20 Ways to Make Your Valentine’s Weekend Physical

Not like that people!!!

I am talking dates that can include moving your body!   I thought it would be nice to help steer your minds along the lines of doing more physical activities outside the bedroom with your husbands.  For those that are dating, these activities can fill your many date mornings and afternoons.

You can save the nights for the regular stuff like movies, dinner, and plays!


20 Ways to Make Your Valentine’s Weekend Physical - Rx Fitness Lady

  • Skating; Ice, Roller Skates, In-Line

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  • Start a hobby together like Bicycling
  • Go horseback riding – it’s good therapy
  • Take a Body balancing class – yoga, Pilates, etc.
  • Take a cardio group fitness class
  • Take a weight lifting class

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  • Walk a Trail

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  • Take Boxing Lessons
  • Go Hiking
  • Bowling
  • Swimming
  • Play on a Coed Softball Team
  • Attend a cross fit session
  • Shoot Hoops or Play H.O.R.S.E.

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  • Do a boot camp class
  • Kayaking and Canoeing
  • Batting Cages
  • Salsa Lessons or other Dance lessons
  • Pop in a workout DVD and make a picnic lunch or dinner to eat afterwards
  • Run for pleasure or do a race together like Run or Dye Run or Dye Rx Fitness Lady Promo Code


Another local run I’m proud to be affiliated with is coming up soon!

Bookin It
Bookin’ It 5K & Kids’ Bookworm Jog
Date: Saturday, February 22, 2014
Location: Stone Edge Church (5659 Zebulon Rd, corner of Zebulon & Bass)
Time: Kids’ Bookworm Jog – 8:00 a.m.; 5K – 8:30 a.m.
Bookin’ It 5K is a family-friendly event for runners and walkers of all ages and abilities. Strollers are welcome on the 5K course.  There will also be a Kids’ Bookworm Jog presented by the Macon Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. for children age 12 and under, and a Post Race Festival with refreshments, activities, and entertainment for the entire family!  All proceeds from Bookin’ It 5K support the children’s literacy and school readiness projects of the Junior League of Macon.

Race Registration Fees & Details

5K: $20 through 02/09/14; $25 from 02/08/14 until Race Day

Kids’ Bookworm Jog: $12 through 02/09/14; $15 from 02/08/14 until Race Day

Silent Reader: $20 (I support the cause, but unable to participate in the race)

Online registration and the 5K course map are available on Active.com through February 16, 2014. If you prefer to print your registration form and mail it in, please visit  JLMacon.org

For updates on the race, please like Junior League of Macon on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

For more information, contact the Race Chair at tmcgee.jlm@gmail.com

Yours in Healthy, Active, & Prosperous Lifestyles,


Rx FItness Lady wants to know…

  • Which of these activities would you like to do with your significant other?
  • What would you add to the list?


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Greetings, I'm Joi, a Pharmacist with a passion for fitness & a community leader. I teach BODYCOMBAT, BODYPUMP, Tabata Boot Camp, & serve as a mentor to young girls. My goal is to inspire people to live healthy, active, & prosperous lifestyles through practical blog posts deliveries. You can find me on Facebook and Instagram. You can view more post and subscribe to stay tuned to latest updates at Rx Fitness Lady.

35 thoughts on “20 Ways to Make Your Valentine’s Weekend Physical

    • There were several families there this weekend where we went and they were having tons of fun with different people falling, holding on to rails, etc!

    • Well, I suggested it this weekend and the Mister was a real trooper holding on to that rail 🙂 !

      You already know I’m dropping everything to go read this post you’ve linked !

  1. I would love to roller skate with my husband. We took the kids to an arcade over the weekend and it’s next to a skating rink. They were playing “Thriller” in there and it was just so catchy, I wanted to be in there skating. I wasn’t bad when I was a kid!
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  2. Ha! Beyonce’s “Drunk In Love” was playing in my mind when I saw this post title. I thought you went straight there! These are great suggestions. I would love to do a race, walking a trail, swimming, or skating with my husband. “We be all night…” LOL Love ya, Joi!
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  3. LOL! You know what I thought first.

    I love roller skating…one of my favorites. Although I stick to four wheels. I’m horrible on inline and my rear can’t take it.

    I’ve never actually worked out with a guy before. When Jason and I were first together we always worked out separately although all of our equipment has always been in the house. We used to play tennis (or attempt to) and do a lot of walking together though. Good times!
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  4. I wish the Husband and I were able to take jogs together. Unfortunately he’s MUCH faster and fitter than me. Though he’s said that he would consider taking ballroom dance classes with me…which is an offer I plan on accepting (and enforcing!) someday. If it were warmer, I know the Husband would love to go backpacking/camping in one of the remote state parks.

    Looks like the Bookworm run is a great one! I’m all for any race that welcomes strollers and encourages children’s reading skills!
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  5. I always wanted to learn to ice skate. But then, I can barely roller skate so I don’t know how that would go!
    You know my mind went straight to the gutter when I read the title of this post…..
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  6. All great ideas! That title had me thinking: all right! Dr Love is in the house, gonna share something today! Hahaha I love the idea of ice skating, but after my bout with roller blading, I’m going to stick with walking 🙂
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  7. You look so cute in your skates girlie! My husband and I do walk together, except on those days when he’s really intense(he’s no fun then), lol! I would love to take a boxing class with him and I’ve always wanted to take up salsa or some type of ballroom dancing. Great list Joi…thanks for sharing! Have a wonderful week my friend! xoxo
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  8. Well you said, “Not like that” so I can’t go there. I will tell you that we can’t get along working out together. Unt uh. It is fun doing things as a family though because we aren’t competing with one another if we have Christopher along – so biking is fun. I do think we do good at a run or dye kind of thing though.
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  9. What a great list. I enjoy roller skating…still awkward on the blades, much less ice skates. I’d definitely go for a run with the hubs. His legs itches when he runs…it’s so funny to watch…oh sorry…um Valentines ( can’t make fun of him). The next best thing would be to walk the trails. So relaxing…
    I’ve been horseback riding so that’s definitely out. I was sore for 3 days in my inner thighs.lol
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  10. I actually love these ideas. Despite having not been ice-skating since I was about 10, hubby and I were thinking about doing it for our first valentine’s day as a married couple. But I don’t know if we’ll feel like going out with all this snow.

    I hope you are right about roller blading transferring over to skates. I’ve been doing it a lot lately with my little sister as part of the Big Brother Big Sister program.
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  11. I knew this would be something good based on the title! LOL! You look so adorable in your ice skates! I just found on in Phoenix they put down some ice for the kids to skate. I will be excited to do that one day. I’ve been ice skating like once before and it was lots of fun. I love all of your ideas. I wonder if I will ever do a 5K since I’ve heard about it in the blog world so many times. A fun one in the future with the kids might be a great experience. 🙂
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