Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade Did a Full-Body Couples Workout

The power couple recently mixed strength and cardio exercises during a full-body workout.

Undeniably, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade exemplify #CoupleGoals in every way. They've successfully navigated over eight years of matrimony, are doting parents to three wonderful children, and have even carved a niche for themselves as one of the most adorable families on the digital platform, TikTok. In addition, they motivate each other in their quests for fitness.

In a recent Instagram update, Union shared a video of the duo sweating it out at their gym. "Working on my @fitonapp fitness at the gym, he can vouch for it!" Union quipped in the caption, subtly referencing the 2006 chartbuster, "Fergalicious" by Fergie. The video showcases the couple engaging in a high-intensity workout that blends elements of strength training and cardiovascular exercises.

The video kicks off with Union and Wade vigorously performing leg presses. This is followed by a treadmill session where Union opts for an incline walk, while Wade prefers a run. The video also demonstrates the couple doing crunches on a Bosu ball accompanied by overhead resistance bands for added strain, alternate lunges aided by suspension straps, dumbbell chest presses, and cable chest flys.

Working as a team, Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are no strangers to breaking out a sweat together. The pair have made exercising an integral part of their daily routine, often waking up before the children and starting their day at the home gym, as Union, a FitOn ambassador, shared with Women's Day in the previous year. While they possess differing fitness objectives, their shared workout sessions have been instrumental in maintaining their motivation levels. Union emphasizes that consistency is the way to go for them. A further testament to the couple's inspirational approach is rooted in scientific evidence – participating in regular workouts with your significant other can yield positive results. As per a study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships in 2021, those who exercise with their romantic partners are more likely to stick to their fitness routine. Additionally, it enhances their relationship both within and outside the fitness space. So, if you ever find yourself grappling with the challenge of keeping up with your gym routine, consider taking a leaf out of Union's and Wade's book. Bring along your partner or a friend to your workout session and watch how it transforms your fitness journey.

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