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Keep Your Health Goals & Give to Charity at the Same Time With Cyc Fitness

Keep Your Health Goals & Give to Charity at the Same Time With Cyc Fitness

The concept of New Year’s fitness resolutions is definitely not new. Most health and fitness magazines will be bombarding you with diet trends, exercises routines and unique cardio workouts (Zumba, pole dancing, aerial silk aerobics) to try this year. Just like them, we could either fight it, or go with it. We chose the latter; because we want to see you hit those goals as much as you do.

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If you’re in New York City, you now have a new way to tone up those muscles and abs. Cyc, an innovative fitness concept that combines cardio and strength training on a bike, opened its doors this month. Already established in Austin, TX and Madison, WI (of all places), Cyc’s newest address is at 4 Astor Place in DavidBartonGym.

The studio accommodates more than 50 bikes in a space designed by Glen Coben, a renowned architect best known for his work on Niketown stores nationwide. Riders will also have the benefit of being able to access DavidBartonGym’s facilities before and after classes, as well as the gym's special member's rates.

But here’s the unique thing about this workout, it combines a social platform on the web and for every mile achieved, Cyc will donate a portion of their profits to their pre-selected charity partners. Designed by Keoni Hudoba, an Under Armour-sponsored athlete, the Cyc method is a rhythm-based 45-minute ride that works out the whole body.

Lest you get bored and think this is just another cycling class, the instructors ensure that every ride is different and techniques are incorporated into sectors that have been motivated by more than 20 different sports.

What’s a workout without a good playlist? Cyc’s team will create some of the best mixes for the class in collaboration with major and indie record labels. You may even be the first to hear Madonna’s newest dance beat or Britney Spears’ most current motivational lyrics (Look hot in a bikini?/You better work, [girl]) .

Since we live in the new age of sharing all things, Cyc Social will be installed on bikes to connect riders both inside and outside the studio. The social platform will allow guests to receive notifications when friends and family register for a class or see where people in their network are sitting so they can book a bike nearby. Classes are currently priced from $20-$25 per session and corporate and student rates are offered.

Just think, your five-mile ride could potentially be helping out youth with disabilities at the Challenged Athletes Foundation. Isn’t that reason enough? Never mind that your legs will be looking great as you do so.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


Why Having a Fitness Buddy Is the Best Thing Ever

Exercise + friends = a powerful combo. Find out why&mdashplus where to find your perfect match.

If you could only do two things to improve your health, we&aposd suggest exercising and spending quality time with friends. The former is self-explanatory, but the latter may be even more important than you&aposd think: Loneliness is as harmful to your well-being as smoking 15 cigarettes a day, according to a study in Perspectives on Psychological Science.

So we say, why not combine the two: grab a workout buddy and sweat together. Besides killing two birds with one stone, you&aposll be reaping a whole host of benefits. Here, the top eight.

1. You'll enjoy your workout more.

In a study of 117 adults out of the University of Southern California, those who worked out with friends (or a spouse or co-worker) said they enjoyed the exercise more than those who got sweaty solo. Makes sense: you like hanging out with your friends, you (mostly) like exercising-combine the two and you double your fun.

2. You'll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she&aposll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you&aposre leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on. (And be sure to skip these 10 moves trainers say you should never do again.)

3. You'll feel less stressed.

People who exercised on a stationary bicycle for 30 minutes with a friend said they felt calmer after the workout than those who cycled alone, according to a study in the International Journal of Stress Management. Duos didn&apost necessarily have to chat during the workout to feel the stress-busting effects, so bring a workout buddy along to spin class, even if you know you&aposll be pushing yourself too hard to utter a word.

4. You'll push yourself harder.

Worried that your exercise buddy is fitter than you? Good. People who exercised with someone they thought was better than them worked out up to 200 percent harder and longer than others, says a study performed at Kansas State University. That&aposs because you&aposre naturally competitive-when you&aposre with a fit friend, you find it easier to really push yourself to keep up. (Related: How Workout Buddies Overcame Self-Doubt to Run Their First Half-Marathon)

5. You'll quit quitting.

When you&aposre just dragging yourself to the gym in the morning or after work, it&aposs easy to talk yourself out of it-less so when you know you&aposll be meeting a workout buddy there. The same is true for slacking off during exercise: You&aposre not going to stop for so many "water" (read: Instagram and text) breaks when you&aposve got a friend there to call you out.

6. You'll meet your goals faster.

This goes along with the two previous points: when you&aposre being consistent and pushing yourself harder, your performance will improve faster than when you&aposre only attending the gym sporadically and slacking off when you do manage to get there.

7. You'll have more sex.

This one&aposs only true if your workout partner is also your sexual partner. The physical symptoms you experience after working out-flushed skin, faster heart rate, adrenaline rush-actually mimic the effects of arousal. That might help explain why studies show that men and women feel more attracted to each other after doing an adrenaline-pumping activity together, like exercising. (Psst. here&aposs how many calories you actually burn during sex.)

8. You'll break out of your rut.

When you sweat solo, it&aposs all too easy to fall back on the same old exercises. But that&aposs an easy way to fall into a fitness plateau. A friend might have suggestions for switching up your routine that you wouldn&apost think of alone, and that will keep things interesting and challenging for your muscles and your mind.

Where to Find a Workout Buddy

Inspired to sweat as a duo-or group? Seek out advice and connections from one of these online or IRL sources.

1. Join a Zogsports League

With a focus on young professionals, this organization is a great way to sign up for intramural teams, classes, clinics, and social events. Part of the proceeds go to charity, making this a worthwhile way to meet a workout buddy.

2. Get Inspired On Meetup.com

As the world&aposs largest network for special-interest groups, it&aposs tough not to be inspired by the fun things people are signing up for on this site. You can find anything from a local hiking group filled with workout buddies to meet-ups for exercising with your pets.

3. Go for a Groupon Deal

Thanks to the deeply discounted prices for fitness-related classes, it&aposs easier than ever to sign up for anything from yoga classes to rock-climbing lessons on LivingSocial or Groupon. The dopamine rush from trying something new (like trapeze, perhaps?!) can create a bond between people, so strike up a convo with someone else in your class. he or she could be the workout buddy you&aposve been searching for!

4. Ask Your Trainer/Coach

Talk to a professional at your gym to see if he or she knows of anyone who is interested in finding a workout partner. The trainer will know both of your skills and interests-and it never hurts to go through a mutual acquaintance.

5. Reach Out to Friends

This may seem obvious, but working out is actually a great way to spend time with friends who you&aposve lost touch with or go months without seeing. Instead of letting your busy lives get in the way of bonding time, you can take a monthly or weekly class together to stay fit-while you catch up.

6. Ask Around at Work

Have a coworker who seems like she&aposs just as interested in healthy living as you are? Talk to her about it! You may find that you have fitness goals in common, and because you see each other every day and have similar schedules, it will be easy to plan time to exercise together as workout buddies.


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