Working out together can do much more than just improve your waistlines.
Why not do something healthy with the one you love? Doing high-intensity training like we do in Urban Warrior also boosts testosterone levels.
“A revved up sex drive may also occur from other sympathetic hormones like epinephrine (Adrenalin) that make a person more energized or even opioids like beta-endorphins that can produce a “feel-good” effect. Or it may be that the psychological self-confidence that you get from being physically fit, accomplishing fitness goals (exercising on a regular basis, for example) or simply losing weight boosts your self-esteem and helps you to feel sexier.”
Get Sweaty Together
Exercise together and there’s a good chance your sex life is going to rock (good selling point for the boys or randy chicas out there). Don’t be afraid to use this fact to coerce your partners into getting fit with you.
Most couple’s boot camps are about fast food style relationship overhaul, lots of talking and expressing emotions. I’m not talking about a relationship bootcamp or anything like that. I’m just talking about sweating together.
Don’t get left in the mojo-building dust!
All too, often my female clients have changed their bodies into something smokin’ hot and left their partners in the dust. That isn’t going to help with ‘things’ if you know what I mean. Working out together is a fantastic way to connect and support each other and have fun doing something other than eating or drinking. It can be really hard on a relationship when one partner gets their mojo back and the other partner isn’t stepping up. I’ve seen it many times.
This could be the next BIG thing in fitness. Who knows!
And in case you didn’t know, I offer a couple’s membership rate of $50 per month for the add-on member.
About the author: Jane Clapp has been involved in the fitness industry since 1991 refining her knowledge and skills while working with hundreds of clients and class participants. Her constantly evolving methods develop the mind-body, address food addiction, improve integration and address various degrees of somatization by using movement and Reiki training to release trauma and energetic blockages. A published author, iVillage Canada contributor, Philips Light Therapy spokesperson, an expert featured in the media, Jane has worked with a variety of Canadian and US celebrities, prolific artists, activists, politicians, academics, and media personalities. She continually explores the opportunity to accelerate healing through movement and exercise and recently completed her Master level of Reiki training.