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Kirsty Victoria

Muddy says: Getting hitched? Want to look amazeballs on your big day? Then the fabulous Kirsty Victoria is your girl!

Meet Kirsty Victoria, a 30 something lawyer-turned-fitness professional who specialises in working with brides who want to get fit, lose weight and fit into the wedding dress of their dreams in time for the big day. Sounds fab!

This lady truly knows that looking your best on your wedding day is one of the biggest concerns brides have, but trying to get fit and lose weight whilst planning a wedding is HARD… And that’s where Kirsty Victoria comes in – she fully understands this, and works hand in hand with brides to achieve their wedding dress goals.

Her Bridal PT service is a monthly online membership program that gets results by working out when it suits you. This includes gym and home workouts, nutritional advice, food plans and loads more. Need a fast fix, quickly? Her Wedding Dress Transformation programme lasts for 8 weeks, and has already helped dozens of brides feel incredible in their wedding dress.

Need more than this? Kirsty Victoria offers a limited number of one to one coaching slots in Cirencester or Swindon for brides who are committed to working with her for at least 3 months. This is tailored to you and your lifestyle to give you all the help you need to lose weight and feel your beautiful best in your wedding dress.

NOT getting hitched? Kirsty also works with women on 1-2-1 PT, plus she offers a 12 week coaching programme to nail down nutrition.

Don’t forget to use her discount code SAVETHEDATE19 to get 20% off her 8 Week and Bespoke programmes!

We grabbed a few words with the lady herself and asked her what her top tips are to get fit and feel your best? Over to you, Kirsty Victoria…

 

• Find a form of exercise you enjoy! Maybe it’s lifting weights, doing a dance class or cycling – what’s the point in doing something you hate?

 

• Avoid fad diets which tell you to take pills or shakes, and don’t do diets that are restrictive or that tell you to completely cut out food groups – they aren’t sustainable.

 

• Remember, you don’t “have” to change anything about yourself for your wedding – your partner wants to marry you. Similarly, there is no shame in using your wedding as your motivation to get fit and feel your best. Do what makes you happy!

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