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Fit couples share tips on working out with your swolemate

This undated photo provide by Jamie Hess shows Jamie and George Hess working out together in New York City. It's tempting to blow off a workout, but getting sweaty with your significant other makes a workout more fun and ups the intensity ante.(Jamie Hess via AP) Source: The Associated Press

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — It's hot and sticky outside, all your friends are at the beach or at brunch. It's tempting to blow off a workout, but getting sweaty with your significant other definitely ups the fun factor and makes it easier to stick to. We asked some of our favorite swolemates (that's internet speak for soul mates who like to get swole, as in muscular or swollen, together) about the creative ways they sneak in a workout and how it has improved their relationships.

GIUILIANA AND BILL RANCIC-MAKE IT FUN

The Rancics started working out together 11

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