We are pleased to offer a variety of workouts for brides based on your the type of dress you will select. When it comes to wedding fashion, backless dresses and strapless gowns are all the rage the days. These sexy styles give you a chance to show some muscle on your big day and we have strength training plans to whip your arms and upper back into shape.

The fitness regimen of this program involves 2-4 training sessions a week. Workouts will consist of body weight training, strength training, cardio and interval training.which consist of military drills and cardio conditioning to help burn fat, increase endurance, and build lean muscle mass. Our results work within a 6 to 12 week period. Our program is designed to show results immediately. This is not only good for the final goal of looking great for your wedding day but also helps people stay motivated. 

Philadelphia Personal Trainer Work Out For Brides

 With 4 intense workout sessions a week, a personalized meal plan, and the support of fellow brides on the same program – Bridal Boot Camp is the perfect healthy way to walk down that aisle looking your best inside and out!

In case you’re still skeptical, we’ve provided readers with the below sample of what you might be in for during her boot camp. I tried this plan for just 7 days and lost a solid 2 pounds without feeling any hunger pangs or typical dieting irritability – it’s definitely worth a try for brides and non-brides alike.

 I have to say the bootcamp was the best thing I did. I was in such a rut. I would spend 2 hours in the gym and not see anything. I was bored. This really got me
past my boredom. Bootcamp was fun. Jeffery made it motivational and educational.

I totally look at fitness different now. I look forward to working with you again at another bootcamp.

Laura Steinbach

Philadelphia (Northern Liberties)


Every bride-to-be wants to look her very best on her wedding day. Whether you are six months out or six weeks out from your special day, we can help. We will custom design a workout and provide you with a nutritional plan that will havve you looking your best on your special day.
Although wedding dresses vary in looks, they typically stay in within the look of 4 types of dresses. Follow what we prescribe working out 2-4 times a week you will look tight and toned on your big day.
We will design a workout based on one of these four dress styles (if you have chosen one) to shape you.

1- Open back: Open back dresses feature—what else—your back. To target those muscles (Latissimus dorsi, Trapezius, Teres, Rhomboideus, Deltoideus)

2- Sweetheart neckline: Deep sweetheart necklines feature your upper chest (Pectoralis major, Anterior deltoid) muscles
Arm-Baring Dresses

3- Arm-baring (halter, strapless, spaghetti straps): Depending on your dress style (halter, strapless, spaghetti straps, etc.), this type of dress places a lot of emphasis on the arm and shoulder muscles (Biceps, Brachialis, Deltoids, Triceps). If your dress also shows a lot of chest (strapless) or back (halter), try to incorporate moves from the other dress sections as well.

4- Form-fitting or Sheath gown: Depending on your dress style (halter, strapless, spaghetti straps, etc.), this type of dress places a lot of emphasis on the arm and shoulder muscles (Biceps, Brachialis, Deltoids, Triceps). If your dress also shows a lot of chest (strapless) or back (halter), try to incorporate moves from the other dress sections as well.

Form-Fitted Dresses & Sheath Gowns
These dress styles cling to the body, placing more emphasis on the areas that are typically considered problems for many women—belly, hips, thighs, and butt. These four moves focus on those muscles (Abdominals, Gluteus medius & maximus, Tensor fascia lata, Obliques, Quadriceps, Hamstrings.

After doing as little as 4 weeks of our program you should really see a difference! . Good luck and congratulations on making your body happily ever after. We look forwared to serving you.

To Get Started: Download the registration paper work from the following link and bring it with you.
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