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Top workouts for a backless gown

There are some workouts you can do to make your back look its best in your strapless wedding gown.
May 14, 2014 | By: The staff

You’ve chosen your wedding gown – a beautiful backless gown that is so popular a style today. Your wedding is approaching and you want to look your best. There are some workouts you can do to make your back look its best in your strapless wedding gown.

Exercises that develop your back and shoulder muscles will give your physique a sexier more buff appearance. One of the best workouts to start doing immediately is a simple weight lift. You can start with one or two pound weights and move up to 5 or 8 pounds. Hold a weight in each hand and do arm exercises including lifts. Complete 5 sets of 5 to start and slowly increase the number of sets as your muscles begin to strengthen. Work out your back muscles every other day or every third day and allow your muscles to rest in-between workouts.

Another exercise that is great for the back muscles is rowing. You can use a rowing machine or simply simulate rowing motions. This is a great exercise for your back muscles. Pull-ups and chin-ups are also good options for creating nice back muscles. You’ll also find some fun and interesting exercises on DVD that include exercises for your back.

When choosing any exercises you’ll want to mix up different exercises with your routine. This helps keep the workout interesting while also working different muscles in the back and shoulders. Before starting any exercise routine always check with your doctor. Muscles weigh more than fat because they are much denser. Because of this you may notice that you seem to be gaining weight as you gain muscle. This is perfectly normal and is a sign that the exercises are working.

As with any exercise routine, it often takes longer to see results than you may think it should. Start your exercise routine as soon as possible so you’ll have the best chance at seeing results before your wedding. If you’re having trouble getting into the groove or staying on track consider joining a gym or hiring a personal trainer. The trainer will assist with the exercises and will push you to work hard to reach your goals.

The staff.