Carerobics: 11 Ways To Give Your Relationship A Workout
For keeping your romantic life in shape
Actress Rose Byrne recently transformed in to a manic, self-styled relationship guru for a video parody commissioned by female-powered comedy site PYPO (an acronym for ‘put your pretty on’).
The video previewed exclusively on The Cut, and while it didn’t exactly arm us with nuggets of relationship wisdom it has convinced us that applying tried and tested workout tips to your love life is actually a pretty smart concept. Byrne and her onscreen partner coined ‘carerobics’ – love life aerobics, if you will.
The logic is sound: if you want to keep your body in shape you would embark on an exercise routine – so why not apply the same thinking to your romantic life.
And boy-o does it seem like us Brits could do with a romantic workout. A recent study by OnePoll has found that millions of British couples cannot remember the last time they went on a date together.
We’re not just suffering from collective amnesia, it’s just that many of us could really do with spending more quality time with our other half. The same study found that almost one in five people in relationships only manage to schedule a date night twice a year.
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