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Two Weeks to the Aisle: Your Healthy Bridesmaid Plan

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Two Weeks to the Aisle: Your Healthy Bridesmaid Plan
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Your body's composition will not change overnight, but making a commitment to your physical fitness will only help you feel more confident at the wedding. Starting your program at least six weeks in advance will help you achieve real results, but sticking to the game plan for two weeks is far better than no workout routine at all! As a general rule, mix up daily cardio with biweekly strength-training sessions. And if you're slipping on something strapless, take a tip from our bride guide; try out these arm exercises that will help tone and shape your upper body.

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