3) Keep it short No girl wants to read a long profile with a guy blabbering on about himself.
Boutique gyms imply status (a sign that you can afford pricey classes and hang with tough instructors), and, Brinch says, "now you can invite someone to your yoga or cycling class without a membership.
"It was an opportunity to be supportive about something important but not serious," he says.
"Helping her through a 15-miler became a blueprint for the future." The couple that sweats together stays together—or stays fit enough to lure future lovers. "Skip sessions where you have to move to the same beat"—like dance-based classes or advanced yoga—"because you're not necessarily at the exact same fitness level," says Sara Haley, who teaches cardio blast at Equinox Santa Monica.
"I travel a lot, and it's efficient to hang out while exercising," he says. "It's more fun than a formal meal and saves time—any woman who says no probably isn't a good match."These men are part of a new mating ritual: exercising together.
Parks, gyms, and fitness studios are filled with couples putting their raw selves up for view.