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Monday, November 25, 2013

Mother Of The Bride Workout

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This is a beginners workout for all the moms that need to get in shape for that big day. I've had so many moms complain about their arms because they are going to wear a sleeveless dress for the wedding. I included biceps, triceps and shoulder work in this program.

You should do this workout three days a week so every other day and not back to back. On your non MOB workout days, you should do an aerobic exercise routine like walking for 15 to 30 minutes, depending upon your fitness level. Look at the videos below for the exercises in this workout:




Stretching exercises for the cool-down

Check out these other workouts you might like because you want and need variety with your work out plan. Baby Boot Camp and 12 Minute Workout Using Resistance Tubes

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