in how you look on that perfect day but it also will keep your energy high all day long so that you do not feel tired and stressed out. The biggest mistake that most brides make is how much they eat at each meal. Breakfast needs to be the biggest meal of the day. Not only does it jump start your metabolism in the morning (metabolism is your bodies engine. The faster it is running the more calories burn throughout the day) it will supply you with energy to get the bulk of your work done in the morning. NEVER SKIP THIS MEAL!
If you can master your nutrition you are well on your way to that perfect day.
If you would like to get some more information on nutrition, cardio and resistance training contact Tiegh Collins at TieghCollins.firstname.lastname@example.org.