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Work Outs Here, There or Anywhere {Get Ready for the Gown}

Our Get Ready for the Gown section in each issue of WED will help you get in shape and healthy for your wedding day and beyond.  Our fitness and nutrition experts will provide you with a plan to get you gown ready!

In our most recent issue of WED, Trainer Chante Pemberton shares her latest video workout and tips for fitting in that crucial fitness routine to help you Get Ready for the Gown.  Be sure to consult a doctor before starting any kind of exercise routine.

Work Outs Here, There or Anywhere…

Working out to Get Ready for the Gown while taking care of your seemingly never-ending wedding to- do list tasks can be daunting. So instead of stressing over how you’re going to fit in your workouts, try my simple plan of action which is based on these two important principles:

1. Plan your day around your workout. Treat exercise like an appointment on your calendar. If you work a 9 to 5 job, then fill an empty slot either before or after work. If you spend your day running from appointment to appointment, then find a hole in your day and “book” your exercise. It doesn’t have to be more complex than this.

2. Exercising doesn’t have to be a 2 hour event to be effective. There are so many great moves you can fit in at the gym, on your lunch break or even at home. If you make the commitment to work out consistently, even for a few minutes at a time, you will stay on track for your big day.


Check out Chante’s latest video.  Be sure to consult your doctor before starting an exercise routine. 


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