Is Exercise Important In Terms Of Your Sex Life?

Is Exercise Important In Terms Of Your Sex Life?

While browsing my inbox this morning, I came across a message from Clay who asks if having a sedentary lifestyle can have an effect on his sexual performance. He shares that he’s recently gone through a career shift that landed him a desk job, which keeps him from exercising as much as he used to.

Clay adds that he needs to know if he has to take his workouts up a notch as soon as possible since he thinks his girlfriend is very much satisfied with their sex life and he doesn’t want to make her feel that he’s losing his touch in the bedroom sooner or later.

I’d like to start things off by saying that making it a habit to sweat it out in a regular basis should be a key priority in your checklist to keep your sexual performance up to par.

Besides helping ensure that your staying power is at its peak, having vigorous exercise as a mainstay in your schedule also has a lot of other awesome benefits that will surely help you become a better lover.

Make sure you read on to find out more…

During my extensive research into the male sexuality, I learned that the primary benefit you’ll get from regular exercise is keeping your heart and circulatory system in tiptop shape. And if you’ve been following my posts for a while now, you probably already know that these two play crucial roles during sexual arousal.

See, as soon as the brain detects a stimulus that turns you on, it immediately prompts the release of positive hormones like oxytocin and dopamine that set off key changes to prep you up for lovemaking.

Besides picking up your pulse and breathing rates, these hormones also direct a more than usual amount of blood flow to the pelvic region to supply the erectile tissues with the ideal amount of blood they need to firm up and get you rock hard. These effects also signal the body to pump up your energy output because you’ll be getting busy in bed shortly.

However, your body will have a tough time triggering these effects if your heart isn’t in the pink or perhaps your circulatory system needs a bit of a picker-upper. You won’t just find it difficult to achieve a strong and lasting erection, but also get winded way sooner than you’d like to when the action’s already hot.

Just to recap, making it a point to exercise regularly keeps your heart and circulatory system in great shape. Apart from helping you get rock hard in no time, your staying power is also going to increase in the process.

Now who’s up for a quick workout?


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