Fitness Rule 2 - Who train together stay together
Even the science proves that working out with the special someone won’t just make you both fitter, but you’ll fit better together.
Dr. Jane Greer, a marriage and relationship psychotherapist, says that “when a couple works out together, the actual exercise itself can physically and emotionally have a positive impact”.
"[..] Both partners come away with feelings of synchronicity, cooperative spirit and shared passion. Then you throw in some spicy endorphins and it can be a real power trip for the relationship.”
That time you would spend at the gym suddenly becomes “us” time, and that otherwise-boring walk you were planning to take after dinner becomes more fun with good company.
Plus, you’ll share some of the added benefits of working out, like less stress, better sleep and a sharper brain, all of which can only help you as you navigate the years together.
“This will definitely impact your sex life because exercising helps people feel better,” she said. “It alleviates stress and gives you more energy; you feel better about yourself and your self-esteem increases. If you’re feeling all of that when you’re with your partner, the logical thing is to share that desirability and sexual companionship.”
The other bonus for couples who exercise together? It can be a good way to work through any conflicts. “When you come away from a class with a renewed sense of strength and control, and you see your partner doing the same thing, it’s easier to look at a problem and say, let’s work this through", says Greer.
The bottom line is I want you to train together and stay happy together.
I'm going the extra mile and want to support you as a couple by offering 50% off for your partner. If you won't feel happy, I will return every penny back.