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Sexercise: Exercise to Improve Your Healthy Sex Life

 

Sexercise is the new buzzword in physical fitness and sexual health. It combines the best aspects of physical fitness and everybody’s favorite extracurricular sport, sex.

What is Sexercise?

Sexercise is the latest trend, both in exercise and modern medicine. Experts from various disciplines are promoting it lately. Here is just a sample of individuals and what they are saying about sexercise.

Physiotherapist Nicole Dyer says, “Sexual activity can help both your body and mind. Any enjoyable activity releases your body’s natural happy hormones, which can make you feel better and help alleviate stress.”

Personal trainer Mark Rayner explains, “Physical fitness can absolutely boost the physical & sexual health intensity and quality of sex, because it increases our hormone levels and increases our blood flow to our genitals. Best of all it will also decrease your stress levels, lowers body fat, and rejuvenates the body while boosting your confidence levels.”

Even exercise equipment entrepreneur Stephanie Taylor states publicly, “Exercise strengthens your pelvic floor muscles too. This means they’ll be tighter, thicker and more responsive, which means your love muscles will sit tighter around your partner’s penis, and will increase your sensation and, put simply, amplify and magnify both of your orgasms.”

These are all bright shining endorsements for sexercise, but look also at the recent medical research is giving their thumbs up to this idea. The University of California found that just one hour of exercise weekly, improved sexual functionality and increased the frequency of orgasms in middle aged men. A study from the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health recently showed that having sex at least twice a week reduced heart attacks for males. Also a pair of studies found that women felt more attractive after a full season of daily exercise and had better circulatory blood flow after watching X-rated adult movies, a surprising set of stats for many women, but true.

All these are proof that modern sexercise is not just a fab or trend, but a real health benefits of sex for men and women today.

Sex Boosting Exercise Styles

Several styles of modern exercise will boost your sexual performance and can be fun for couples to do together, or individually.

Yoga is one of the best ways to improve your sex life. It is a low impact martial art, but also a physical discipline that incorporates stretching, muscle control and increases flexibility. Yoga also incorporates many standing and sitting positions that can be transferred to sexual activities.

Resistance training is a favorite among men. It is a form of exercise that builds muscles in the nether regions, increases testosterone levels and boosts personal self-confidence. Nothing compares for getting in touch with your super sexual masculinity

Pilates exercises is the workout choice for many women. The variety of exercises in modern Pilates workouts help build all the important muscles involved in sexual activity and orgasmic release for females. Pilates are great for toning up the pelvic muscles and increasing blood flow in the pelvic area of the body.

Taking up a style of dancing is a wonderful way to bond for couples. Ballroom dancing is the most versatile, especially if it incorporates tango and salsa styles. Some couples might also be interested in trying belly dancing, but this is for the more open minded men and women out there.

If nothing else, start walking together each day. Harvard studies found that men who walked daily were 30 percent less likely have erectile dysfunction problems. The regiment of walking with their partners gave time for bonding together, improved their cardiovascular health and overall blood flow to their genitals, plus it helps relationships find time to talk about emotional and personal problems in a positive environment.

Exercise Can Improve Your Sex Life

The fact is that exercise is good for your health, but also improves the quality of your sex life. Nothing else offers the same physical benefits for men and women like exercise, so it is a wise investment of your time that pays off in so many ways. Your lifestyle choices are part of everyday living. Taking on a daily exercise regiment will become easy, once you have been doing it for a few weeks or months. Try it this year and see for yourself.

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Dr. Carlis Lecullen PhD ACS Intimacy Counselor, Certified Clinical Sexologist, Public Speaker, Writer, Mediator and Sex Educator For Teens and Adults. Dr. Carlis Lecullen began her career public speaking, coaching college students in speech and debate. Communications has always been a powerful tool in resolving conflict. She then received her M.A. in Marriage Family Counseling and PhD in Human Sexuality. Dr. Michael has a private practice helping others to be sex positive and love who they are!

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