So, my life has changed pretty drastically over the past year. Both me and my fiancée have gotten new full-time jobs, and have moved into the country.
However, this means that our lifestyle has become very sedentary, as we now both work in offices.
Before this, we both went to the gym regularly, and were getting reasonable fitness levels. But since then our fitness has dropped drastically.
I'm quite used to this, as I get sick quite a lot, so I'll have periods of months where I do a lot of training, but then it will stop suddenly for a while, so I have no worry that I can get back into it again.
My problem is that I want to encourage my fiancée to get back into it. She wants to get fitter, but without access to a gym there aren't a lot of things that she likes doing.
We don't have a lot of room in our apartment to keep equipment like rowing machines etc. but there is enough room for other exercises.
Living in the country, there are also a lot of nice routes for jogging/walking, however she is entirely against jogging. For me this was the only thing I could think of to build an exercise regimen around, so now I'm stuck as to what things we can do together.
Walking is fun, which we already do, but hopefully there can be other things we can do whilst walking that will be a little more intense and fitness building.
My question is, without jogging, what exercises can we do together that don't involve bulky equipment, that I can build a balanced exercise routine from?
They can be indoor or outdoor, but I'm looking for a range of different things we can do for an overall balanced regimen.