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7 Active Date Ideas
Tired of the same old same old when it comes to date night? There’s SO much more to do than dinner and a movie. Why not use your next date night as an excuse to get active? An active date may be exactly what you need to break out of your usual date routine and sneak movement into your busy schedule. Check out these ideas!
Take a Hike
Is the weather nice? Seize every moment with an outdoor activity you’ll both enjoy.
Take in the fresh air and beautiful sights on one of Oklahoma’s many hiking trails or state parks.
Go for a Walk
No time to drive to a hiking destination? Take a walk through your own neighborhood. Make it a leisurely walk with pets or turn up the heat with power walking, challenging step goals and long distances! This date can be as intense or as relaxing as you want, so find what works for you and your partner.
Plant Your Garden
If you’ve ever planted a garden, you know how rewarding it can be! Plan a day to pick up a few seasonal seeds and supplies and build a garden filled with your favorite vegetables, fruits or herbs. Not only will you get to enjoy the “fruits” of your labor, but you’ll also feel great after getting some sunshine and a challenging workout!
Become a Tourist
Explore your city or town on foot! Visit local parks, free museums and farmers markets along the way — or raise the stakes with a homemade scavenger hunt. You’ll be shocked by how much fun you’ll have as a tourist in your own town. Plus, you’ll log a lot of steps!
Work Out Together
If you really want to spike your heart rate, try working out together. Visit a gym near you or see if your local park is offering any free classes. If you don’t want to leave the house, you can move and groove at home with these videos. By the end of your workout, you’ll be laughing and working up a sweat!
Seize Every Season
Check out seasonal activities happening in your area. In the winter, go ice skating, sledding or look at holiday lights. In the warmer months, take a dip in the pool or work your arm muscles while kayaking or paddleboarding. Make the most of every season by creating memories and getting active together.
Give Back to Your Community
Another good way to stay healthy is to give back. See what volunteer opportunities are available near you and make a day of it. Whether you’re using tools to knock out some manual labor or tracking a lot of steps, you’ll definitely get a workout! Be sure to track your steps while you volunteer — you may be surprised at the amount you log.
Moving on your own is great, but moving with your person is even better! If you still want to end the date with a romantic dinner, refuel with these healthy recipes.