Time to Jump to it
To help brides-to-be get in shape for the big day, FitnessChicks in Edinburgh has launched its first bridal boot camp with the aim of making a health-and-fitness countdown rewarding and results driven. The boot camp involves boxing, weights, interval sprints and running and was created by chief fitness chick herself, Laura Westwater, who adds, “Ultimately, it’s all about enjoying the build up to the big day, so we make sure that whatever brides-to-be pick – whether it’s a boot camp or yogalates – that they are well supported, encouraged along the way and most importantly have fun at the same time.”
Get in gear
Forget lusting after the latest gym wear on Instagram; be your own #fitspo with some stylish new attire from Ilu Fitwear’s ‘Active’ range that merges super-soft, seamless fabrics with maximum breathability. It includes mix-and-match crop tops, chic and comfy fitted jumpers and flattering leggings all available in bright mood-boosting shades such as canary yellow and electric blue. Bright blue seamless crop top, £30.
Find your soulmate
Desperate to be healthy in the run-up to the wedding, but just not got enough hours in the day to turn yourself into another Ella Woodward? Fear not – help is at hand: meal delivery and juice cleanse company Soulmatefood has launched a Wedding Plan, tailored specifically for your goals – whether that’s vitality, fuel for fitness or just to drop a few pounds before the big day. Plans cost £165 per week – which includes two deliveries of three day’s worth of food per week (you get a Sunday off) – but signing up for a four or 12-week plan will discount the price.
‘No carbs before Marbs’ may be the mantra that the TOWIE girls swear by, but rather than go on a pasta and crisps binge when you’re there, why not spend the time getting in prime shape? GoHen.com has just launched the ultimate pre-wedding fitness getaway for a bride and her mates in Marbella. The Bridal Boot Camp includes four nights in a luxury villa (complete with infinity pool), personal training and nutrition coaching. With personal attention from a trainer, you’ll be able to work out a regime that you can continue in the run-up to the big day and beyond, before chilling out with a sunset yoga session each evening.