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Swing your Sally: Swing dancing

This is actually one of the most intensive workouts you can do – and it’s made for couples. Not only will you work up a sweat as you shimmy and jitterbug up and down the leisure centre floor, but you’ll also have a chance to work on your rhythm, which will save some embarrassment in the future. London Swing Cats offers classes for beginners to intermediate and they have a discounted price for entering as a couple.

Details: Classes take place in Walthamstow on a Tuesday and Euston on a Wednesday and cost £30 per couple.

Bootcamp babes: Bootcamp

This can be really tough, but if your loved one is there to mop up the tears, you’re bound to do better. Many trainers recommend joining bootcamps as a couple because you can motivate each other (and kick each other out of bed in the morning). Although it’s mainly blood, sweat and tears, you can keep the romance alive by training on Primrose Hill with its dramatic views of London – we’re warning you though, it may take your breath away.

Details: Sam Warrington Fitness offers classes on Primrose Hill as well as in Hyde Park and Highbury Fields. Weekly sessions cost £38 per month, and times are listed online.

Unleash the beast: Co-ed team sports

Have your weekly shouting match outdoors instead of while washing the dishes by joining a team sport. You can save all that pent-up agression for the pitch, screaming as long and as loud as you want (and at your partner if need be) so that by time you return home the monster has been tamed. If you’re of an extremely competitive nature, however, we recommend that you join the same side.

Details: Meet-up websites list co-ed teams inLondon and there’s a huge range of sports (plus it’s free!). Click here for more info.

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