When Was The Last Time You Had A Jog?

When Was The Last Time You Had A Jog?

I know this doesn’t sound like the usual stuff we talk about here in AdviceForHim.com, but you’ll find it really interesting how exercise plays a key role when it comes to giving your lover the sexual satisfaction she wants in bed.

Let’s kick things off with a quick rundown on what happens inside your body during sexual arousal so you’ll understand the whole thing easily as we go along…

Your overall blood circulation is the foundation of how your body preps up for lovemaking. If it’s functioning up to par, you won’t be having any trouble getting ready for sex as soon as you and your lover are heating things up in the bedroom.

Apart from facilitating the release of feel-good hormones that are needed by the body to set off key changes during sexual arousal like making the erogenous zones extra sensitive as well as raising your  blood pressure and heart rate, your overall blood circulation also helps you achieve a stable erection in no time.

Having ideal circulation helps direct the right amount of blood needed by the erectile tissues in the penis to firm it up. If the blood flow that gets to these tissues is rather short, it’s either you’ll only have a weak erection that fizzles out sooner than you’d like to or you won’t get hard at all during sex.

Besides regularly loading up on the right stuff and keeping your alcohol consumption moderate, one way to make sure that your overall circulation will function properly is conditioning your heart and blood channels like blood vessels, veins as well as arteries to keep working in tiptop shape.

Sure that sounds like something really complicated to pull off, but you can easily do this by having a vigorous exercise regimen in your regular schedule.

This is because your heart and blood channels not just become predisposed to being sluggish when you don’t work out in a regular basis, but also raise the chances of them being vulnerable to health problems that can significantly affect your body’s circulation in the long run.

And you already know what will happen when your overall circulation will lose its steam, right?

I’m not saying that you should start being a hardcore gym buff as soon as you can if you’d like to keep your circulation in great shape. Simply spending at least half an hour daily having a slow jog or perhaps brisk walking will already do the trick.

(Keep in mind to kick your smoking habit while at it, too, and you’ll be good to go before you know it.)

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