Welcome to all my new and fabulous followers! This week I am focusing on preparing for the big day in terms of fitness. Ugh, I know. The dreaded activity of all:
Trust me, it’s my least favorite activity. However, I recognize that it is something that we need to incorporate into our lives one way or another. It’s a must for good health, energy, boosting metabolism, and all those other irresistible benefits. I have a love/hate relationship with it myself.
Drop and Give Me 50!
Like a lot of people I struggle with keeping a steady work-out routine. I’ll start, then stop after a few days. That cycle will continue on and off forever. I decided for me to get in better shape for the wedding, I needed to join one of those “boot camp” exercise programs. It is the only guaranteed way to keep my butt accountable and working out hard-core.
I finally mustered up the courage to sign up.
5 days a week
1 month of this hell
It’s actually not so bad waking up at the butt crack of dawn – 4am.
It actually hurts a little just typing that! I grumble a bit in the morning on the way.
However, once I’m done I feel accomplished and energized for the day.
I come home before 7am and can do some laundry, clean a bit, read, check emails, relax with Chuy, and then get ready for work without rushing.
This is way different than most of my Wedding posts but I think this can apply for anyone out there. Incorporating activity into your life is an essential part of becoming irresistible. It doesn’t have to be a rigorous boot camp but do something fun. Swim, walk the dog, play with the kids, walk around the mall. I also love a lot of the at-home work outs by Jillian Micheal’s. They are really effective and have helped me in my weight loss journey.
Basically get out there and do anything that has you moving, increasing that heart rate, and most of all enjoying life.
Let’s Chat Loves
Join me in the comments and tell me how you incorporate activity into your daily routine or how you’ve physically prepared for a big event. Talk to you soon!
“When I thought I couldn’t go on, I forced myself to keep going. My success is based on persistence, not luck.”~Estee Lauder~