Strength training your marriage isn’t just about you as an individual. It’s about strength training your marriage so that you and your spouse create a healthy, vibrant and growing marriage.

The first 11 years of our marriage. we didn’t do much strength training in our marriage.

We read a few devotionals, we had done a few small groups at church for married couples, occasionally we went out on date night or got a weekend by ourselves but that was about it.

The foundation of our marriage was awful: distance, disconnected, and loneliness.

When we decided to start strength training our marriage muscles a shift occurred. A shift that let’s us look at each day with excitement, with expectation that the best is yet to come.

The same thing can happen in your marriage.

Find your personal marriage trainer (hopefully us), so you can live your marriage with a plan, a purpose and excitement for what’s to come.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about why strength training isn’t just something for the gym but rather something that your marriage needs as well.

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