Best Exercises To Do With Your Loved One

by Danny Cullen
Active dates are a great way to enliven or shake up the routine of your relationship. Getting outdoors with your partner creates lasting memories, encourages a healthy lifestyle, refreshes your mind and strengthens bonds. Take a break from Netflix binges, and lean on your loved one for some fun and fitness.
 
Here are six easy ideas to get you started on getting active with your significant other:


Stand-up Paddleboarding 


Standup paddleboarding, or SUP, is a growing trend amongst those who have access to large bodies of water, whether that be a lake, ocean, or even a river. All you need is a buoyant paddleboard and an oar, and you are all set to take part in an activity that is simultaneously relaxing and physically engaging.
 
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Hiking 


Hiking is one of the few simple pleasures almost everyone has access to. Even if you live in the city, getting to a trailhead is a simple day-trip.  Getting out on a trail is extremely peaceful and centering, which will  help you connect with your significant other free from the distractions of day-to-day life.

Rollerskating


Thought rollerskating died out with disco? Not true. Rinks are seeing a huge resurgence nowadays. It’s fun, it’s active, and most importantly, it’s impossible to not laugh while doing it, raising your endorphin levels, chemically strengthening a connection between you and your loved one.
 
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Rock Climbing


Indoor rock climbing is a great way to get a serious workout in with your boo. Completely safe, physically taxing, and slightly terrifying. Rock climbing dates are challenging and exciting, a perfect mix for date night.

Yoga


If you’re reading this, you’re probably already doing yoga. So why not get your boyfriend or girlfriend to get involved too? Yoga is known to break down barriers between your mind and your body, which will help deepen your connection.
 
Active dates are a great way to enliven or shake up the routine of your relationship. Getting outdoors with your partner creates lasting memories, encourages a healthy lifestyle, refreshes your mind and strengthens bonds. Take a break from Netflix binges, and lean on your loved one for some fun and fitness. 
Here are six easy ideas to get you started on getting active with your significant other:

Stand-up Paddleboarding 


Standup paddleboarding, or SUP, is a growing trend amongst those who have access to large bodies of water, whether that be a lake, ocean, or even a river. All you need is a buoyant paddleboard and an oar, and you are all set to take part in an activity that is simultaneously relaxing and physically engaging.
 
Also on Z Living: Yoga Postures to Relieve Stress & Muscle Pain


Hiking 


Hiking is one of the few simple pleasures almost everyone has access to. Even if you live in the city, getting to a trailhead is a simple day-trip.  Getting out on a trail is extremely peaceful and centering, which will  help you connect with your significant other free from the distractions of day-to-day life.

Rollerskating 


Thought rollerskating died out with disco? Not true. Rinks are seeing a huge resurgence nowadays. It’s fun, it’s active, and most importantly, it’s impossible to not laugh while doing it, raising your endorphin levels, chemically strengthening a connection between you and your loved one.
 
Also on Z Living: I Tried Cardio Barre—Here’s Why You Should Too


Rock Climbing


Indoor rock climbing is a great way to get a serious workout in with your boo. Completely safe, physically taxing, and slightly terrifying. Rock climbing dates are challenging and exciting, a perfect mix for date night.

Yoga 


If you’re reading this, you’re probably already doing yoga. So why not get your boyfriend or girlfriend to get involved too? Yoga is known to break down barriers between your mind and your body, which will help deepen your connection.
 

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