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Fitness Magazine Features Bridal Boot Camp for Spring and Summer Brides
Mar 12, 2010 (03:03 PM EST)
Brides wanting to look their best for wedding photos can sign up for the fitness boot camp at FitnessMagazine.com
NEW YORK, March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Fitness Magazine and FitnessMagazine.com have developed a six-week fitness boot camp perfectly timed for spring and early summer brides. The bridal boot camp newsletter includes workout routines, nutrition tips, weight-loss plans and more. It's the perfect program for buff brides or those wanting to get buff by the big day.
"We had a lot of fun designing our bridal boot camp and posting info on the site for everything a bride needs to look great for her wedding photos," said Stephanie Jones Wagle, Site Director for FitnessMagazine.com. "If a woman has been on a regular exercise plan, here she will find specific workout routines designed for her while she's planning a wedding. If it's a bride that doesn't do a lot of exercising but wants to slim down in time for the big day, our six-week program will get her in shape without causing any injuries or sprains."
FitnessMagazine.com contains a library of free bridal boot camp workout videos, most of them about one minute in length. Brides will find a boot camp video for everything from specific toning exercises, such as the balance arm curl, to nutrition tips that will help a bride start and stay on a diet plan to get in shape for her wedding. There are also extra moves for specific dress types that provide targeted workouts for brides with strapless, backless, form-fitting, or short styles.
Because brides tend to be extremely busy, FitnessMagazine.com has created a 20-minute circuit workout for buff brides. Between dealing with caterers, booking the florist and attending dress fittings, now any bride will be able to fit in cardio, strength training, and interval training in just over two hours a week.
All brides want to be picture-perfect, so FitnessMagazine.com consulted with wedding photographers to come up with insider wedding photo secrets, from the most flattering poses to strike to what to look for in a photographer. No matter who is taking the wedding photos, a professional or a family member, it's a good idea to go into a lot of detail about your expectations and have a list of what photos are musts. Showing the photographer examples of wedding photos you particularly like is always a good idea, too.
Brides are invited to ask questions, swap advice, and share information with members of the Fitness Magazine community on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/fitnessmag.
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