5 easy exercises to get in shape for the wedding season

It’s that time of the year again, the wedding season and the markets are flooded with people shopping for festive clothes.

While wedding bells are ringing and you are all geared up to rock your wedding look, it is also important to take care of your own body from within. We know, you are already tied up with a lot of responsibilities, so we have though something specially for you.

To give you a smooth pre-wedding journey, we have curated a list of five fitness exercises that you can easily do at you home. These are the exercises that will make you healthy from within and prepare you for the upcoming wedding season.

#1 Bridge: 

To work your glutes and tone your lower body, bridge exercises can be easily added to your everyday fitness routine. Lay on your back, while keeping your feet flat on the floor, hip-width apart. Keep your palms flat on the ground and your hands on the sides. While lifting your hips upwards, tighten your core and glutes. Ensure that your torso is in line with your knee and shoulder. Hold this position for 20-3 seconds and relax.

#2 Steppers 

To ensure overall fitness, you can perform this exercise and you will experience another level of physical fitness. To do this exercise, stand in front of a stair with feet shoulder distance apart. While keeping your spine straight, place your left foot on the step and shift your body weight on the left foot. Now move your body up onto the step as you breathe out. While breathing in, place your right foot on the step.

#3 Warrior crunch 

This exercise focuses on core, thighs, glutes and quad muscles. Stand with your feet little wider than your shoulders length while keeping your toes outwards. Put your hands behind your head and open your chest. Bend your knees and bring your thighs parallel to the floor. Bend your torso to the side, moving your right elbow toward your right thigh. Repeat on the left side.

#4 Mountain Climber 

Take a plank position and keep your hands below your shoulder. While keeping your back straight and hips down, bring your right knee towards your chest. As you simultaneously lift your left knee towards your chest, bring your right leg to the starting point. Continue altering your legs as if you were climbing a mountain.

#5 Supine Toe tap 

If you have back pain, then this exercise can be super effective and an ideal alternative to basic crunches. Start on your back and lift your legs and keep your knees bent at 90 degrees. Keep your palms down and hands at your sides. Lower your right foot and gently tap the floor, keeping your left leg still and back flat. Raise your right leg to starting position and repeat with your left leg.