Dynamic Dates for Active Couples

Dynamic Dates for Active Couples

As the holiday of romance, Valentine’s Day is a symbolic invitation to let love flourish. While a nice cooked meal can be a nice way to spend an evening together, you may want to try something a little more adventurous with your partner when it comes to this special day. This year skip the traditional movie and dinner for one of these fun date ideas that will keep your Valentine on their toes.

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Go for a Bike Ride

No matter where you are in the States, you’re likely within a short drive of a scenic park or bike trail. Bike-friendly trails and parks can be fun to ride through, with scenic routes and fresh air to put you both in a good mood. The best part about bike riding is you can set the speed to match your mood. Ride at a relaxing pace and enjoy each other’s presence or try racing each other if you’re feeling competitive. Just don’t forget your helmet!

Bundle Up for Winter Sports

If climbing up mountains aren’t really your style, try skiing down them instead! Valentine’s Day weekend in February is also one of the peak ski seasons, when most lifts and ski runs are open. Skiing and snowboarding are some of the most popular winter sports that can also help you sneak in some strength training. At the end of the day, you can defrost with your partner by sharing some hot cocoa next to a romantic fire.

Try a Rock-Climbing Course

Climbing is a great couples’ activity because it requires teamwork to help you reach the top and stay safe while climbing. If you’re new to rock climbing, or the weather is too rough to stay outside, look for a nearby rock climbing gym. Many gyms offer beginner group courses to show you the ropes and practice walls for a variety of skill levels.

Take a Swing at Golf

Putt-putt golf is a fun sport for all ages and skill levels. It can keep you moving without breaking a sweat. You can keep the game light-hearted or up the steaks with a friendly bet. Some courses also allow you to bring in food and drinks, so you can make it a well-rounded date.

Team Up in a Co-Op

If you fancy staying indoors for this romantic holiday, why not pick up a cooperative game for you and your partner to enjoy? Video games have become one of the most popular team-building hobbies lately. Co-op games can also be great tools for leveling up your communication skills! From mind-bending puzzles to adventurous platformers, there are plenty of cooperative genres to choose from.

Stay Moving Together

If pain is keeping you from spending time with the people you love most, schedule an appointment with Airrosti.

Our providers are dedicated to diagnosing the cause of your pain and treating injuries at the source for fast, effective pain relief. We also give you tools and resources that can help prevent future injury so you can keep doing the things you love most, pain free.  Based on patient-reported outcomes, our providers can resolve most injuries in as few as three visits.

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