The process of improving your sex life can look a lot like a fitness journey: both require a little bit of time each day, a lot of motivation, and the results make you feel awesome. In this sexercise workout, you can tackle both processes at once. It's designed to not only work your muscles, but to help you become "bedroom fit" in just 10 minutes a day.
Developed by Dr. Britney Blair and San Francisco personal trainer Brian Thompson, this sexercise is a simple, yet effective way to optimize your fitness for better sex. It involves easy reps to help people of any gender or sexual preference to improve their sexual performance and pleasure.
Brian Thompson explains, “You don’t need any equipment. You don’t need much space. It can take just 10 minutes a day, with the option to expand in certain areas for even greater benefits."
The workout is based on genuine scientific insights from our co-founder and resident expert, Dr. Britney Blair. “The data are clear that exercise improves sexual desire and enhances sexual pleasure,” she says. “This workout is specifically targeted at improving stamina, performance and pleasure.”
How to Sexercise
The workout includes a three-part circuit designed to make you sweat, pump up your blood flow, and fine-tune key muscle groups that you use during sex:
• Part 1: Cardio exercises to improve sexual desire, stamina and pleasure.
• Part 2: Core strengthening to help you in many different sexual positions.
• Part 3: Pelvic floor exercises designed to make orgasms more attainable.
How Does an Exercise Routine Lead to Better Sex?
Brian Thompson, the personal trainer behind this workout, gives three reasons:
1. "Better stamina and endurance, greater strength, and flexibility, all lead to better performance in the bedroom. Bottom line: physical activity that gets your heart beating faster and gets you breathing harder will translate to a better bedroom experience.
2. “Medical conditions like high cholesterol, insulin resistance, and obesity can also impact sexual performance – and for men, that can mean erectile dysfunction...Improving these conditions through diet and exercise changes can have a profound impact on the way our bodies respond physiologically to sexual stimulation. Lifting weights and building muscle also increases androgen production for both men and women, which can increase sexual desire.”
3. "If we’re battling body-image issues, that can be a wet blanket on our libido. When we perceive ourselves as sexy, we feel sexier and more willing to engage in sexual activity. The psychological impact of knowing we are taking care of ourselves invigorates us and boosts both our interest in and enjoyment of sex.”
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