People who exercise 3-5 times a week at 60 minutes a day have increased sex drive, more variety and passion as well as more reliable “equipment.”
It is no secret how great sex can be and how getting some on a regular basis is beneficial to your overall health. Exercise greatly contributes to your overall health and very much to your sexual health--physically and mentally! Consistent exercise not only helps to increase your stamina, strength and power but your blood flow throughout your body, which for men can certainly attribute to an increase in size as well. This helps you to last longer and go harder but it also helps to increase testosterone levels, which really drives a lot of the passion and overall primal instinct in sex that can lead not only to a wide variety of different things but really make it explode in the end.
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With exercise your sex drive will significantly increase, this is due to all the elevated hormone levels within your body and again feeling confident and good about yourself. Along with all that sweat your no doubt sweating out, those pheromones along with your hot body and gleaming self-confidence will be turning heads in no time!
Many people have many goals and reasons for exercising, it’s okay to be a bit selfish and do it for you! Weight loss, confidence, strength gains and increase sex drive are just a few of the wonderful side effects to a consistent and engaging workout program. You are much more likely to be successful in all aspects of your life but you have to work for it, or as they say “go out and get it.”
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Journal of Sexual Medicine; "The Roles of Testosterone and Alpha-Amylase in Exercise-Induced Sexual Arousal in Women"; L. Dawn et al; April 2008
"Journal of Sexual Medicine"; The impact of body awareness on sexual arousal in women with sexual dysfunction"; B.N. Seal and C.M. Meston; July 2007
David Smith is the owner of Stonewall Fitness, holds a degree in exercise science from Metropolitan State University of Denver and holds several fitness certifications including ACSM Personal Trainer and Group Fitness.
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