December 26, 2008, Newsletter Issue #86: High-Impact Exercise for High-Stress Days

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For some brides, candlelight, warm baths and massages donít always relieve the wedding planning stress. When this is the case, try high-impact exercises to alleviate and reduce your stress. Exercise has a positive effect on stress and as an added bonus, it makes you feel better and provides a great workout. Kickboxing, karate, jogging or riding a bike are great workouts for stress relieving. They are high impact workouts that dispel negative energy, get your cardiovascular system moving and your heart pumping. On the days that you need exercise, but want something a little less demanding, try yoga or Pilates. Both of these workouts will give you the same stress-busting benefits of high impact exercises. Exercising for stress relief will help relieve tension, expel extra energy and get you in shape for your big day.

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