Trying to get more physically active? How about working out with a little help from your friends? Look for someone with the same goals, schedule, and commitment you have.
Someone who makes you feel positive and inspires you to hit the trail or treadmill on a regular basis. How do you find the right fit?
Talk to friends, co-workers, neighbors, people at the gym. Or find a buddy closer to home: What about a hike with your dog, who thinks every walk is the best walk ever? Now quality time is also fitness time. Good move!
You already have your phone with you. Why not make it work? Try a social media workout app to connect with friends and others that share your goals and can help keep you motivated.
Even if you like to work out alone, changing things up with a buddy every once in a while can help you work out harder and learn new things. You can switch back to solo workouts any time.
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