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BY STEPHANIE MARIE GARCIA PHOTO BY TOM DALY


SPRING is just around the corner, which means letting your legs and arms out of their winter hiding places and donning sleeveless tops and flirty dresses. We know-- stressful enough for anybody. But for a bride? The hidden pressures to “wow” your guests and impress your man can be overwhelming.


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Leap into spring by ramping up your body confidence with a healthy and toned body, mind, and attitude. We all know the basics of health: sleep more than you think you should (8 hours instead of 6), drink water constantly, eat lots of fruits and veggies, and exercise. And while you need a consistent combination of all of the above to see the most benefits, the surefire way to feel fit fast is through


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the last piece of the puzzle-- getting your workout on!


Kyle Redinger and the trainers at Crossfit know their workouts work-- because they all faithfully do it themselves! Crossfit might seem intimidating from the outside-- insanely ripped girls and guys throwing around sandbags and doing tricks off rings-- but in actuality, it’s mostly populated by real people trying to get fit, but often with time restraints that don’t allow for hours and hours at a gym. “Fundamentally, Crossfit is constantly varied, functional movements, executed at high intensity,” says trainer Kyle Redinger. “We think the most fit people and the best athletes are those who can perform well across a variety of tasks.


We want our athletes to be good overall. We don’t specialize in things.” You don’t need fancy machines, a fancy starve-yourself juice diet, or daily 20 mile runs to get the bridal body you’ve always wanted-- by focusing on overall strength and targeting your core (the key to total body fitness), you’ll have a spring-worthy body-- and with Crossfit, you’ll get it in half the time you expected!


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