Everybody (well, most everybody) does it. For some it's a daily occurrence, others weekly, and then there are those who maintain a monthly practice of it… maybe.
Whether you exercise for the sake of mental stimulation or simply a workout, it can in fact be a powerful way to bond with your partner. Yes, exercise has been proven to do the mind, body, and even relationships good.
According to Beverly Whipple, PhD., certified sex researcher and Professor Emerita at Rutgers University of New Jersey and co-author of "The G Spot: And Other Discoveries About Human Sexuality" (Owl Books), there are several reasons- chemical, physical and emotional- why couples who exercise together are also more connected.
Chemically: Dr. Whipple reminds us that "Exercise releases endorphins in our brains which help us to feel better." That "natural high" after a workout can, by proxy, make you feel more connected with the person who you shared the high with- andRead More »from Exercise your way to a better relationship