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10 Reasons Why A Workout Buddy Is A Good Idea 1. You benefit from social time. Before you begin working out your body, you can tend to your mind. Research has shown 2. A workout partner will motivate you. Peer pressure doesn’t end in adulthood — we are still largely influenced by our 3.

Workout Partner Benefits While some prefer a solo fitness regime, as it enables us to keep on track and stay focused, others enjoy working out with a partner. This is because it helps them to stay motivated during a workout, boosts their overall performance and they often feel they have more fun. Big muscles, but not a big head. Do you need another reason why you should workout with your partner? They’ll keep your ego in check.

With all the time you spend with those CrossFit bandits and muscle heads at the gym, you may end up getting lost in a sea of cardio machines and good looking people. Having your partner around will remind you that you’re not alone.Teasing asid. A WORKOUT PARTNER KEEPS YOU SAFE; There are times when a workout partner is the difference between injury and staying safe.

In fact, think of your workout buddy as your own personal bodyguard. When it comes to physical safety, men and women working out outside can always benefit from having a partner run, bike or swim alongside them. 4 Reasons You Need a Workout Partner By Primo Fitness Staff on 07/28/2014 in Health and Wellness, Working Out, We can equip your gym If you’re looking for that extra push when exercising, there is no better motivator than a workout partner.

Best for: Romantic partners who support each others’ goals; couples who need more quality time together and have trouble fitting it in their schedules; parents who can take advantage of childcare at the gym; anyone looking for a fun, active date. Why it works: You’re most successful at reaching your goals when the people closest to you are on board — or, better yet, an integral part of. Partner Workouts are MORE FUN!

Adding a social element to fitness really just makes things more fun. Meeting a friend for a workout is a GREAT way to connect, catch up, while doing something great for your bodies. It is an excellent way to de-stress after a long day, to have someone there listening as you sprint, climb, bike, or cross train. Exercising with a partner can push your workout even further. A little encouragement goes a long way, so those who exercise together are more likely to do it longer.

Lengthier workouts will provide you with better results in the long run. workout partner. Work Harder. This goes along with better results.

Having a Workout Partner Can Double Performance. Doug Dupont. Coach.

Strength and Conditioning. Share Tweet. A lot of people work out alone, myself included. Sometimes it makes sense to exercise without a partner. You need a partner with similar goals, and sometimes at a similar fitness level, and those can be hard to find.

One of the great things about having a consistent workout partner is that they know your strengths, have seen your movement patterns, and understand your training goals. They can be an invaluable resource in helping your choose the load for your next set or correcting faulty technique based on what they are seeing.

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Having partners to train with makes the effort seem easier and boosts motivation.

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These are all perfectly valid reasons to get fit—looking great, feeling great, having high energy levels, being more resistant to sickness and disease, living longer, and so forth—but it’s important that you isolate and articulate your reasons.

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But the 6 are referred to as contributing to health-related physical fitness because scientists in kinesiology have shown that they can reduce your risk of chronic disease and promote good health and wellness.

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Studies of people’s motives for exercise reveal these four basic reasons: (1) to be more attractive or to lose weight; (2) to improve physical competence, fitness, and health; (3) to improve mood and manage stress; and (4) to meet, socialize with, and have fun with others.

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This adds the element of friendship and accountability, especially in the early days when you’re still getting fit enough to make it truly fun and desirable.

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The 4 appreciates the effort that you make to stay physically fit and looking your best for them.

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Here are ten great reasons to work out.

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Two of the biggest reasons people give for not getting in shape is that they don’t have the time and they don’t like being hungry.

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I needed to train like hell, diet like hell, eat well, and win more major titles the following fall.

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This ideal resonated with me and has certainly motivated me to stay active—and I don’t mean in the gym.

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  • IMPORTANT: I’m giving away ONE FREE ACCESS to my paid MENTORING GROUP on Whatsapp (incl my private phone no.) You can write up to 3 comments:) but make them meaningful! ��

  • Loved this workout, def a great bonding activity! I almost dropped my husband’s legs several times bc I was laughing too much at the moaning sounds he was making lol.

  • Also, if you are a person who can be less emotional and more rational to clients irrational demands;
    direct, assertive, still extremely polite and very sophisticated, then it’s all good in Consulting.

    Basically heavily developed emotional intelligence & communication skills. Anyway, you will learn it all just by being in the room with a weathered Senior (say, partner) of your firm

  • Woohoo! Try this super fun, yet challenging partner workout! WHO DID YOU WORKOUT WITH?? Let me know down below! Would you like to see more partner workouts?? Much love! Maddie

  • For me, I have the kind of role in front of me of you. I would like to get into consulting for a couple of years, but after that, I am sure I want more, I like creativity, want a startup or more money, so def. for the first couple of years after graduation consulting gives a good base.

  • Really interesting video Kevin. �� According to me, some ppl get lured into consulting with the promise of travel. The truth is that you will travel, but you’ll only see the inside of the client office and the hotel room on the trip most of the time.


  • I love this one Maddie!
    It would be really awesome if you could put Christmas playing music during a workout since it’s that time of year xx��

  • My final objective is to go into corporate finance (my own company). Is consulting a better route in my case? Or is it better to go into finance directly? Thanks for your insights

  • THAT is your boyfriend? So I just need to stop working out and become a skinny little pussy with gel in my hair and I can land a chick like you? Seriously, what the actual hell?

  • i love a good partner workout but thought it was really weird that there was no explanation of the workouts. I had to rewind the first round to see what we were going to do, which took away from the workout. but thank you!!!

  • I also think that the hardest parts are the pressure and the working hours. If they both were reduced, it would be just the dreamjob without any downsides

  • I think I should start online dating. I would link this video in my profile writing I’m looking for someone I can do this video with. ��

  • Really good to see from another angle about the role. For a first permanent job, it’s tough to see beyond the lucrative surface. I wanted to change my career to consulting because I felt my impact in engineering was too low, especially with the slow progression too. Now, this video makes me ponder on what other choices am I going to weight against MC to feel more fulfilled on the job. Perhaps I still see a great opportunity to make a bigger impact in the long term with MC.

  • The one thing I really dont know how I would deal with, is the pressure because that is really a new thing for me but I think thats the same for everybody, so I’ll still try to become a consultant

  • Jo Kevin, do you know if people in consulting actually use those “10+2“ or similar models? (like at mckinsey where your work 10 months and have 2 months holiday). I know it‘s possible, but I wonder if it’s more like a marketing thing

    btw would love to join your group man

  • wow this seems like so much fun!!! Imma have to show this to my bestie. Lol were both tyrna get in shape�� thanks again for ur great excercises

  • If you don’t have/want weights at home, you can also buy a resistance band. They’re cheap, easy to put away, and extremely versatile. You can do almost every weights exercise with resistance band and gain the same benefits. The colour determines their resistance level, so the darker it is the more challenging it gets.

  • Hi Kevin, great video. I wanted to ask a few doubts. I’m pursuing my Bachelors degree and I’m considering a career in consulting after my MSC (similar to a MIM). I also want to become an entrepreneur someday. My plan is to spend 5-6 years in consulting after the MSC and then return to college for an MBA in entrepreneurship. I wanted to ask a few questions about the points you discussed.
    1) Most people won’t join startups. Is that true even if the startup is a well funded startup?(especially if it has an inhouse consulting wing). A lot of people tell me that many consultants don’t become partners so they have an exit strategy like general management or they start their own boutique business. How much of this do you think is correct?

    2) A lot of people tell me even if you don’t get a cofounder, you still make a lot of connections (actual contacts not like the LinkedIn/social media contacts).. so the network increases. This can be vital if the startup has a B2B model. For example if the startup is providing a service to banks.. having a strong network might help the startup to get the contract. How much of this do you think is correct?
    3) A lot of people tell me that working in consulting gives us a 360 degree view of businesses and many of these skills like presentation skills, negotiation skills, analysis skills, interpersonal skills can contribute greatly to the success of a startup.
    4) Some firms like Accenture or BCG have product consulting divisions. Would this experience help while starting a product based startup?
    5) I’m okay-ish with Math & pretty decent with creativity & design. Assuming that I’m only using consulting as a way to travel and experience different businesses or industries and not really trying to become the firm’s partner….What are my odds of doing moderately well?

    Many thanks in advance.

  • Can you hip dips workout and chest workout with dumbbells, I just did your back and I love it ��Ima ask my hubby to do this workout with me when he’s off from work

  • New subscriber here! We love your channel! Amazing content. We, too, post workout videos form home. If you guys wouldn’t mind checking out our channel and giving any tips that would be amazing! We’re trying to grow our channel and content. Would love to hear your feedback

  • GRAB A BUDDY! Hope you guys enjoy this partner workout! Would you like to see more like this? Let me know! See you tomorrow Xx Maddie

  • Thank you. It was so nice to have this during our stay at home workout. I create videos for deaf students, could you guide me on how to add a timer? I think it would be so helpful with their video school work during this COVID-19.

  • Thanks for the insdes! Looking forward to when i can experience Wirkung AS a Consultant to see If its a good Carrer choice for me.

  • If you are staying safe at home, here Partner Bodyweight Workout https://www.entirestrength.com/partner-bodyweight-workout-with-pro-runners/

  • Also inspired by your journey (following you for about 8 years now) I started working in Consulting a few months ago.. the most important thing I learned so far: Better done than perfect! Just get shit done and everything else will follow

  • We’ve done this one twice now and would love to see another no equipment for couples however, I hurt my back when my husband holds my feet. I think this part is too hard for many of us. Would love to see something that isn’t as crazy but still a good workout while were all quarantined with each other

  • I’m not trying to sound creepy your body is just perfect..healthy toned and perfect for your body frame ☺️ PS I thought when shorts rode up it was cuz my fat legs…nice to know it’s normal �� Thank you again for doing what you do ��������

  • This is SO cute! I LOVED this.. I thought all those workouts were really something the way you both workout at the same time ����������������

  • I would totally try this with my husband, but I’m embarassed about my look and my huffin and puffin during workout ��. That’s why I prefer to work out alone.

  • 2-3 years in management consulting (Associate to consultant) best point to switch to hedge fund! The initial period at MC will help you to build work ethic and transferable skill set!

  • The single most important thing that affects health and fitness is who you surround yourself with. Pick health friends and exercise with them! Awesome workout. All three of the instructors all stunning knockouts! Great work ladies.

  • His videos have improved alot over the years. Used to be very boring but now it seems he is taking YouTube seriously. I love it mate!!!

  • I can vouch for the shift from consulting to finance I have worked in management consulting previously and shifted to PE and the transition is smooth. However, it’s a lot easier to move from Finance to consulting as you get used to long hours and similar work life