Friday, March 3, 2017

Two's Company: The Power of Two…

The couple that sweats together stays together…

Working out with a friend or buddy is one of the easiest ways to improve your results, and sharing common interests with your significant other is the NUMBER ONE thing that can solidify a relationship-so combine the two. By exercising together, you can encourage each other to either back off a bit or step your game up a notch.

It may take some time to find your ideal exercise groove, but you can get started today (even at home). All you have to do is create a do-anywhere routine that puts you both to work-either as resistance or support. Just go to any fitness magazine website to find buddy up exercises that will help you get stronger, leaner, sexier, and more self assured (in and out of the bedroom). If you need more than that try
RHF Burn30 Bootcamp.

The best thing? A couple’s workout plan will benefit every part of your world: health, relationship, career (you'll have more energy)!

The Power of Two...
Your man may help little in the jeans shopping department, but he can help you fit in to them by supporting you in your workouts and helping you stay on track with your food plan. We have devised many programs designed to get both of you into “ready” shape.

We use the Isagenix Cleansing and Fat Burning System and Burn30 Bootcamp to get you into shape and release undesirable weight and inches. You will both feel better and enjoy food again with a balanced and sensible approach.

Exercise and Love Do Mix!

Tips for a double duty workout…

1.     No fights during your workout: Call a time-out if you have to and take it up again afterward. Exercising together facilitates communication because you have to offer feedback about your performance. It might even help you get over the argument.

2.     Create a safe zone: Trusting each other makes trying new things easier. If your man wants to hit a Zumba class, hold your giggle. If your bench press still needs work he should help you until you make it on your own. No judgments!

3.     Consider you audience: Explain to your spouse/significant other/burn buddy how you like to be encouraged-and what to avoid.

Statistically Speaking...

Couples who exercise together are 34% more likely to show up for workouts than couples who exercise apart according to a recent Indiana University study.

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