By Miranda Massie on October 3, 2018
Social connection is not just great for enhancing our overall wellbeing: it can also help boost our physical activity. Grab a friend or family member and find new ways to move this fall.
Week 1: Partner-up
Need a bit of extra motivation? Find a workout buddy and try these great exercises designed for two. FitnessBlender’s Total Body Partner Workout offers information on calories burned and a printable workout sheet.
Week 2: Make it a family affair
Check out these suggestions from Tourism Vancouver to get your family active and moving (includes both indoor and outdoor activities).
Week 3: Maximize your tech
Looking for some friendly competition? Many fitness apps and trackers have options that let you follow your progress or compete against friends or members of your online community using the same fitness technology. Read more about tapping into the power of friends (CNN.com).
Week 4: Stretching for two
Stretch, tone and boost your relaxation with this set of partner yoga stretches (FitnessBlender).
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By Miranda Massie on May 3, 2018
Week 1: Premium partner workouts
Try FitnessBlender’s Total Body Partner Workout, which comes with information on calories burned and a printable workout sheet.
Week 2: Tandem relaxation
Stretch, tone and relax with this set of partnered yoga stretches.
Week 3: Have a party in the park
Grab a partner and go play outside with this full-body playground workout from the Greatist.com.
Week 4: Working out with a baby bump?
Follow along with this 30-minute low-impact, pre-natal cardio workout video: