Sexy Workout for Men

Sexy Workout for Men

Dr.Neeraj Mehta profile Authored by Dr.Neeraj Mehta on 16 May 2015 - 09:52.

It's everyone's dream to have a satisfying sexual experience, but what can make this happen? Fitness tops the list. Here's a low down on some exercises that helps your blood circulation, tone your muscles and increase your flexibility which enhance your sexual experience:

Exercises that increases circulation:

Cardiovascular exercises are very important to enhance your sexual life. These exercises boost your heart health and enhance your circulatory system. This leads to increased blood circulation which enhances your sexual performance. During sexual activity the blood vessels demand increased blood flow, which is fulfilled by the heart by increased pumping of the blood. This helps in longer lasting erection.

Along with cardio exercises, including exercises which require you to press and pull the weights and engage your core muscles, are very helpful. Exercises such as pull ups, bench press and leg workouts like dead lifts, squats, lunges are very effective in strengthening your blood vessels. When your blood vessels are strong, they will be able to hold the blood flow for a longer duration, which means an erection for as long as you like.

Exercises that boost energy:

Sex itself is a physical activity which requires muscular strength, flexibility and proper blood flow. The following tips help increase the energy level:

  • Start with leg exercises to enhance your sex drive.
  • Lymphatic glands which are solely responsible for releasing growth hormones like testosterone, adrenaline, and feel good hormones like endorphins. These are a part of leg muscles. So, if you do intense leg workout such as a proper dead life or squats or even leg press, your body will release growth hormones.
  • You can include cardiovascular exercises such as running or brisk walking and cycling. Such aerobic workouts will strengthen your heart and boost your energy levels during sex.
  • A stress-free mind is important to having a good sex.
  • Foreplay increases the blood flow in the penis.
  • Have a good night sleep, to wake up feeling energetic.

Exercises that regulate hormones: 

Strength training is very effective in production of the hormones. Strength training makes your body release the growth hormones and increases the level of testosterones. My advice goes with an intense leg workout which are proven to increase the production of growth hormones.

  • Squats
  • Lunges
  • Deadlifts
  • Legs Press

Exercises that may help delay ejaculation:

A strong erection will make you last longer while having intercourse. To improve the health of your penis, you can perform Kegel exercises. A Kegel exercise involves the proper contraction of your pelvic muscles. In order to perform Kegel better you would need to identify your pelvic muscles.

  • While urinating, tighten your muscles to interrupt the flow (these are the pelvic muscles).
  • Try the same process while passing gas.
  • Now lie down on the floor, and squeeze your pelvic muscles to a count of five.
  • Release the muscles and repeat the process 10 times,
  • Kegel exercises can be performed while standing as well, but you need to ensure that you are not contracting any other supporting muscle group such as legs, core etc.
  • If regularly practised,Kegel exercises will strengthen your penis blood vessels as well as muscles, which will help in strong erection and delayed ejaculation.

Exercises to boost your sex and strength:

Resistance training is proven to boost your libido, as body releases the testosterone. Weight training can really help you in gaining strength. Having said that, you should focus on your core muscles and hip flexors as these muscles are mainly involved while having intercourse.

However, excess of everything is bad. Too much strength training may result in decreasing your sex hormones. So, make sure that you are not going too far with lifting weights. Also, it is always recommended to ensure that you are following proper technique when performing any movement.

 

 

*Disclaimer: This is not medical advice. The content is for educational purposes only. Please contact your doctor for any health care issues.