Working out with your partner can be a fun way to be spontaneous, develop a new interests or get fit together. There can be strength in numbers, which includes both physical strength as well as the mental fortitude to continue on with an exercise even when it becomes difficult or repetitive. These three options are purposely varied so that you can mix up your workouts based on strengths and interests.
Hiking is a great way to burn calories and get a good workout in while still feeling as if you are on a date. In fact, you can even pack a backpack full of fun foods and drinks to replenish with at the end of your adventure. Hiking is also a good option for individuals who love nature and who are not into the sweating aspect of running. While running together requires having the same pace, hiking can be done at almost any fitness level.
If you and your significant other are a bit more competitive, then tennis Coral Gables may be more up your alley. You can play singles with your date or doubles if you know a couple interested in the game. In singles, you will compete against each other, increasing your focus and your stamina. In doubles, you will be working as a team to beat the other couple.
While you may think of yoga as being a one-person affair, you can actually incorporate your practice into a partners class. This will help you build strength, balance and flexibility into your body while also developing a healthy sense of trust with your partner. AcroYoga is another option for individuals who prefer to torch more calories.
Of course, there are many more ways that you and your partner can stay fit together. Even heading to your local gym will give you some great options, such as spotting each other lifting weights or using adjacent cycles. By staying fit together, you can inspire each other to be the best your very best.
Here we go.
We are back at Red Roof Inn in Irving. My family and I, together with my brother-in-law, are going on a holiday a.k.a summer vacation. We are going to the Philippines again. This time my brother-in-law is going with us. He had been to Asia three years ago but not yet to the Philippines. So this is going to be his first time visiting my country. I lived in one of the islands in the Visayas Region called Leyte. We will be taking a domestic flight going there from Manila.
We leave tomorrow morning via Korean Air this time because we are building up our mileage points again. Gladly I was able to update our Skypass membership accounts before getting our tickets issued. Our passports are recent, hotel and resort bookings are paid and confirmed, and my Naturalization Certificate is attached inside my passport. Copies of the travel documents, itinerary and contacts are distributed in all of our check in baggage. Now we are all set. We’re very excited to see family and friends again.
Bags are packed and ready to go.
This vacation is a celebration of my 10th wedding anniversary. And part of this celebration, we are all going to Coco Beach Resort in Oriental Mindoro. DH and I have been considering this getaway to Coco Beach for our anniversary. I am sure it is going to be great.
After this post, and some online tasks, I am going to relax and prepare myself for a long a**-burning flight tomorrow.
Thank you all for safe travel wishes. *heart*
I am getting more and more anxious for our vacation to the Philippines. As the departure gets closer, I could not help but over think about the preparation and the travel plans. Although all the hotel accommodations and air tickets are fully-paid, still I need to go through all of them to make sure I did not miss a booking invoice.
All booking, except the international airline tickets, were booked online. For the international airline tickets, I contacted our travel usual travel consultant for it. They have been very helpful to us so far. If you want assistance on your travel plans, you may contact them at Emerald Travel and Tours on Facebook. Their website is under construction so it is better to contact them thru phone.
I can’t wait to see my family again. My darling daughter and I were just there but two years feels like a long time. 🙂