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Maybe if you are riding bikes together or doing mutual workouts. Yes I can see how THAT will help with bonding experiences. But not ALL workouts are good for couples to do together. UNLESS the significant other is willing to go the extra mile. Otherwise, not to be insulting, but the significant other can drag the other behind and create resentment which is the opposite of what "working out together" is trying to achieve. There are certain cultural factors to consider in the context of couples working out together. The adage there is a time and a place goes with the couples working out theory. Sometimes people need their alone time when working out. Especially if that person is committed to the workout and the significant other does not share that same commitment.
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