While the traditional dinner and movie is tried and true, novelty is the essence of romance. Active dates can be a great way to build stronger connections with your partner. Not to mention, the endorphins released during physical activity will give your and your date a physical and mental boost to feel great inside and out.
If you’re looking for fresh ideas to spend with someone special, try these fun activities:
Not only is dancing a wonderful form of artistic expression, it provides opportunities to get close and personal with your partner. Whether it’s salsa, swing, or tango, we highly recommend taking your date to nearest dance studio or fitness center to really get things moving. Regardless of your dancing experience, we’re confident both you and your partner will have lots of fun.
Biking is one activity for gaining popularity, and for good reason. It’s better for your bones, gives a good cardiovascular workout, and better for the environment. Enjoy a scenic trail or ride your bikes to a romantic restaurant. To make it even better, there’s no scramble to find parking, no parking costs, and no parking tickets.
A day spent hitting the hiking trails and enjoying the outdoors offers breathtaking views, opportunities to get to know each other, and an excellent form of cardio. Depending on what you’re comfortable with, you can champion the nearest peak or just enjoy a casual walk in the park. Looking for trails nearby? You can find close trails with AllTrails.
This is probably better suited for long-term couples and not a first date. Camping is a great way to enjoy each other’s company, away from the city’s hustle and bustle. You can spend a night gazing at the stars stars, feast on dinner by a campfire, enjoy the beauty of the outdoors, and escape from modern distractions.
Indoor or outdoor rock climbing is a great way to work out your upper body while pushing yourself to new heights. And because of the nature of the activity, rock climbing with a date can help you both build trust and support, a key foundation of any relationship.
Yoga alone can do wonders for your body and mind - couples yoga can promote better relationships, build trust with your partner, and increase the exchange of positive energy. Have fun, laugh, and connect with each other. Here are four couples yoga poses to get you started.
Nothing screams romance like a good topspin. Take your date to the court and practice your serves. Play against each other to stir up some friendly competition or play doubles to see how well you can work as a team.
Regardless of the adrenaline-pumping date you want to tackle together, being active together are vital to keeping relationships strong.