Monday, April 12, 2010

Bridal Bootcamp

Hey everyone!

I wanted to take a quick minute to let all of you know about this great new program Fitness Magazine is putting out.  It's been dubbed a "Bridal Bootcamp."  Honestly, it's a great idea if you're a Bride to be, but ANYONE can take advantage of the program.

For many women, their wedding day is one of the of the most important events in their life.  To help with this momentous occasion FitnessMagazine.com has developed a six-week fitness boot camp perfectly timed for spring and early summer brides.

The highlights of the program are:
Bridal boot camp workout videos - everything from specific toning exercises, such as the balance arm curl, to nutrition tips. Most of them about one minute in length
Extra moves for specific dress types -  targeted workouts for brides with strapless, backless, form-fitting, or short styles.

Finally, 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.

I'll be back later this week with some updates on the studio.  Tomorrow:  Paint!

~Jenn

7 comments:

Rob Dyess said...

Is six weeks long enough?

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ARJules said...

Okay... for me? I'd have to do about 10 rounds of those 6-week courses to get my body toned up! lol But those sound great! Thanks for posting! :)

Sarah said...

Can't wait to see how the studio is coming!

Claire Dawn said...

Wow, interesting. They're really trying to do something for everyone in the fitness world.

Ashley said...

Thanks for the post! I'm getting married next year, but I'm trying to get in better shape this summer so I can maintain through the winter.

This will help a ton!

Trainer T.s Fitness said...

I read about this a while back on how to train this bootcamp.

I wondered also if the 6 weeks was enough training and how long each class was since most bootcamps are 1 hour.

Thanks for the review on this!
T.

LiLu said...

I will be filing this away for "someday"!!