Fit­ness Savvy

Fit­ness ex­pert Nawaz Modi Sing­ha­nia helps you tone up for your wed­ding day.

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Nawaz Modi Sing­ha­nia whips you into siz­zling bride shape

Get an hour of ex­er­cise each day, per­haps first thing in the morn­ing or last thing in the evening. Your work­out should have a large car­dio­vas­cu­lar com­po­nent of about 45-50 min­utes, and 1015 min­utes of a mus­cle ton­ing seg­ment.

Here’s to

fairy tale wed­dings and happy end­ings! But if the bride isn’t a fairy, the end­ing may not al­ways be happy! And it’s not just this First Lady, but even the groom, the rel­a­tives, close friends and all those in their or­bit, that un­der­stand­ably want to look their very best. One feels like they’re cen­tre stage and un­der the spot­light, and quite rightly so. From Sun­day shoes to Sun­day man­ners, how does one re­ally put their best foot for­ward? So many things to con­sider re­gard­ing groom­ing. Drop­ping the ex­cess weight, get­ting one’s nu­tri­tion plan in or­der, work­ing on ra­di­ant skin, eti­quette - all come be­fore one can even move into thoughts of look­ing like a mil­lion bucks in your de­signer out­fits, fab­u­lous jew­ellery and ac­ces­sories.

While we all want it all, one has to have a prac­ti­cal ap­proach to what one can and can’t do. Af­ter all, there are so many things to get in or­der – book­ing venues, in­vi­ta­tions, the guest list, cater­ers, clothes, jew­ellery, dance prac­tise etc.

Here are some sim­pler, easy-to-do, prac­ti­cal sug­ges­tions that’ll make all the dif­fer­ence...

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