Ditch the usual flowers and chocolates this Valentine’s Day. Instead, share love and affection with your significant other with some unique and fun exercise ideas that help you get fitter together, definitely invite some laughs, and strengthen your bond. Give these activities a try! Love, Aava De!


Couple Yoga: Yoga is a great way to relax and connect with your partner. Try doing some yoga poses together, such as the ‘Partner Tree Pose’ . Stand side by side or hip to hip with your partner so your sides are completely touching. Raise the arms that touch into a straight line and touch palms. Try to hold steady and raise your outer leg into tree pose. Not only will this strengthen your physical connection, but it will also help with balance and relaxation. Find more couple Yoga poses here.


Dance Class: Dancing is a fun and romantic way to bond with your partner. Sign up for a dance class together, whether it's Swing, Bachata, or any form of Ballroom dancing. Not only will you learn new moves, but you'll also get a great workout while having fun. Have a look at the most romantic dances here.


Couple Workout: Plan a workout routine together, such as a weightlifting or cardio session. You can encourage each other and push each other to reach your fitness goals. Make it fun with friendly competition: perform exercises that challenge each other or creating a workout routine based on a romantic movie or song. Try this 10 minute couples workout challenge


Hike or Walk: Take a romantic hike or walk together on Valentine's Day. Not only will you be getting some fresh air and exercise, but you'll also be able to enjoy each other's company in a beautiful natural setting. Find inspiration here.


Couple Sports: Take up a sport that you both enjoy, such racket sports, cycling or even boxing. Not only will you be getting a workout, but you'll also be having fun and bonding over a shared interest.
Happy Valentine’s day, enjoy!


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