Working out with your partner is a great way to spend quality time together, be motivated to actually hit the gym and have a ton of fun. Research shows that working out with your partner will motivate you to work out longer and harder. So, grab your loved one and do something good for each other.
Leader in the Toronto fitness community, marathon runner, indoor cycling coach and yoga teacher
A leader in the Toronto fitness community, Heather is a marathon runner, indoor cycling coach, yoga teacher, triathlete, and all round lover of everything active. Heather consults provincially on public education and has published over 35 resources for health and physical education teachers, and looks forward to the release of her project, Physical Literacy On The Move, available through Human Kinetics. Heather is a fitness studio owner in Toronto, and love's being active, promoting healthy, active living, and looks forward to sharing these great experiences with you!
In an ideal world we'd each have a full hour for physical activity every day. But if your workday keeps you moving less and you end up like the 47 per cent of us who are sitting more, short rounds of exercise can add up over the course of your day and have you feeling more energized and alert.
01/29/2016 10:38 EST
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