Monday, 05 February 2018 08:34

Group Workouts: More Than Just For Fun

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It's fine and dandy to want some alone time during your workouts, but did you know that having a pal with you or being part of a group can actually be beneficial to the results you get?

Why? Let's Break It Down.


COMPETITION: 

When you're working out with others, you feel that competitive edge. You want to do better than the others, you can do better than them, and you want to prove it. So, you work harder and longer. You push your limits. If you're looking for improvement, some friendly competition is one way to go.

MOTIVATION:

It's hard to slack when there are others watching! Not only that but if you're working out with a friend, you will be less likely to cancel workout plans you had made .

SHARING IDEAS:

If you've got a workout buddy or group, then chances are you'll be sharing techniques and regimens with each other. When isn't that a great idea? You could learn things you never even thought to question!

SAFETY:

Everyone is known to make mistakes, and when it comes to fitness they can sometimes be pretty painful ones. So, having someone there with you during workouts isn't a bad idea. They can help you avoid mistakes that could cause injuries and can help you out if you do get injured.

MORE THAN JUST FOR FUN... BUT STILL FUN:

While working out with others can help you to focus, it can also help you to relax! Enjoying your time and talking with your friends or group is undeniably a great thing, so group workouts aren't just healthy, but can also be really fun!

 

Had enough yet? We didn't think so! Go ahead and take a look at our eBook "7 Steps to a More Disciplined Workout" for some great pointers on how to get the very best from each and every workout:

 

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