5 Ways Working Out Can Improve Your Sex Life - London Style Active

5 Ways Working Out Can Improve Your Sex Life

Here's something your doctor isn't telling you

Oi oiii we are heating things up on my blog, sorry not sorry Mumma, but it’s about time I spill something that your doctor isn’t telling you; exercise can improve your sex life.

Let’s think about it. Sweating, grunting and aching the morning after, are similar aspects circling exercise and your sex life. In fact, a number of studies have shown that there is a positive correlation (uh huuuh) between regular exercise and performance in the bedroom (YAS). Have your favourite leggings at the ready, because the gym is about to get a lot sexier with these 5 ways working out can improve your sex life.

5 Ways Working Out Can Improve Your Sex Life - London Style Active

Improves performance

Just like most physical activities, being fit and healthy will enhance your overall performance. Exercising regularly can help improve stamina, strength, balance and physical endurance. It’s also an energy boost, meaning your performance in the bedroom will feel more energetic and last longer. Pending.

Makes you stronger

Working on your strength not only means you are burning more calories, reducing risks of injuries and improving your body composition, but it also allows you to have better posture. Weightlifting is favourable when it comes to improving your sex life, feeling strong in the gym can improve your strength holding different positions. Mark Stibich, behaviour change expert, says, “Sex itself is an intense physical activity requiring strength and endurance. As you exercise, both your strength and endurance will increase, opening the possibility for more varied sexual positions that require greater physical control”.  Instagram is right #StrongIsTheNewSexy, however let’s not forget that over training can have the opposite effect by lowering testosterone levels.

Improves arousal

Research has found that women who are physically active report greater sexual desire and arousal than women who don’t exercise. Cardiovascular exercise helps pump blood around your body faster, and when you feel excited, blood surges into the clitoral bulbs, making the entire region around the vagina responsive to pleasure. This means those who participate in exercise regularly experience orgasms quickly and intensely.

Lifts your mood

As well as physical interest, exercise has benefits that can improve mental health and well-being. For example, working out can help to de-stress, relax, clear thoughts and boost mood. Physical activity helps bump up the production of your brain’s feel-good neurotransmitters, called endorphins. Although this action is often referred to as a runner’s high, sexual intercourse can contribute to this same feeling. Exercise benefits can ease your stress levels and give you a sense of command over your body and sex life.

Boosts confidence

Lastly, but most importantly, working out helps to keep you in good shape and those who take part in some form of exercise are more likely to have a positive attitude towards their body. Feeling good about yourself plays a massive part in being intimate with someone, Mark says, “Being more comfortable with your body leads to better and more relaxed sex.” Furthermore, exercise releases endorphins that correspond confidence, which can lead surprising benefits in the bedroom.

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