Sweating for the Wedding: 6-Week Wedding Workout Plan

It’s here! This 6-Week Wedding Workout Plan will help you get wedding ready! Most of the exercises and workouts found in this plan have already been given to you in this exercise series – so here’s a comprehensive plan to get you started! 

Six Weeks to Becoming Wedding Ready

These workouts can get tough. So we’re going to work as hard as we can for the first three weeks and then take a little break on the fourth week. On the fourth week of this plan, you’ll still have workouts to do, but please note that these workouts should be done at about 80% of the weight you normally use.

This method is referred to as de-loading. It’s difficult to measure true progress when we’ve been pushing it to the limit for three entire weeks. This is why we want to recover for one week and then revisit our usual exercises. By dropping the weight for a week, you’ll not only get a little rest and recovery, but you’ll also have a chance to see how strong you’ve become by week five. And if you play your cards right, by week five, you should see a significant difference from when you began.

Remember, sweating for the wedding isn’t just about fitting into a dress or tuxedo, it is about building your overall health to make you as comfortable and happy as possible for your big day!

At the end of the six week plan, with the right nutrition, you should have more strength, more muscle, less fat, and a boatload of confidence to boost your self-esteem for the biggest day of your life!

Note: All exercises can be found in the Anytime Health exercise library!

6-Week Wedding Workout Plan



HIIT Cardio Workout 


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Luke Andrus is a certified personal trainer, ACE health coach, writer, folk music drummer, husband, and a father. Most of his writing experience is in poetry and fictional short stories, and he also proposed to his wife with a self-published children's book. He is a Narnia nerd with a degree in History, a minor in English, and a semi-obsession with the French language. He believes that fitness is not just about vanity, but about lifestyle, integrity, and the ability to take control of your life.