Fitness is better with friends. We all know we need more exercise, but sometimes it’s hard to get motivated alone. When you add a buddy, it can be more fun.
Here are 5 reasons why it’s great to work out with a buddy:
When you work out with someone else, you can hold each other accountable. You’re less likely to be able to sleep-in when there’s someone expecting you to join them.
It May Be Safer
Depending on when and where you choose to work out, having someone with you, may be safer. If you are one that likes to run early in the morning, some places that can be dangerous, also sometimes it’s better to have someone near if you are lifting heavy weights.
You May Try New Exercises
A buddy can help you discover new exercise options and having someone to boost your confidence allows you to relax and enjoy the experience.
You May Work Out Longer
When there’s someone else with you, you may be able to meet your goals quicker because you both encourage each other to stay and get it done. Plus, having someone to chat with between sets, helps the time pass more quickly.
You May Recover Together
After a good workout, you and your buddy can go enjoy healthy post exercise meal or snack.
Sometimes two is better than one and there are studies that have shown that when people start workout programs with friends, they usually end up completing the whole program. Let me be your buddy, schedule a consult with me, I’ll help you meet your goals.
Just like I’ll be your work out coach/buddy to challenge you, if you need help getting under contract, I can help you with that too. Whether you’re the seller or the buyer, let me help you get under contract.
What Does It Mean To Be Under Contract?
After the offer is accepted by the seller, there is a contract (purchase agreement) that the buyer and seller need to sign. Once they've both signed it, it becomes a legally binding agreement between the buyer and the seller. When both the buyer and seller receive a copy of the agreement and it’s called an “exchange of contracts” the property is then considered “under contract.”
This isn’t the time to celebrate yet, because being under contract doesn’t mean the house cannot go back on the market. Sometimes things happen that can void the contract such as,
The "cooling off" period – as with any contract, the buyer has 3 business days to reconsider and withdraw from the purchase agreement.
All the contingencies will need to be met, often times there are contingencies, like for example, a buyer doesn’t agree to buy the house until their current house is sold.
Buyer and seller agents go back and forth and negotiate until there’s an agreement.
Once the offer is accepted, depending on how you see it, you can start your calming mind or your Woosah! And remember, I’m here to help you get through each step of the process.
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