Do you want to stimulate your sexual desire? Do these exercises
If you can’t find the right motivation to go to the gym, this might help: a variety of research has shown that physical activity has a positive effect on sexual desire (and sex itself) and that there are certain exercises that can increase libido.
That’s right, you got it right: working out is good not only for your health but also for your eroticism.
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According to expert opinion, doing some kind of physical training three or four times a week can have a great impact on one’s sex drive, but also on sexual technique itself, including flexibility and endurance.
So let’s cut to the chase: what are the best exercises to do for better sex? Here’s the answer.
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5 exercises that increase libido
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Some experts think that training aimed at improving physical strength can increase libido and sex drive much more than other cardio exercises.
Lifting weights, in fact, is a great exercise to relieve stress, allowing us to get rid of problems and thus be more willing to intimate encounters.
In fact, any exercise that improves strength and body image and helps vent and reduce stress will improve your libido.
Swimming is a great workout for so many reasons. In fact, when you swim, you not only increase your endurance and give your circulatory system a boost, but you train all your muscles.
In this regard, research suggests that swimming is a fantastic exercise for toning pelvic floor muscles, thereby increasing sexual pleasure during intercourse.
So it is not surprising that you can reap the benefits of swimming outside the pool as well.
3. Kegel exercises
And speaking of the pelvic floor, Kegel exercises are precisely designed to help strengthen those muscles.
Not only will they help you improve your sexual experience and orgasm, but studies have shown that these exercises can help increase sexual desire in women.
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Regular practice of yoga has been shown to improve both sleep quality and sex drive (for some then, it can even work wonders in reducing migraine and joint pain).
Yoga works its magic through deep relaxation aimed at lowering stress levels, reducing pain, and improving flexibility-all benefits in the bedroom!
5. Brisk walking
Taking daily walks can have excellent consequences on both health and sex drive.
Some research has found that even as little as 30 minutes a day of brisk walking can actually reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction in men.
Not only that, they can help achieve the goal of healthy weight reduction, which in turn can increase both sexual desire and stamina.
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