3 Ways to Break Your Fitness Funk Before Your Wedding

3 Ways to Break Your Fitness Funk Before Your Wedding

pre-wedding workouts

Since I work in the professional wedding planning services industry, I’ve noticed that brides are ALWAYS looking for creative ways to break a fitness funk before their weddings!

I find that most brides are like me: they know that working out every day can sound pretty unrealistic with the balance of work, being social, and the endlessly growing amount of responsibilities we have adulting.

I typically go through phases when it comes to working out on a regular basis. I’ve set a routine in my schedule to do something active at least four days a week, and in theory, all I have to do is execute.

But, as life goes, it can sometimes be challenging to make the time.

And once I stop going as often, I find myself going even less until I finally notice I haven’t done anything active in a week!

It baffles me because some weeks it’s so easy for me to work out every day.

After some serious self-awareness, I’ve found I’m a three-weeks-on, three-weeks-off kind of person.

Kind of makes sense in the natural cycle of things, am I right ladies?

The big hurdle for me is getting BACK on my routine BEFORE three weeks have passed and I’m at the point where I’m starting to notice it in the mirror.

I’ve found a few ways to break a fitness funk and to reduce the length of time I’m stuck in my “off weeks.”

3 Creative Ways for Brides to Break a Fitness Funk Before a Wedding

Here are 3 out-of-the-box ways to break a fitness funk.

1. DRINK WATER / EAT WELL

This one is YUGE. If I’ve found myself in the fitness funk, this is always the first step to recovery.

Being mindful to consume more water and eat healthy helps with my guilt of not being active.

In some way, if I feel I’m at least doing these things, I’m only stagnating rather than working against my fitness goals.

It seems silly, but once I do this for a few days, my body and mind are much clearer and it’s a whole lot easier to convince myself to make it to the gym.

2. GO SHOPPING

Okay, so like buying a whole new outfit every three weeks is a bit ridiculous (guilty), but even if I buy a new piece of workout attire I’ve found it really motivates me to want to work out again!

I can’t wait to see how my new sports bra looks with that pair of leggings that I’ve had forever.

Then, once I’m dressed – well now I have to go to the gym! Works every time. Check out these amazing athletic brands for inspo.

3. KEEP IT SPICY

Trying out a new class or activity is another way to spark my inspiration to get back on a regular workout routine.

I get so bored going to the gym every day, so I mix up my weekly workouts to help balance out the mundane.

  • Monday – try out a new barre/spin studio.
  • Tuesday – climbing / biking / paddleboarding / trail run with Panda.
  • Wednesday – go to happy hour instead.
  • Thursday – hot yoga.
  • Friday – gym.

There are so many workout places in town that offer your first class free!

Brides, Here’s My BIGGEST Piece of Advice

Overall, my biggest advice to myself and anyone who can relate is to continue to find ways that make working out fun!

If you’re in the mindset that it’s this daunting task you HAVE to do to be healthy, well, you’re probably not going to prioritize it.

Let me know if this was helpful to you!

Do you have any go-to tips that help you get back into the swing of a healthy lifestyle? What are your favorite studios in town? Best of luck in your personal fitness journey!

xo, Klo

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