5 Ways Exercise Can Boost Your Sex Life

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Regular exercise has a number of health benefits but did you know that it can pump up your sex life too? It not only helps you stay in shape and look good but it also helps you turn on the heat in the bedroom. Here are some sexual benefits of exercising.

Increases blood flow
Regular exercising makes your arteries healthier, including the ones that go between your legs. It also increases flexibility of the arteries which makes it easier for them to expand and improves blood flow. Improved blood flow can give men a better erection.

Improves flexibility
Good flexibility is an added advantage when having sex. Not being flexible enough could lead to strain or a pull in a muscle. This could be a total turn off and can lower your enthusiasm. Exercise regularly and add yoga, Pilates and muscle limber to your routine to improve flexibility.  This will help you contort your body better during sex.

Boosts stamina

Men need to be in better shape to last longer in bed. While trying most sexual positions, men need a stronger back to complete the act. For all this they need good stamina which can be achieved with regular exercising.

Makes you feel sexier
A study revealed that sexual desirability can increase with regular exercise. Being in shape will make you more comfortable with your body. This improved confidence will make you feel sexier and lively in bed.

Boosts Testosterone

Exercise helps pump up testosterone levels too. It helps keep this testosterone levels from dropping. A study also suggested that a man’s waist correlates with his testosterone levels. The fitter the waist the healthier was his testosterone level.

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