Work Out and Increase Your Sex Drive
Working out does not just make you look and feel healthier, it also boosts your sex drive. Studies at major universities have shown that exercise allows the body to become aroused more intensely and more quickly than if you didn’t exercise. Endurance exercises have been shown to increase one’s stamina, which allows you to have ‘staying power’ in bed. Aerobic exercise makes you more flexible so that you can try more positions. Moreover, endorphins are released when you exercise. Endorphins are feel-good chemicals within the body that just make you happier – and happier people just naturally get laid more!
Cardiovascular exercise can really rev up your libido. You can reduce your level of stress with a good cardio workout, and lower your cortisol level, increasing your sex drive. The added blood flow to your sexual organs during cardio can also help you to get turned on faster.
Weight lifting is also beneficial to the sex drive, since it increases testosterone. Testosterone can have a huge effect on the strength of one’s orgasm, and on your libido level. Keep in mind that working out too much, however, can actually decrease your sex drive and leave your partner wanting more.
Those men that do exercises that work the pelvic floor muscles, also known as Kegel exercises, can actually delay ejaculation, making intercourse last longer and thus, become more intense. For men who have problems with ejaculating too early during sex, Kegel exercises work to strengthen the prostate, helping them last longer, naturally.
And finally, keep in mind that there is no exercise better than the act of sex itself to get your libido running on overdrive. Yes, the act of making love can actually increase your libido, leading to a never-ending cycle of pleasure for you and your partner.