Mens sana in corpore sano, they said in ancient Rome. The truth is that a daily dose of sports is one of the best medicines. In fact, staying active helps us control our weight, improve our self-esteem and … our sex life. Indeed, sport is also perfect for our intimate life, do you want to know how? Read on.
Tabla de Contenidos
Different studies have shown that practicing cardiovascular sports such as running, about 30 minutes from 3 to 5 days a week, significantly reduces the risk of erectile dysfunction. Point it out, boys!
State of Mind
Being in a positive, optimistic mood and freeing ourselves from the stress and anxiety of the day are undoubtedly key factors in improving our sex life. In this sense, aerobic activities (running, walking, swimming …) help us to increase the production of dopamine and endorphins. This helps us to feel better, happier and more relaxed. Remember that stress is the ‘killer’ of sex life.
We used to say that primarily aerobic sports, such as jogging or swimming, help erectile problems in men be minimized. Well, in women this type of sports also have a very beneficial effect. In this sense, the blood flow to the clitoris is improved, which facilitates and enhances the female orgasm.
The glass with which you look
It is a no-brainer to say that sex often goes ‘through the eyes’. In this sense, physical attraction is important (if not fundamental). However, the way we see ourselves is also essential. By doing sports we thin, we tone our muscles and, in short, when we look at ourselves in the mirror, we look more handsome, slender and therefore more sexy and prone to a sexual encounter.
The best sports for sex
As you can see, sports that combine muscle toning, cardio and fat burning are best suited to improving our sex life. If we had to make a list with those sports that best come to your erotic life we could quote:
- Run 30 minutes, three to five days a week.
- Tai Chi.
From Tantra Usuaya we assure you that if you practice any of these activities, your sex life will improve exponentially. Cheer up!