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Having a good workout buddy, who motivates and supports you will boost your commitment to your fitness goals and your confidence that you can achieve them. Keeps your ego in check. When people start getting good results from their. Most activities are more fun with a friend, so why not reap the benefits of a workout buddy? Fitness Magazine, Shape and Men’s Fitnessoffer plenty of positives you can gain from having a rep-counting partner.

Here are seven of them. 1. Accountability. Even the most ardent of fitness enthusiasts have days when they just don’t want to go to the gym. This is probably particularly applicable to exercises like lifting, where your workout buddy can spot you.

But with any kind of workout, your buddy will have your back, and that can help you to avoid injuries. And if you do get injured, having someone there to help is important, as well. Better stress reduction. Buddy up! Working out with a partner will increase the fun factor and help you to reach your goals faster.

Here’s a snapshot of the top 5 benefits you’ll experience when adding another person to your workout routine. Top 5 Reasons to bring a buddy to your next workou. 2. You’ll be less likely to get injured.

The gym mirror can only tell you so much. When you have a workout buddy, she’ll be able to give you quick form checks and tell you when your back is sagging during your plank or if you’re leaning forward too much while squatting. And that can save you lots of pain later on.

10 Benefits of having a workout buddy: 1. A little friendly competition makes you work harder. When you feel like giving up and you turn and see your friends still going at it with gusto, theirs is no way you are giving up. Aside from having some nice company, there are other benefits to having a workout buddy that can help you reach your fitness goals. 6 Reasons to Get a Workout Buddy 1) Gain Some Accountability Social support from a friend helps keep your exercise routine on track.

The Benefits of Having a Workout Buddy If there is one thing that can help make achieving your fitness goals easier it’s definitely a positive support system. The more you surround yourself with people who support your goals, the greater your chance of success will be. One way to achieve this is to have a workout buddy.

One of the major benefits of having a gym buddy is the emotional support they give you. Putting in the hard work to transform your body is emotional, and your workout partner, who’s at your side every grueling step of the way, is the only one who truly understands what you’ve been through. That’s where a “diet buddy” comes in a partner who not only shares your weight loss and workout goals, but can help you navigate a kinder, gentler path to sveltesville.

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It’s especially great to have a walking buddy or a partner to take to the gym.

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Your buddy helps motivate you, keeps you on track when you feel like giving up, and helps you attain your fitness goals, as long as you do the same for your buddy.

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More important, you will have successfully extracted yourself from an unproductive funk, and you will likely go on to have a positive and pleasing day beyond the moment of the workout.

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I have always said that having a workout buddy is fun, supporting and motivating.

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Working out with a friend makes the time go by quicker, and camaraderie can be a great motivation to stay with your program.

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Another advantage is that if friends ask, you can tell them you’ve already worked out and no, you don’t need to go to the gym with them.

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Exercising with a friend results in encouragement, companionship, and camaraderie.

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Well, when days on the couch eating ice cream equal the days at the gym, there’s no net benefit.

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It’s not With all the benefits that exercise holds who I am. for me, I need to work out.

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If you can find a gym near your home or where you work (or even at work), that’s great.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • I would like to have a partner but it seems like they can’t take my workouts so that’s why I like to work out by myself self motivation. It me and Jesus in the gym that’s all I need