Did you know that active exercise can improve your sex life? Therefore, if you like sex, daily exercise should not be postponed. Here are some reasons to go to the gym tomorrow or even now!
Exercising affects a woman’s orgasm
Women who exercise actively can experience a more intense orgasm and reach it faster. Researchers from the University of Texas (USA) performed the following experiment: After doing a cardio workout, the participants watched a 20-minute erotic video. It was found that those who exercise daily felt much more aroused than those who did not. In addition, endurance exercises and dancing are known to help a woman’s body produce testosterone, which plays a key role in stimulating a woman’s libido and achieving orgasm.
Researchers at the University of Texas have also found that sports make a woman more sensitive. Exercising in particular promote better blood flow to the clitoris, which has about 8,000 nerve endings.
Regular exercise raises testosterone and growth hormone levels, and these hormones play an important role in increasing libido. To do this, you should practice pilates or attend workouts with TRX elements. You will soon notice that sports improve both your and your partner’s sex life.
Exercising helps reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction
Intense exercise promotes better blood circulation in the genital area and reduces the risk of erectile dysfunction. Studies show that physically active men over the age of 50 are less prone to impotence than men who do not engage in sports. Researchers say that even a daily 30-minute walk may reduce the risk of developing erectile dysfunction.
Improves sperm quality
If you want your partner’s sperm quality to improve, you should encourage him to exercise at least 15 hours a week. This is especially important if a woman is planning to become pregnant.
Satisfaction with the looks
A person who engages in daily physical activity is often more relaxed and confident in bed because he or she is more satisfied with his/her body. In addition, sportiness can sometimes affect other people’s perceptions of us, but it is more a matter of taste.