Looking good on your wedding day is what most brides wish for and 10 Minutes Pilates can help you! Regular Pilates will help with your posture which when you are walking down the aisle will give you so much confidence and pose.
Pilates can improve muscle tone, balance (important in those wedding shoes!) and also can relieve stress (very important in the run up to your wedding day!)
Weddings can be stressful times however much planning we put into our big day. Deciding what we really want and trying to please everyone else.
Pilates lately has played a large part in Royal weddings. With Pippa Middleton’s bottom nearly stealing the show at Kate and Williams wedding in 2011.
We know that Meghan Markle is a big advocate of Pilates having done it for years. Although Meghan uses a type of reformer for her pilates practice, Mat Pilates is just as effective. In fact Joseph Pilates originally designed his Pilates equipment to help with the technique for Mat Pilates.
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Planning your wedding
Everything is planned with such detail that for that one day and your Pilates routine needs to be planned in advance too to make the differences you want.
So it’s important to add your training regime into your wedding planner and setting your Pilates Goals
Goal setting is so important and especially as you have an end date in mind! To set SMART goals this blog might help.
The next thing to decide is how you are going to do your Pilates.
- A weekly class
- 1:1 sessions
- Pilates online
- A mix of a Pilates class and 10 minutes pilates online.
Most Brides are usually busy with working full time and planning their big day that adding another regular commitment to your week might be too much!
That’s were 10 minutes pilates online could be your answer. All the video sessions are just 10 minutes so easy to fit into your day. It’s about getting organised and our blog “5 top tips to do Pilates at home” will help you set yourself up.
6 Top Pilates exercises to tone and strengthen your body for your Wedding Day
One Leg Stretch
The One Leg Stretch is a great strength exercise and part of the stomach series.
Double Leg Stretch
The Double Leg Stretch is the second exercise in the Stomach series again focusing on strength.
The Spine Twist, great for making you sit tall, thinking about your posture and mobilising the spine.
The Side Bend, this is great for strength and balance and stabilising your shoulders.
Press Ups focusing on the shoulders, chest, arms and upper back.
The Swan Dive, stretches and strengthens the back, neck and shoulders!
These are just a few exercises that will strengthen and mobilise your body. but help get you body ready for your wedding day. The 10 minute pilates online videos will add variety to your sessions. Videos are all levels from Beginners to Advanced.