A Couple That Sweats Together, Stays Fit Together: Simple Workout Ideas For You And Your Partner

Working out with your partner has many benefits. A couple that works out together stays fit together and gets sexier together.

Working out as a couple literally gets your endorphins going and instantly bonds you to your shared goal to get healthy and sweaty.

1. WalkingWalking is simple, and it requires no fancy equipment. Getting outside in the sun can promote a regular circadian rhythm, metabolism, mood, and immune system health.

2. Tennis

Tennis is a great choice for couples who need some competition as motivation to exercise. Plus, the fact that your score can literally be “love,” is icing on the cake. Tennis doesn’t require much equipment, just a racket, and tennis balls, and is a great way to build up strength in your arms, legs, and core, while also working up a sweat.

3. Partner Yoga

Partner yoga is an opportunity to connect, support, and deepen relationships. It requires a certain level of trust and provides emotional connection and provides quality time together. Yoga with your partner also helps with deepening stretches and offers physical support as you can use your partner’s body as a prop.

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4. DancingDancing together improves coordination, balance, flexibility, and stability  — not to mention is a great way to impress your friends and family, especially for that first dance at the wedding!

Popular dance options include ballroom dancing, such as the Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot, or Latin dances like the ChaCha, Mambo, or Salsa. Grab your dancing shoes (and your partner!) and have fun learning a new skill while also getting a workout.

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5. Golfing

For those couples that want to learn a new skill while getting in shape, golfing is one of those activities that can be enjoyed together, regardless of your age.

Golf strengthens your upper body (shoulders, back, and grip strength!) as well as improving your flexibility and core strength.

6. CyclingYou and your partner can mix up your bike paths, challenging yourselves with steeper hills and increasing the speed and intensity. When the weather is bad, take it inside with a stationary bike which allows you to control the resistance to really sculpt and strengthen your lower body.

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