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9/26/11 7:37 A


Other than the hulahooping or spot-toning idea, you can look into some different options for under-the-dress attire. Some slimmers/shapers/smoothers really do wonders and can totally whittle out a waistline. I specifically picked a corset-top dress for this reason. If you don't mind wearing the extra layer, it's something you can try out!

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9/24/11 11:30 P

Hey thanks so much! I really like the hula hoop idea, I'll be sure to try it out :)

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9/24/11 4:04 P

You can't really spot lose, but with lots of cardio and strength training, you'll become more fit & toned. I have a weighted hula hoop that I use and not only do I really like hooping, but I think it does help to tone my midsection, even if I still would like to lose some more weight. You certainly have time to lose weight by next summer; if you know what weight you were when you tried on your dress to know where you need to be again. Good Luck! You Can Do It!!

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9/22/11 9:21 P

I am brand new to this site. I have been engaged for over a year now, and I actually bought my dress last September! It fit perfect... so I wasn't supposed gain any weight, but then with University comes stress, and with stress... well.. eating! I've tried weight watchers, because it worked in the past, but now they have a new program, and it wasn't working for me. So I have been frantically looking for something new, and I stumbled upon My wedding is June 10th 2012 in Mexico. Hoping to make friends and maybe get some tips on good exercises for my midsection!!

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