5 Exercises For Men
To Boost Their Sex Life
You know that working out is good for your health. But did you
know that hitting the gym could also help you have better sex?
Working out three to four times a week can do a lot to help your
sexual technique, flexibility, and endurance. So what types of
exercise are best for better sex? Here are the highly recommended
five sex exercises.
Sex exercise #1: Weight lifting
Strength training could be just what the doctor ordered for your
sex life. The reason weight lifting causes the body to
produce testosterone, which is the primary precursor for the male
sex drive. In fact, some studies have linked short intense exercise,
such as weight lifting, with increased testosterone levels. So
go for push-ups, sit-ups and crunches. These muscle-building exercises
can help lead to better sex by strengthening the shoulders, chest,
and abs. Strong upper body strength can increase stamina since
these muscles are used during intercourse.
Sex exercise #2: Kegels
Doing Kegels is considered a good sex exercise for men because
these exercises can help endurance and control by toning the pubococcygeus
(PC) muscles the ones that let you stop the flow of urine
mid-stream. Named after Los Angeles physician Arnold Kegel, they
strengthen the muscles in your bodys pelvic floor, which
can lead to better sex. Men can use Kegels to delay ejaculation
by contracting these muscles just before orgasm. To do Kegels,
start by interrupting the flow of urine when going to the bathroom
to get familiar with your PC muscles. After that, you can do Kegels
anytime and any place by squeezing the PC muscles. Hold for 10
seconds, relax, and do as many reps as you can before tiring.
Sex exercise #3: Yoga
Want to shake up your sex life with some new positions? Practicing
yoga will give you better sex by allowing your body to get into
creative positions for maximum pleasure during intercourse. Yoga
poses that improve pelvic muscles are the Bow Pose, Peacock Pose
(also called the Forearm or Elbow Balance) and Shoulder Stand.
Sex exercise #4: Fast walking
In a study of 31,000 men over age 50, Harvard researchers found
that aerobic exercise resulted in a 30 per cent lower risk of
erectile dysfunction (ED). More specifically, according to another
study, aerobic activity that burns at least 200 calories per day
(equal to fast walking for two miles) can significantly lower
the risk of ED. Brisk walking is thought to help ED by improving
circulation and blood flow. Fast walking, running, and other aerobic
activities keep your blood vessels clear. The result can be stronger
and longer erections. Vigorous activities, such as running and
brisk walking, also release endorphins and relax you, which can
boost sexual performance.
Sex exercise #5: Swimming
In another Harvard study of 160 male and female swimmers, swimmers
in their 60s reported sex lives comparable to those in their 40s.
Since sexual activity can be an act of endurance, long-distance
swimming can keep you going and going like the Energizer bunny.
Swimming for at least 30 minutes three times a week will increase
sexual endurance and also lead to weight loss, which can also
lead to better sex. A randomized, single-blind study of 110 obese
men with ED found that losing just 10 per cent of their body weight
improved sexual function in one third of the men. And its
no secret that losing excess body fat will help attain those six-pack
abs and make you more attractive to potential partners. The result:
Try doing some (or all) of the above workouts to improve your
sexual technique, endurance, and flexibility. Your lover will
be impressed with your sexual powers and, as a side benefit, youll
get healthier and fitter along the way.
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November 27, 2009