We are all aware of how beneficial it is to have a regular training program but many of us fail to note another advantage of being physically active and that is that it can help us have a better sex life.
When you have a regular training program you will be more keen on sex because you will have the energy and vigor necessary to relish your sexual encounters and you will note that your stress levels go down. Remember that stress can be really negative for your sex life.
Recent studies have revealed that working out helps women foster their excitement, even when they were experiencing low sexual drive prior to working out. As a matter of fact, that impact reaches its peak fifteen minutes after working out, which shows why exercising at home is a good idea.
Have a look at some exercises that will allow you to uplift your sex drive and pleasure:
Cardio exercises of all kinds – energetic walks, dancing, riding a bike, swimming and even dog-trotting can boost your blood flow, which is essential for excitement (here top cardio exercise). Apart from that, it improves the capacity of your lungs and cardiac resistance to have long sexual relations.
Floor exercises are perfect to help you improve your strength and give you more flexibility and endurance. As you lay with your back on the floor with your legs up, try to arch your pelvis. You should remember to be in shape so try to do some push-ups.
Kegel exercises are perfect to make the muscles of the pelvis stronger as well as improving incontinence not only in men but also in women. These exercises are also good to help women reach climax and improve their sexual performance. Have a look online to know how to do these exercises.
Pilates and yoga help people build important muscles, which results in a better sexual life. There are some women who claim that Pilates and yoga changed their sex life. Last year a study discovered that Pilates could enhance the strength of the muscles of the pelvis just like floor exercises. In some more recent studies, researchers were able to state that women who practice yoga for about three months could enhance their sexual performance, lubrication, climax, satisfaction and desire.