They say that working out with a friend is a good way to hold yourself accountable and that it can help you stick to your fitness goals. But, what about exercising with your significant other?
Working out with your partner is not only physically healthy, but it also has mental health benefits as well. Here are some of the reasons why you should be exercising with your partner.
Inspire Each Other
If you live with your partner, you’re more likely to be physically active if they are also active. On days when you’re feeling lazy or want to sleep in, your partner can give you that extra push you need to put on your walking shoes and head out the door.
Between work and taking care of kids, finding quality time to spend with your partner is challenging and walking is a great way to do it while staying fit. While your walking, you can catch up on your day without having other distractions like the television or your phone.
Exercise is a way to decrease stress and it puts you in a better mood, which will help you see your partner in a new, better way. Also, walking will help get you into great shape and you’ll feel more confident—there’s nothing more attractive than confidence!