This Is Why You Should Date A Girl Who Lifts

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Let’s just face the facts… she is not the easiest to handle, but she definitely raises the bar (literally and figuratively).

I mean, any girl can hit the treadmill for hours. So when you manage to find one of these rare gems, here is what you can expect…

She is the most fun loving person you’ll ever meet, but will challenge you in ways you didn’t know existed.

She will encourage you to also go on the fitness journey with her, because let’s be honest… you’ll be eating a lot of chicken, veggies, and peanut butter with her, so you might as well.

You know she is not afraid of commitment because she has committed herself to a lifelong journey of fitness.

She can go from a sweaty mess in a ball cap to a sundress — and looks damn good in both.

You never have to worry about doing anything physical because she’ll be right there with you doing it too.

You’ll learn to know her “low carb times” because her attitude level can go from 0 to 100 rather quickly. Promise to not get mad at her. It’s rough.

She is always willing to put that extra effort in. She has something to prove to herself, which people often don’t understand.

She will expect you to notice her “gains” and commend her for them.

She knows the importance of working both sides. Not just on her body, but in the relationship too.

She can always go for another round because she has limited boundaries.

She will not put up with you giving her a bad tone. It’s called R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

She is strong, fierce, and can hold her own. She doesn’t need you to rely on because she can do it all by herself.

You can count on her to lift you up when times are tough. She will never let you drown in self-doubt.

She will push you to fulfill all of your goals and help you crush them.

She thrives on challenges, so be ready for unexpected spontaneous adventures.

And at the end of the day she will always be down to cuddle up with you because feeling wanted and appreciated is what really triggers her happiness. Thought Catalog Logo Mark

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