How to Exercise Your Way Towards a Better Sex Life

Doing exercise on a regular basis can do wonders for your wellness, but did you know it can also help improve your sexual wellbeing?

For many years, doctors and scientists have been very vocal about the health benefits of exercise. It can help you to lose weight, or just help you to maintain a healthy weight range. It can help to fight against serious health conditions such as high blood pressure, and it can also reduce your risk of developing other serious health conditions such as Type 2 diabetes and heart disease. If you exercise regularly, you will also benefit from improved energy and are likely to get a better night’s sleep. On top of all this, exercise is great for your mental health; it can help to increase your self-esteem, improve your mood and can help you to fight against depression.

If none of those are good enough reasons to motivate you to move off the couch then think about this: taking regular exercise can help to boost things in the bedroom. Of course, being fitter and healthier overall will go a long way to improving things in the bedroom, but certain types of exercise can also be great to help improve your flexibility, strength and stamina in bed. So, if you want to impress your partner next time you hit the sack, why not try some sex-specific exercises?

One such sex-specific exercise is the kegel exercise. You’ve probably already heard of these, but it’s important to bear in mind that they are not just for women. They are designed to improve the strength of the pubococcygeus muscle, which works as a sort of hammock to support the organs in the pelvis, including the bladder, rectum and reproductive organs.

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