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How To Lose Weight Ready For Your Wedding

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Most brides to be want to lose a few pounds ready for their big day. Not only so that they can fit confortably into their wedding dress, but so that they can look and feel like a princess on this very special day. Getting married is a very traumatic time for lots of couples and the expense that goes with it. But looking your best is one of the things that most brides worry about especially their weight. Wedding weight loss is number one priority for lots of brides.

How To Lose Weight Ready For Your Wedding
Don't leave losing the weight to the last minute, this is because wedding dress alterations can add even more worry to the occasion. If you are about to get measured up for your wedding dress. Ask yourself the question, how much weight do I want to lose before the wedding. If its a large amount, ask the dress maker will they be able to make the required alterations to the dress without spoiling its overall appearance. Some brides have even been known to buy wedding dresses a few sizes smaller, so that they have to lose the weight, otherwise they will not have a wedding dress to wear on their big day.

The first thing you need to do, is decide on how much weight you would like to lose. Would you like to lose 10 pounds, 20 pounds or even more, once you have got the amount of weight in your mind that you want to lose before your wedding day. You need to start making it happen, don't leave it till the very last minute to lose the weight, because you want to lose the weight slowly to ensure that all the weight that you lose is all fat and not lean body mass.

A good target weekly weight loss is 1 to 2 pounds, never lose more than three pounds in one week. Because its almost 100% guaranteed that you are losing lean body mass. If you want to lose 20 pounds before the wedding and its 20 weeks out. Your target should be one pound per week.

You have your weight loss target and the time to do it in, its now time to work out your daily calorie intake to start losing weight. A good way to do this is by searching online for DAILY CALORIE INTAKE CALCULATOR. Within minutes you will have lots of websites, which will quickly work out the amount of calories you need each day to maintain your current weight. Once you know how many calories you need each day, you will need to subtract 500 calories from this amount. By doing this, you will be on target to losing one pound every week. This is because one pounds is equivalent to 3500 calories, 7 days X 50o calories = 1 pound weight loss. To double this weight loss to 2 pounds per week, burn off a further 500 calories every day through exercise.

The exercise you need to be doing to lose weight, is exercise which speeds up your metabolic rate. The best form of exercise for this is weight training and high intensity inverval cardio training. It will be a good tip to take it easy at first and build it up as you are losing weight and getting fitter. If you haven't exercised in a long time, it will be a good idea to visit your local doctor to get checked out, to ensure that you are up to exercising.

Exercising will allow you to lose weight quicker, but its the quality of food that you put in to your month, which will determine how much and what type of bodyweight you lose. An healthy weight loss diet should consist of lean protein such as chicken, turkey and fish and complex carbohydrates such as brown rice, pasta and wholemeal bread. You will also need to consume healthy fats from sources such as nuts and oily fish such as salmon and mackerel.

Follow an healthy diet and exercise plan, lose the weight slowly and you will lose your targeted weight reading for your wedding day. Good luck with your wedding weight loss!

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