The family that works out together, stays together. Letsmove.gov, suggests several tips on how to successfully incorporate getting your heart rate pumping into family time. According to the government website, by adding the habit of exercise families develop lifelong healthy habits. This backs up a 2011 study published in Psychology of Sport and Exercise that concluded that the exercise habits of people you know have a positive influence on your exercise habits. Also, a study from the Department of Kinesiology at Indiana University found that couples who worked out together had a higher success rate than those who went at it alone. So find a fun and fitness fueled activity, grab your loved ones and get moving!