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Are You Fit Enough for Sex?

Posted Feb 19 2013 4:55pm
Are you fit for sex? Sex and fitness are very closely linked. Men and women with sexual dysfunction  often visit with their doctor to ask about a pill, patch or cream to help them enjoy sex again. But it doesn’t have to be that complicated. If a flagging libido has put your relationship on the rocks, you can get your groove back naturally by getting back in shape.

The Connection between Sex and Fitness

If you’re not getting up off the couch and getting at least a little exercise, your sex life is going to suffer.

Here are the most common problems you’ll face if you’re not fit enough for sex:

  • Fatigue

When you feel tired and lack energy, the last thing you’re going to want to think about is sex. Sex and fitness goes hand in hand because without regular exercise, you’re not going to have the stamina you need to keep things going in the bedroom.

  • Pain

Remember all those sexual positions you used to enjoy? Without regular exercise, you might have trouble doing them now. A sedentary lifestyle not only leads to obesity and increased risk of heart disease; it also stiffens your muscles and joints, which can make lovemaking a real pain.

  • Hormone Fluctuations

Men who carry a lot of extra weight around their middles have increased estrogen levels and low libido. Women who live a sedentary lifestyle have decrease levels of the female reproductive hormone, progesterone, which can also lead to low libido.

  • Confidence

Another common connection between sex and fitness is confidence level. If you’re thinking about your sagging middle or your flabby arms in the middle of lovemaking, chances are, you’re not really enjoying it the way you could be. The same goes for the dating scene. Men and women who feel less-than-attractive may have difficulty finding a partner due to lack of confidence.

The Importance of Being Fit for Sex

Men who are considering using any type of prescription male enhancement product need to be in good physical shape. Erectile dysfunction is usually caused by heart disease, prostate disease, and/or diabetes.

If you are a man with any type of heart condition, you may not be physically well enough to use a product like Viagra. This is why it’s important to always address the underlying causes of sexual dysfunction before using these drugs to improve your sex life.

Improve Your Fitness Levels Naturally

Want to get fit for sex? You don’t have to go to the gym and work out like a maniac to get results. Start slowly. Especially if you haven’t done any exercise in a while. Instead of seeing your foray back into the fitness world as an impossible mountain to climb, just focus on the first step.

Talk a walk around the block a couple of times, go hiking in the park, go swimming at the YMCA, or take up a yoga class. There’s no need to overdue it. Just 30 minutes a day, three times per week is enough to get started on your way to being healthier, happier, and more sexually active.

Sex shouldn’t ever feel like a chore. Once you understand the connection between sex and fitness, you’ll be amazed on how healthy, confident, and desirable you’ll be. So get up and get moving. What you do to improve your physical health today could translate into a more satisfying sex life tonight!

 

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