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  • 15 Couple Exercises for a Fit Valentine’s Day Date!

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    Couples who work out together, stay together! Spice up your Valentine’s Day by getting hot and sweaty with your partner during a calorie-burning workout! Whether you’re looking to burn extra calories before your romantic dinner or you and your partner just want to get your hearts pumping together, check out these 15 partner exercises designed for fitness and fun!

    What You'll Need:


    XFIT BAND

    Leg Lifts


    1. Partner A lays on their back with their legs in the air, feet together.
    2. Partner B stands above Partner A’s head and loops the XFit band around their ankles.
    3. Partner B holds the band still as Partner A lowers their legs to the ground and raises them back up.
    4. Switch positions and repeat exercise.

    Oblique Twists


    1. Both partners stand beside each other with a hip-width stance.
    2. Both partners hold one end of the XFit band in both their hands. Extend your arms straight in front of you as you hold the band. There should be light tension in the band.
    3. Partner A twists their torso away from Partner B while keeping their arms straight in front of them. Partner B holds their position.
    4. Partner A twists back to the starting position. Partner B now twists away as Partner A holds their position.

    Band Jumps


    1. Partner B stands in front of Partner A with the XFit band around their waist. Partner A holds the band with both hands.
    2. Partner B squats down and jumps forward as far as they can, landing in a squat. Partner A holds their position.
    3. Partner B walks back and repeats.
    4. Switch positions and repeat exercise.

    Chest Presses


    1. Both partners stand back-to-back with the XFit band around them. Partners hold the band at their chest with both hands.
    2. At the same time, partners extend their arms out in front of them.
    3. Return your arms back to your chest.

    Tricep Extensions


    1. Partner A holds the XFit band with one hand. Slight squat down and lean forward. Your arm should be extended straight in front of you.
    2. Partner B holds the opposite end of the band a few feet away to create slight tension in the band.
    3. Partner A pull the band back to their side, keeping their arm straight. Bring your arm back up.
    4. Switch positions and repeat exercise.

    Diagonal Chops


    1. Both partners stand beside each other about 2 feet away.
    2. Partner B holds the medicine ball and pivots away from Partner A and kneels bringing the ball to knee level. Return to standing and twist torso towards Partner A as you extend your arms up diagonally.
    3. Partner A twists to grab the medicine ball and repeats step 2.

    Toss and Squat


    1. Partners stand about 5 feet away facing each other with feet hip-width apart.
    2. Partner A holds the medicine ball to their chest and performs a squat. When you stand back up, toss the medicine ball to Partner B.
    3. Partner B catches the ball and performs a squat.

    Slam Burpees


    1. Partners stand about 5 feet away facing each other with feet hip-width apart.
    2. Partner B holds the medicine ball, slams it on the ground and picks it back up. Simultaneously, Partner A jumps down, performs a push-up and jumps back up.
    3. As Partner A stands back up, Partner B tosses the medicine ball.
    4. Repeat step 2.

    Rolling Ball Push-Ups


    1. Partners assume a plank position beside each other.
    2. Partner B places the medicine ball under the hand furthest from Partner A and performs a push-up. Roll the ball to the other hand and perform a push-up.
    3. Roll the ball to Partner A’s hand. Partner A performs a push-up, rolls the ball to their other hand and performs another push-up.

    Sit Up And Toss


    1. Partners assume a sit-up position facing each other.
    2. Partner A holds the medicine ball and performs a sit-up. Partner A tosses the ball to Partner B.
    3. Partner B holds the medicine ball and performs a sit-up.

    Plank Hand Taps


      1. Partners assume a plank position facing each other. Your arms should be extended.
      2. Both partners lift their right hand in front of themselves and tap each other’s hands.
      3. Return your hand back to the floor. Repeat with opposite hand.

    Side Plank Taps


      1. Partners assume a plank position beside each other. Your arms should be extended.
      2. Both partners lift their outside hand and reach across their chest to tap hands with each other.
      3. Return hands back to floor.
      4. Pivot your feet away from your partner and turn your body into a side plank. Raise your outer hand up to the sky and tap hands with your partner. You should be back-to-back with your partner in your side plank.
      5. Return back to your starting position and repeat.

    Back-To-Back Squat


      1. Stand back-to-back with your partner with your feet hip-width apart.
      2. Squat down keeping your backs together.
      3. Rise back up and repeat.

    Decline Push-Up


      1. Partner B assumes a push-up position and Partner A stands in between their legs and holds their ankles in either hand.
      2. Partner B performs a push-up as Partner A holds their legs in place.
      3. Switch positions and repeat exercise.

    Couple Squat


      1. Both partners stand with feet hip-width apart facing each other.
      2. Reach out your arms and hold your partner’s hands. Your arms should be extended out at a comfortable distance.
      3. Simultaneously, both partners squat down and rise back up.



    Serena Lopez

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