Couple’s Workout Challenge: Valentine’s Day Edition

Valentines Day Challenge

This Valentine’s Day, mix romance with fitness in the best way possible! Working out as a couple isn’t just about getting fit together—it’s about building trust, cooperation, and having a lot of fun along the way. 

Our special "Couple’s Workout Challenge: Valentine’s Day Edition" is designed to strengthen your bond just as much as your muscles.

Warm-Up Together

Begin with a joint warm-up to sync your movements and set a collaborative tone. Try doing:

Joint Arm Circles: Stand facing each other, extend your arms, and gently rotate them in unison. This helps loosen up the shoulders.

Side-to-Side Leg Swings: Hold each other’s hands, face the same direction, and swing your outer leg back and forth. This is great for warming up the hips.

Couple’s Workout Challenge

Now, for the exciting part! These exercises are designed to be fun and challenging, helping you work as a team.

Exercise 1: Partner Squats

How It Works: Stand back-to-back, interlock your arms, and lower into a squat together, as if you are sitting down on a chair. Try to keep your backs touching as you squat and stand.

Benefit: Builds lower body strength and requires coordination with your partner.

Exercise 2: Plank High-Fives

Execution: In the plank position facing each other, lift one hand and give a high-five, then alternate. It's a playful yet challenging way to maintain core stability while moving your limbs.

Benefit: Strengthens the core and arms, and enhances balance and focus.

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Exercise 3: Back-to-Back Wall Sit

Challenge: Slide down a wall into a seated position, leaning against each other for support. Hold as long as you can.

Benefit: Improves leg endurance and tests your ability to work together under strain.

Exercise 4: Partner Push-ups

Method: Face your partner in a push-up position. As you both lower down, one partner does a regular push-up while the other does a hand-clap push-up. Keep alternating.

Benefit: Strengthens the upper body and adds an element of coordination and timing.

Exercise 5: Sit-Up Pass

Routine: Sit facing each other with knees bent. As you both do a sit-up, pass a light medicine ball or pillow between you.

Benefit: Enhances core strength and adds a playful component to your workout.

Exercise 6: Standing Band Rows

Setup: With a resistance band around each other's waist, stand facing away. One partner holds steady while the other performs a rowing motion.

Benefit: Strengthens the back and arms and requires one partner to provide stability for the other.

Exercise 7: Leg Throw-Down

Action: One partner lies down and grabs the ankles of the standing partner. The standing partner gently pushes the legs of the lying partner towards the ground.

Benefit: A great core workout for the lying partner and a test of trust and control for the standing partner.

Cool Down and Stretch

After the workout, engage in a joint cool-down session:

Partner-Assisted Stretches: Help each other in stretches like hamstring stretches, back stretches, or partner twists.

Relaxation: Take a few moments to appreciate each other’s effort, maybe even with a gentle massage.

Relax on some of our large yoga mats.



Combining fitness and romance can lead to memorable experiences and a deeper connection. Not only does working out together improve physical health, but it also strengthens the emotional and communicative aspects of your relationship. Enjoy this Valentine’s Day workout as a celebration of love, health, and happiness!

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