The Reason Why You Always Come Too Soon During Lovemaking

The Reason Why You Always Come Too Soon During Lovemaking

I was busy clearing out my attic last weekend when I came across an old sports magazine featuring a really interesting interview.

The interview was with a soccer great who’s just been admitted to the hall of fame.

He shared that during his stint as a striker in their national team, he realized that there is one very important attribute in life that could mean the difference between being successful in everything you do.

Or run the risk of being a complete failure.

He emphasized that what’s really interesting is that this attribute is something that all men could have if they just worked hard enough on it. And it’s not only applicable in sports. It could also mean being a winner in other aspects of life…like lasting longer during sex.

Here it is…

And this very important attribute is staying in shape.

Since I’ve always believed that health has a significant effect to overall sexual performance, I was immediately drawn to read the rest of his interview.

Here’s what else I discovered…

The player explained that staying in shape won’t just give you stronger muscles, a higher immunity against diseases or make you play better and longer on the field. It also helps you become more mentally focused and keep your anxiety levels down.

And if you’ve been following AdviceForHim.com closely, you’ll already know that anxiety is one of the main reasons why a lot of men suffer from premature ejaculation.

He shared that although a lot of guys may be tempted to think the link between fitness and anxiety is coincidental, because of his personal hunch of the connection he did a bit of research to back his claims.

And he learned that the Norfolk Neurological Association discovered that men who exercised regularly, had healthy diets and refrained from excessive alcohol use had brighter dispositions compared to their less than fit counterparts…

Also, besides having better physical traits, these men could also think clearer, make smarter decisions and can easily adapt to stressful situations. When subjected to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), their brains were also seen to have higher levels of dopamine, a natural chemical that improves the mood and keeps depression in check.

The player even went on to say that staying in shape has helped him keep his wife happy. Now while he didn’t specify how, he just said that he “stood to attention” whenever the game started to “sizzle” and “played longer than the regulation time.”

I’ll just leave that your imagination.



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