Let’s get physical.
Exercising has many general health benefits, and this includes improving your sex life. For example, working out gets your heart pumping and improves circulation. It helps your body move more fluidly to make you more limber and flexible. And let’s not forget that regular exercise can help improve your overall stamina.
There are also specific outcomes related to exercise that scientists have linked to different aspects of sexual function, and this research is ongoing. While scientists continue to find new ways to help you enjoy a more satisfying sex life, here are some tips that you can follow now.
Activities that get your heart beating faster and you breathing harder, from brisk walking to cycling, can boost blood flow, and this includes your lower regions. It definitely benefits both genders; stronger erections for men and greater arousal for women according to a University of Texas study.
Go for Swims
Swimming builds endurance, boosts blood flow, improves flexibility and strength, and helps eliminate stress. The best part is, it also burns a lot of calories, which is good for overweight individuals as extra weight is known to lower libido.
Keep up with Kegels
It was first developed to treat urinary incontinence by strengthening your pelvic floor muscles, which could also mean more intense orgasms. Kegels not only help women, but they also help men prevent premature ejaculation.
Perfect Your Plank
Planks strengthen the deepest layer of your ab muscles along with your upper arms, thighs, and buttocks. These specific muscles help stabilize you when and where it counts most. Try to make it a daily practice and build up to 60 seconds or longer. If it’s too challenging on your toes, you can always use your knees instead.
The Pelvic Thrust
This could be the key to perfecting your favourite position, be it missionary or cowgirl. However, a powerful pelvic thrust can be tiring, especially if you’re out of shape. If you’re a beginner, start by working on your glutes, calves, and hamstrings to build stamina and flexibility.
Physical activities can stress the heart. Manage your body temperature on the go, and while you’re working out. PouchPASS is a simple and accurate way to monitor your body temperature, find out how here!