The Best Exercises Men Can Do for Better Sex
Aside from taking male enhancement pills, what do you think men can do to get better at sex? Well, they should be doing some specific exercises.
You see, working out not only helps tone your body and making it much healthier than a person that leads a sedentary lifestyle; it actually also helps improve a man’s sexual prowess, stamina, and flexibility as well.
Today, I am going to go over some of the best exercises men can do for better sex.
Most commonly known as weightlifting, all men should consider doing some resistance training as well if they want to improve their sex life. The main reason why you want to do so is that weightlifting is the only set of exercises that can help boost testosterone production in the male body. And, for those of you who do not know, testosterone does a lot of things, including improving one’s sex drive.
With that being said, it is important that you get a personal trainer so that you will have someone to teach you the best exercises for improving your body (both inside and out).
Although weightlifting does wonders for your hormone production, doing only resistance training can actually be detrimental to your overall flexibility. To ensure that you are not missing out on that front, you’d also want to do some Yoga as well.
Flexibility is important in sex mainly because the more flexible your body is; the more sex positions you can do. And, that is actually one of the ways that lead to better sex.
There are a lot of Yoga poses that you can do, but you should focus on those that help improve your pelvic muscles, such as the Peacock or the Bow pose.
For quite some time, people seem to think that brisk walking or running provides the best benefit for heart health, but that is not actually the case. In fact, do you know what is the best form of cardio exercise out there? Swimming.
In a study that was published by Harvard University, researchers found that men who go swimming on a regular basis have reported remarkable improvements in their sex lives. True enough, swimming is the only cardio exercise that uses all of your muscles and it is quite safe as well.
Now I know what you are thinking, why do you need to do some Kegels if you are a man? Well, that is actually one of the most common misconceptions about Kegel exercises.
You see, every one of us have pelvic floor muscles. For the uninitiated, this set of muscles is responsible for controlling your bowel and bladder movements and a weak PC muscle can lead to poor control of your urination or ejaculation. Not to mention that it can also lead to prostate cancer if left unaided.
That being said, Kegel exercises are quite easy to do since you just have to squeeze and hold the muscles that are located in between your balls and anus a couple of times a day.