Women's Health

Love at First Sweat

, working out involved walking into a gym, doing your thing, then leaving to go about the rest of your day. The only person you’d talk to might be the front-desk receptionist or the guy hogging the one rowing machine. That story line has long since ended. For many, fitness has evolved into an opportunity to meet cool and like-minded people—new friends, sure, but increasingly, romantic partners. In the past three years alone, at least half a dozen dating apps have sprung up that match users based on mutual workout pursuits. (A few you may have heard of: Sweatt, Datefit, and

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