3 Sports Activities You & Your Partner Will Love

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Staying fit these days can sometimes be a real chore. With so much of our lives spent at work, or taking care of the kids, the last thing most of us want to do with our meager bit of free time is working out.

We want to be able to spend it with our partner doing something we both find relaxing and enjoyable. But finding recreational activities that you both enjoy isn’t always the easiest. And maybe one on one tackle football doesn’t sound that great to both of you!

With that in mind here are 3 Sports Activities Your Partner Will Love to do with you, to keep you both fit and relaxed.

  • Cycling

You never forget how to ride a bike! Whether you’re 5 or 55 cycling is highly enjoyable. The fact that it’s great exercise is just icing on the cake. Cycling is a great low impact cardio workout that also uses all of the major muscle groups. It’s a perfect activity for you and your partner to enjoy together and can greatly reduce stress, something we could all use a little less of! Since cycling is something you can do just about anywhere, you can change the difficulty level of the sport by choosing your terrain and length of rides.

An added bonus of cycling is the fact that you don’t always have to leave the house to do it. If the weather outside if frightful a pair of the awesome Sole Fitness sb700 spin bikes can allow you and yours truly to spend time together relaxing and getting the exercise that can be so hard to make time for these days. Once the two of you get out there and hit the streets and trails together, you’ll be hooked, and all the healthier for it.

  • Kayaking or Canoeing

A pristine morning on the local lake or pond, the birds singing, the fish jumping, mist rising from the tranquil waters- If this sounds like the perfect thing for you and your significant other, kayaking or canoeing may be for you. What could be a more relaxing exercise than paddling around the serene waters, just the two of you? Take a picnic lunch and make a day of it, getting close to nature and each other.

If you share a boat, paddling together can be an excellent and greatly enjoyable team skills building exercise. If you and your significant other are the sporting type, bring along the fishing poles and tackle and add another aspect of fun! It’s difficult to overstate just how relaxing, and fun paddling can be, and you and your partner will love it.

  • Disc Golf

Here’s one for the list that may surprise you and maybe you’ve never even heard of. The popularity of disc golf has been on the rise for years, but unfortunately so many millions of people still haven’t heard of it yet. The game is simple, yet requires skill that comes only from practice.

It is much like a regular game of golf, but the clubs and ball are replaced with discs of different sizes and weights, and instead of holes there are target baskets on poles. The goal is to get your disc in the basket in as few throws as possible. Disc golf is most fun when played in the company of others, and can be perfect for couples looking for something fun, relaxing and healthy to do.

Other great perks of disc golf are that it’s inexpensive to gear up for and fun whether you’re a seasoned veteran of a day one beginner. With courses popping up all over the world, you’ll be sure to find one near you where you and your partner can go and have a relaxing, healthy fun for the day. Get out there and try your hand at disc golf this weekend!


With life being so hectic and jam packed, it can be truly difficult to find time to relax with your significant other. When you do find that time, why waste it loafing around the house? Engaging in sports together can be a great way to stay healthy. If you’ve been looking for the perfect sport for the two of you to enjoy together, try one of these three great options and keep yourself and your loved one fit and stress-free!


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