56. hedsor.com shredding for the wedding Carly Harris - Fitness Blogger & Hedsor Bride Fitness, for a lot of couples is a large part of the wedding planning preparations! Carly Harris, a fitness blogger and Hedsor bride herself (her and Adam will be tying the knot on the 12th August 2018) has shared a few workout and healthy eating tips below; F itness, for a lot of couples is a large part of the wedding planning preparations! Carly Harris (her and Adam will be tying the knot on the 12th August 2018) has shared a few workout and healthy eating habit tips below; As a bride-to-be myself I know that I want to be in the best shape of my life for the day that I walk down the aisle. I want to feel confident and proud in my own skin and look back on the memories and photos and see that shining through. Not everyone enjoys the same kind of exercise and it has taken me years to find a form of it that I finally love. I go to CrossFit 5-6 times a week, which is constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity. It involves anything from heavy Olympic lifting, rope climbs, gymnastic movements, running and rowing. I love the variety and knowing that no day is ever the same. My body has changed a lot over the last year since I have made training a regular part of my routine, and in turn my self love and confidence have improved too. It sometimes is not always possible to get down to my CrossFit box and train, so on those days I do HIIT training at home. High Intensity Interval Training is becoming an ever increasing popular form of exercise. Why? It is a training method that involves working for short periods of time at a high intensity with periods of rest. It has been proven as a very effective method of burning calories, building lean muscle and losing body fat in just a short period of time. It can also be done with minimal equipment, without any gym membership and in the comfort of your own home! If you want to see results I would recommend doing this at least 3-4 times a week, accompanied by a healthy and balanced diet (I will speak about this a little more later). Try to pick 4-5 of the exercises below (try and mix this up each time). Try 3 rounds of 30 seconds on 10 seconds rest to begin and you can gradually increase this to 4-5 rounds of 45 seconds on and 10 seconds rest (try to rest for no longer than a minute in between rounds).