by Good Clean Love Staff August 18, 2015
They say the couple that sweats together, stays together. In fact, Fitness Magazine reports that 94% of couples stick with a workout if they work out together. Folks, that’s almost 100%. Imagine if we all just started working out with our significant others? We’d be so fit.
The more important thing about fitness, in addition to making you look great, is that it makes you feel great. Greatist says that physical fitness can do everything from reduce stress to improve self confidence. Not to mention that physical fitness can really step up your sex life once those gym shoes come off.
But if you’re a fitness newbie or you have never really figured out how to make fitness fun, it can be hard to stick with a workout. Just remember that fitness isn’t a one-size-fits-all kind of activity. Be open to trying different things with your partner and starting from scratch. Like marriage or a relationship, fitness is a journey, not a destination, so don’t get down on yourself if you find yourself struggling along the way.
So, without further ado, here are five different couple-oriented physical fitness activities that just might have you and your partner whistling a different tune when it comes to exercise.
And don’t forget, semi-frequent sexual activity can also be as easy or challenging on a fitness level as you want. Some of the health benefits of frequent time in bed together include working every muscle in your body, making you happier, and giving you a stronger immune system, among other benefits. So, even though sex might not be the ONLY type of exercise you want to do together, it is definitely a complement to any other physical activity you try together.
by Good Clean Love Staff April 18, 2019
Birth control and lubricant delivered straight to your door? The future really is female! At least, that’s what we’re beginning to think after collaborating with the incredibly innovative staff at The Pill Club.
by Kaylee Dye April 04, 2019
by Good Clean Love Staff March 19, 2019
The percentage of people impacted by infidelity is somewhere between 30 and 60% of all married couples, depending on the study cited. More interesting than the differences between men and women are the different patterns of infidelity for each gender. Cheating men are more likely than cheating women to have an affair with someone younger than their spouse. On the other hand, cheating women are more likely than cheating men to have an affair with someone better educated than their current spouse.