Post # 1
Hi Everyone, I am getting married in September 2014 and I’ve already been engaged for 1.5 years. I am 35 pounds heavier than I want to be. I can’t believe my wedding is now only 7 months away. I sorta figured if I don’t lose the weight now when will I? I have just signed up to the Bride Body 100 Day Challenge. I’ve spoken a lot to their team of nutritionists and trainers who have all said that a goal of 35 pounds in 100 days is realistic and that is actually the average amount of weight brides lose on their program so that is good news for me. In the past I’ve really struggled with the ‘eating’ side of things but the 100 Day Challenge seems to try and make that part as easy as possible. They’ve already sent me my first weeks plan by email and as well as the meal plan, and all the recipes they’ve already written out my shopping list for me based on this weeks meals, so that’s helpful! The exercise plan looks good too. I just did my first workout and I sure did feel some muscles that haven’t been used for a while. I’m guessing I’m going to feel sore tomorrow. Has anyone else tried the Bride Body 100 Day Challenge? Did you get the results you wanted on it? Thanks Sally
Post # 2
Sally2014: I’ve never heard of it but it sounds cool!
I just started last week and I’m doing good so far for someone who has a VERY difficult time losing weight.
Post # 3
I’m getting married in November and I want to loose some weight because I’ve gotten relationship weight. For me it’s about making smart choices.
– Drinking more water (especially a glass before meals)
– Eating breakfast because I’m really bad about eating breakfast
– Not eating after a certain time (which is hard because I normally don’t get home before 6)
– Working out everyday, even if it’s just for 15 minutes
– Portion control
When the weather is nicer I plan on taking a short lunch and then a 30 minute walk. I sit at a desk all day and that doesn’t help!
I just started doing (I’ve done it twice now) Ballet Beautiful Body Blast. I really enjoy it and it’s extremely hard but I enjoy it and don’t mind turning it on so far. I’ve got the full body workout one so I’ll begin doing that. I think doing that 4 x per week and the blasts 3 x per week should help me out.
I think doing a workout that you enjoy and can feasibly do on a regular basis is important.
Motivation doesn’t hurt either 🙂