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Rev Up Your Relationship with This Unique Valentine’s Day Date

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Scroll through your Pinterest home page and you’ll most likely find at least five posts about the benefits of working out. Scroll through the Health & Fitness boards and you’ll definitely find a handful of posts about how beneficial exercising with your partner can be for your relationship. The stress fighting power of a gym-sesh along with sky rocketing endorphins can lead to a healthier and more powerful bond with your beau.

 

Learning makes the heart grow fonder

Well, it turns out that learning how to lift weights and make gains together isn’t the only way to strengthen your bond. Sure the body you might earn at the gym can add to your self-esteem. But experts tend to agree that learning anything new can make you feel more confident. And more importantly, US News reported couples that take on fun and challenging new activities together get a boost in dopamine. This increase in confidence and dopamine can certainly lead to a happier you, but when it’s done together, it can lead to a stronger relationship too – especially considering the effects both of these factors can have on your libido!

But let’s say you and yours are looking for a bond-building activity that involves a little less sweat. Our suggestion? Sushi! Impress your guy or gal with an original idea by taking them to a sushi making class. Not only will it be a great bonding experience, but the champagne and sushi can also leave you feeling just the right amount of frisky. According to the LA Times, the fatty acids in salmon and mackerel can do wonders to get your hormones all fired up. Edamame also has these fun little phytoestrogens that will get your lady going and tuna can have some serious side effects to get your guy turned up.

 

The simplicity of sushi

Some may be thinking that patience is a virtue possessed only by the gods. And since it can take a whole lot of patience to learn a new skill, maybe making sushi might lead to a temper tantrum you’d rather not experience. Think again, because rolling up sushi really couldn’t be any easier. With the help of some professionals who can provide a bamboo mat, it’s quite simple. Sure, the first few attempts may come out a little messy but once you catch the hang of it you’ll be replacing your usual Taco Tuesdays with Spicy Salmon Sundays.

Ditch the teddy bear and chocolates this Valentine’s Day and rev up your relationship with endorphins and aphrodisiacs while learning a fun new skill. Check out Red Lantern Restaurant and Lounge in Foxwoods or Boston for a tailored and unforgettable experience learning how to make sushi with your lover! And the best part about gaining this talent – you get to eat the finished product.

 

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Sources:

Huffington Post, FamilyShare, US News, LifestyleUpdated, LA Times, Secrets of Sushi