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Weight Loss For Wedding Day

Updated on December 7, 2013

You’re coming up to your big day. Many things to do:

Guest List

And yes…..looking good for your wedding! Fitting into the perfect dress.

In most cases, you have about a year to “get in shape” for your special day. Unfortunately, most brides are too busy with all of the other things to worry about their weight program. Here are a few helpful hints to achieve your goals of weight loss for your wedding:

1.) Make A Plan

People never plan to fail, they just fail to plan. Just like anything else worthwhile, it does not happen overnight. You did not get out of shape overnight, therefore, you will not lose weight overnight. Plan to have all of your weight loss before the first fitting or you will drive the dress people crazy.

2.) Set Goals

Set some goals that align with your plan. If you are trying to crash diet, it will not work. Your goals should always follow the SMARTY rules:

Time (deadlines/milestones)

They are pretty self explanatory. The most important, however, is the “Y”. The goals should be yours. Not your family’s, not even your partner. There is no sense adding any more stress to the situation.

3.) Relax

I know that it can be very stressful (been married 3 times) leading up to the day. Stress produces cortical, which will keep weight on you and it will only start you into a vicious cycle. Take time every day to give yourself some relaxation time. Take a meditation time out or a yoga class.

4.) Sleep

Sleep is vital to overall well being. It's a vital, restorative function and there are vast cardiovascular benefits including it helps to ward off type 2 diabetes and obesity and can even promote infection resistance, wound healing and boost the immune system.

These are just a few tips for making you fit and healthy for your wedding day. If you would like the full report on getting fit and losing weight for your wedding day, you can get that by clicking below.

The author of that report is my wife, Leanne, who has personally helped me lose 42kg (93lbs) before our wedding!

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    • createmyeconomy profile image

      createmyeconomy 5 years ago from USA, Australia

      Gotta have sleep. I just had my 50th bday party! Need to catch up myself!

    • Denise Handlon profile image

      Denise Handlon 5 years ago from North Carolina

      Good for you in the achievement of your wt loss. I know first hand the dangers of lack of sleep related to wt gain. I work a graveyard shift, but they are 12 hrs not 8. In this past year on this shift I have gained a lot of wt. Sleep deprivation is part of it.