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Feeling the burn-- together

Justin and Jessica Rundle have launched Workout Anywhere, an online fitness program that takes participants through a variety of workouts at varying fitness levels. (Dan Pelle)
Justin and Jessica Rundle have launched Workout Anywhere, an online fitness program that takes participants through a variety of workouts at varying fitness levels. (Dan Pelle)

File photo. Justin and Jessica Rundle have launched Workout Anywhere, an online fitness program that takes participants through a variety of workouts at varying fitness levels.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Sometimes, a tinge of competition seeps into the physical fitness activities that Lee Rerick and her husband, Randy Syverson, love to do together.

“We might do a little bit of friendly ribbing,” she said.

But mostly, mutual support of each other’s fitness goals keeps them going, and any competitiveness only spurs a desire to boost personal performance, she said.

The couple regularly workout at Choice Health & Fitness, where they take a variety of classes including Spinning and weight-training.

Mutual support is “pretty important” to sticking with their exercise routine, she said.

“If one person doesn’t feel like going (to the gym), the other does. We encourage each other.”  Read more.

Do you exercise with your partner, someone else, or on your own?




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Cindy Hval
Cindy Hval is a freelance columnist for the Voices neighborhood sections. Her Front Porch column appears twice a month in the Thursday Voice.








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