The couple that exercises together sticks together. Or something like that. PHOTO/Title Boxing Club

Nothing screams “I love you” quite like a quick jab, a right hook and an uppercut.

Pam LeBlanc tries a Title Boxing class in October, 2014. Photo by Rodolfo Gonzalez/AAS

To that end, Title Boxing Club, which offers group boxing lessons (with punching bags, not against human opponents) is offering a pair of Valentine’s-themed classes.

A “Couples Date Night” session is scheduled for 6 p.m. Feb. 13 and a singles’ “Love in the Ring” class is set for noon Feb. 14 at both locations, 13945 North U.S. Highway 183 and 1401 South Interstate 35 in Round Rock.

And remember: Working out with your partner is a great way to tell them you care about your health and theirs. You’re more likely to stick to a fitness plan if you’ve got a partner to train with, too. Plus, it’s fun to come out swinging in front of your honey.

I tried the class in October, when I was going through a stressful period in my personal life. Punching helped.The folks at Title Boxing  say all those endorphins you’ll release while exercising with your partner will help you create a stronger bond.

Punch on!