Bridal Bootcamp Review
What You Should Know
Bridal Boot Camp is a diet and exercise system designed by the Director of Fitness at Gold’s Gym, Cynthia Conde. Not only does she hold this position, but she is a personal trainer to several celebrities. The program is targeted at women who are preparing to get married and want to look great in their dress. She designed the program based on her research of military boot camp techniques, and then changed them to better fit with brides-to-be.
List of Ingredients
Bridal Boot Camp claims to be able to help brides address all major areas of concern, strengthen, and tone. There are three different plans: a six month plan, a three month plan, and a four week plan. Brides are to choose the plan with the most time before the big day. Each plan will have its own dietary guidelines, exercise plan, and other advice to help you reach your goal in time.
The first step is to determine the calorie intake your body needs everyday. Then, you will choose from the 1300, 1500, or 1900 calories per day plan, based on the number closest to your own needs. Your diet will be 50% carbohydrates, 30% fat, and 20% protein. The number of calories you eat every day should be divided into five smaller meals, so you can give your body a constant source of fuel, so you don’t feel hungry. To avoid nutritionally deficiency, take multi-vitamins, drink protein shakes, and use anti-oxidants.
The fitness outlined by the program must be followed exactly to get the best results. There are several different levels of workouts, but everyone must start at level one, and plan on spending an hour a day four days a week, on military style training.
You can either get the book, or follow the online program for $4/week billed quarterly. You must commit to the online program for at least five weeks.
- There are multiple programs designed for various time lines before the wedding day.
- The program was developed by a certified fitness trainer.
- Exercises are suitable for either at home or at the gym.
- The exercise may be too much for most dieters.
- This diet does not come with a money back guarantee.
- The program does not give you enough good fats.
- The program does not give you enough vegetables.
- The limited foods in the program may cause nutrient deficiencies.
- The program is expensive in comparison to other online options.
- Aside from brides-to-be, this program may not appeal to others.
Bridal Boot Camp is an intense program, that many brides-to-be may not be able to stick with as long as they need to see results. The combination of lots of exercise and a reduced calorie diet will indeed produce weight loss, but the risk of nutrient deficiency may not be worth it.