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Lie on the floor with your lower abs engaged (pull your belly button into your spine) and place your arms behind your head. Lift your shoulders off the floor and bring your knees up towards your chest. Straighten your left leg out, bringing your right knee closer towards you while twisting your body to the left so your left elbow touches your right knee. Switch sides and repeat in a ‘cycling’ motion.
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Sit on a secure bench and place your hands shoulder-width apart. Slide your rear off the bench with feet on the ground, legs in front of you and knees bent. Lower yourself down so that you create a 90-degree angle with your elbows. Push yourself back up to return to the start position, then repeat.
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Hold a weight in each hand and stand up straight with legs slightly apart. With palms facing inwards, lift your hands out to each side at shoulder height, then slowly lower back down. Repeat.
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Start in a standard side plank with your arm raised to the ceiling. Curl your arm forward and reach round to your side that is facing the floor and then reach back upwards to the starting position.
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With a weight in each hand, start with your arms at your side, palms facing upwards. Bend your elbows and raise the weights towards your shoulders, then slowly lower back down
Looking great on your wedding day all starts with feeling great. Get healthy in time for the big day by incorporating exercise into your routine in the run-up. These days, more women are focusing on weight training than ever - and with good reason! Strength-building exercises help you to lose body fat, correct bad posture, reduce stress and tone your entire body. Here are 5 of the best moves you can do to get strong in time for your wedding.
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