So it's only logical that if you share a chemical attraction with your partner, working out together may stimulate and/or strengthen that attraction. Make sense right?
But there’s more than that….we are taking part in Batlle Cancer team competition in London on Oct. 20th. We got 32 members taking part in 8 teams! Why is this so much fun?????? Well because finding a workout buddy or a group of fellow fitness fans is good for your mind and body.
Here’s some reasons why :
You will become re-energized when you work out in a group compared to working out alone. One will also be more motivated to exercise to improve your current fitness levels & achieve your goals when you have your work-out buddies with you to spur you on.
Encouragement from a coach or your workout buddies can be a key factor in keeping you on track. Those who exercise together train for longer periods, burn more calories and go to the gym more often.
A work-out group can increase your accountability level as you are less likely to cancel your pre-arranged workout date with your team mates.
c) Group Camaraderie
There are many social benefits to work out as a group or with your friends. You laugh, you sweat, you work hard and in no time you’ll be finished with your work-out routine and feeling ready to face the world! Your work-out could not be more fun! And yes we will have a post Comp dinner
d) Improved Mental Health
Sometimes just the act of getting together with a friend or a group to work-out can eliminate your stress; reduce your worries, as well as improving mental health. When you exercise with friends, you can support each other emotionally. Having fun working out with friends can also be a great mood enhancer.
At the same time, new friendships can be forged and many lasting fitness memories can be created.