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7 Fun Couple Workouts To Start This Valentine’s Day

As we move further into 2024, the long-awaited Valentine’s Day also moves closer. Couples celebrate their love for each other on this day. They gift each other chocolates and flowers, have an extravagant meal together, or share a glass of wine. Valentine’s Day is really all about your relationship and love, so every couple has a unique way of celebrating it.

One unique way of celebrating Valentine’s Day is to work out together! This is a great way to bring a twist to your usual 14th February plans.  Whether you and your significant other are fitness buffs or not, we promise this is a great activity that you could even add to your daily routine. It helps you bond with your partner and have fun while also getting healthier. Studies have even shown that completing a physical activity with your partner leaves you happier and more in love with each other. It even builds trust and is one of the most productive ways to spend quality time together.  If this isn’t the perfect couple’s activity, what is!

So here is our list of 7 couple work outs that you and your partner can start this Valentine’s Day!

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Partner Planks

Starting out with something simple, planks are core strengthening exercises that involve maintain a push up like position for a considerable amount of time. Begin by getting on all fours, keeping your hand directly under your shoulders. Extend your legs and squeeze in your abdominal muscles. You can make this into a friendly competition by seeing who can hold a plank the longest!

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Passing Sprints

If you and your partner are into cardio then this exercise will really help you get a good work out in. To spice up your regular jog or run around the block, add an element of sprints. This involves one of you sprinting ahead of the other, who then sprints to catch up to their partner. This exercise is even more fun than it sounds!

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Leg Push

One person will start by lying on the ground with the other person behind them. The person on the ground will hold the other’s ankles for support and bring their legs up to their partner, who then pushes them down. Your aim while doing this exercise will be to not let your feet touch the ground. After they are pushed, bring them back up. Continue this for 30 seconds, and then switch positions.

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Body Weight Squat

This is one of our Valentine’s Day favorites because you can work out while staring into your partner’s eyes! For this exercise both of you have to face each other and hold each other’s forearms. Next, slowly bend your knees and lower your body toward the ground, paying close attention to your quads and hamstrings.

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Wheelbarrow Push

This super fun exercise that you might remember from your childhood involves one person “walking” on their hands while a partner holds the legs. We promise you this one will include a lot of laughter and leave you with a new found love for couple workouts!

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The Stretch Band

This exercise is a triceps strengthening workout. For this you and your partner just have to hold either end of a stretch band and pull. The best part of this fun exercise is that in the end you always wind up together, just like in life!

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Alternating Box Jump

The alternating box jump is a low impact exercise that mainly focuses on leg strengthening and building stamina. You need to place a box between you and your partner and alternately jump on and off the box in squat position. Use your partner for support if you get disbalance and keep giving each other words of motivation!

A couple that workouts together, stays together. This was our list of fun Valentine’s Day couple workouts that are not only effective in getting you and your partner started on your fitness journey, but can also help the both of you to develop a stronger sense of trust and communication with one another. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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