Having trouble finding any motivation at all to get yourself fit and in shape for a wedding? You've come to the right place! Whether you're a bride, bridesmaid, or just a guest, you should still be looking your absolute best for whatever the occasion may be! Since most people have plenty of access to different workouts to help shed that pre-wedding weight, but just can't find the motivation, I've decided to focus on some things to help put it all in perspective!
We can all agree that getting started is the absolute hardest part of getting yourself in shape. Ever feel like you just have such a long way to go that you don't even know where to start? You are not alone my friend - I feel your pain. The BEST way to get started, is by setting small goals for yourself. Set a goal and the point you want to reach it by. This way, it helps break it down and by accomplishing those small goals, you will begin to feel that motivation to keep you going until you reach your final goal. Feel the pain during those workouts, so by the time that wedding or event comes, you'll be worry free and looking fabulous!
Like I said before, you may feel like you have a long way to go, but any effort at all will make a difference! The best way to get the best results, is to work for YOUR body. Push yourself but don't overdo it. You want to be able to keep it going long-term - so remember ladies, slow and steady wins the race!
The only thing you should quit is your laziness and negative thinking! Tight abs and firm buns don't magically appear while you're hanging on the couch. Get out and get moving! Chances are, whatever wedding or event you have coming up, will not be your last, so put the work in now and quit worrying about squeezing into those fabulous dresses. Your future is what you have to look forward to - don't continue your bad habits of the past, leaving you worrying about the same things in your future - make the change now. You'll thank yourself later, I promise!
This one really got me! Think about it; it's your wedding day, you put on that gorgeous dress, but you don't feel confident in it. THIS is the consequence of doing nothing. Even if it's not your wedding day and you're just a guest - you should still feel confident and sexy! So, ask yourself, what are the consequences of working out? Don't worry - I''m stumped too. Only good comes from working out and being healthy - so DO IT!