Exercise. It has so many amazing benefits and I’ve been experiencing those amazing benefits since I started back exercising everyday. Exercise can improve your memory, manage your weight which helps prevent diseases. Did you know that exercise can work wonders for your sex life? Yes, that’s one of the amazing benefits that I’m experiencing! I decided to do a little Google University (lol) search and I came across some good information here: https://www.health.com/sex/exercise-and-sex
Dr. Tina M. Penhollow, an associate professor in the Department of Exercise Science and Health Promotion at Florida Atlantic University, who says, “Being active is a potent aphrodisiac for both women and men.” Here’s what she said about how exercise affects your sex life.
Working out makes you feel sexy. You know that feeling when you catch a glimpse of yourself in the gym mirror and think, “Damn, I look good!” Well, that confidence comes with you to the bedroom. Regular exercise helps improve self-esteem. When we personally like how our bodies look, we’re more likely to want to show them off to our partners.
“Being active leads to a more positive body image,” Dr. Penhollow explains. “This can raise self-esteem and make people feel more sexy, confident, and attractive and thus more likely to engage in sexual activities.” This self-confidence boost comes at any size. If you’re moving your body regularly, you’re on the right track.
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Exercise enhances your sexual performance.
As with any form of physical activity, being in good shape helps you perform at your best. A University of California study found that for men, regular exercise significantly enhanced “frequency of various intimate activities, the reliability of adequate functioning during sex, [and] percentage of satisfying orgasms.”
For women, the perks are similar. According to research by the University of Texas, exercise increases “physiological sexual arousal in women.” This means that after a workout, these ladies are more likely to be turned on than those who haven’t exercised.
Read more here: https://www.health.com/sex/exercise-and-sex