How Exercise Can Spice Up Your Sex Life

When it comes to boosting your sex life, starting an exercise program is the way to go. Not only that, regular exercise helps you to lose the extra pounds and keep them off for good, improve your cardiovascular power, prevent heart diseases, and so on. The list of reasons why regular exercise is good for you is almost endless.

Furthermore, exercise can make out of you a sex god! If you still have any doubts, here are some of the ways that regular exercise improves sexual performance and enhances your overall enjoyment of the experience.

Exercise and Sexual Endurance

Good endurance levels lead to superior sexual fortitude in the bedroom, no doubts. The more cardio power you’ve in your tank, the better you’ll be able to sustain your performance and keep up with your partner. Otherwise, you’ll find it hard to keep up without slowing down or taking a rest every now and there—especially if you’re partner is wild and fit.

As result, if you suffer from performance anxiety, roll up in a cardio class and watch your endurance soaring through the roof. After that, take those improvements into the bedroom and enjoy a better sexual experience.

Exercise Makes You Feel Sexier

People who exercise on a regular basis have a superior body image and are usually healthier, feel younger and have more attractive bodies over sedentary people. Meaning the more you exercise, the sexier you look and feel. See, if you’re feeling sexy, then you’ll be more comfortable when having sex and be eager to have more, thus leading to better sexual performance.

As a result, the sexier you feel, the more sex you’re going to have.

Exercise Reduces Erectile Dysfunction

Suffering from erectile dysfunction can put your sexual experience at halt. Not only that, your self-esteem and overall well-being will suffer as a result. This condition is dreadful and it’s usually caused by circulatory difficulties (of course there are other causes for this condition). See, for you to have a full erection, your penis needs sufficient blood flow in order to remain erect. Therefore, any problem such as high blood pressure  (hypertension) or blocked arteries can impede that process, thus leading to erectile dysfunction.

Fortunately, regular exercise keeps your heart and arteries healthy and functioning at their best. Consequently, it decreases the chances of erectile dysfunction, thus boosting your sexual confidence and power.

Overtraining and sexual performance

Though regular exercise has its proven effectiveness on improving sexual performance, too much exercise won’t make out of you a sex god. In fact, pushing yourself too much in the gym will negatively interfere with your performance in the bedroom. Overtraining over taxes the body and kills testosterone (the sex hormone), thus making you more fatigued and less inclined to have sex. In addition, overtraining leads to a plethora health troubles such as weight gain, injuries, insomnia, and so on.

As a result, you must steer clear of this nightmare. Moderation is key to making the most out of your training without going overboard. Aim for 3-4 workouts per week, 30-45 minutes each session. Make sure to space out your training days with a recovery day, get quality sleep and keep listening to your body; it’s your best coach and can tell you when you need to keep going or to stop.


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David DACK is a runner and an established author on weight loss, motivation and fitness.

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