#RelationshipGoals: Meagan Good, DeVon Franklin Remind Us Couples Who Work Out Together Stay Together
Studies have found that couples who work out together, stay together. Why? Because they’re happier, healthier and more in love.
A study in 2000 found that after doing a physical challenge or activity as a couple, pairs felt happier with their relationships and more in love with their significant other.
And not to mention, having someone hold you accountable helps you reach your fitness goals. Plus, exercise, in general, can help you live longer to stay around longer for your spouse.
But how many of us are really hitting the track, the gym, the court and more with our partners? Meagan Good and husband DeVon Franklin are making it happen, going hard in the gym as a couple. The pair recently shared video of themselves running with resistance bands strapped to them, doing bench jumps, mountain climbers, sledgehammer workouts, pushing weighted sleds and more. Oh, and fitting in a kiss here and there:
They also find time to be active together by riding bikes around L.A., which is super cute:
But they’re not the only couple who like to get active. In fact, Ne-Yo and his wife, Crystal Renay, actually work out with the same coach as Good and Franklin, celebrity trainer Mike T. They also look like quite the fit pair:
Love a fit and fab couple! If you and your partner can make the time, exercise together. Not only can you get in shape together, but teaming up can help make the workout struggle a little less real. Talk about a win-win.