Is working out with your spouse worth it?

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Is working out with your spouse worth it?

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Bryan and I have tried our adventures in working out together. It has been so much fun, and something we constantly look forward to doing together.

We encourage one another during weight sessions and push each other during cardio. Afterward, we come home and eat a clean meal together. I’m most successful when I have someone pushing me. Glad I get to do it with Bryan.

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