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8 couples’ workouts you have to try

Getting motivated to work out can be hard enough without the pressure of wedding planning, but having a partner can make it easier—and who better to join you in your workouts than your fiancé? Exercising together has tons of benefits. Not only will you have someone to provide resistance during moves, but it adds to your sense of teamwork. That’s a valuable necessity when it comes to attacking life together, especially as a married couple.

Don’t know where to start? “Find something both of you like,” suggests Heather Lilleston, a cofounder of yoga retreat company Yoga for Bad People. “You don’t have to

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