Biking is definitely one of the best total body workouts you can do to keep your heart and muscles in great shape.
And if your heart is in great condition, you’re not only guaranteed to keep your ability to get stable erections up to par. You’re also ensuring that you will always be ready for some action between the sheets with your lover when things get sizzling in the bedroom.
However, there are two very important things you need to keep in mind to make sure that you’ll only maximize the benefits you get out of biking. Sure biking may be a very good exercise, but not knowing these can easily lead to disaster.
And I’m specifically talking about erectile dysfunction.
So if you’re planning to keep on getting hard on demand while being an avid cyclist at the same time, here are a couple of pointers you need to always need to take note of…
Your choice of saddle is critical.
When it comes to biking, going for the right saddle or bike seat is one of the most important factors you should keep in mind or else you’ll have problems getting rock hard on demand in the long run.
Most cycling newbies tend to go for saddles that only look nice. They don’t really check if it gives them a smooth ride while taking their bikes on the road or the trail. Unfortunately, not having the right saddles can easily pinch the perineum, or the patch of skin that links the anus and scrotum, and possibly damage the veins and arteries that connect to the penis.
Apart from obstructing the blood flow to the penis, continuously pinching the perineum can also lead to the loss of penile sensation during sex.
What’s really scary is that the whole thing starts out as a tingling sensation in your groin area and develops into chronic numbness if not taken care of immediately. Some people simply brush it off as something normal when biking and suffer the consequences in the bedroom the least they expect it.
The length of time you spend on your bike counts, too.
Sure biking is one of the best exercises you can take on to keep your body healthy but overdoing it can rather lead to disaster. Although cycling 3 to 4 hours a week is ideal to give your heart and muscles a workout, spending the same number of hours biking every day is just unreasonable. No matter how careful you are or how appropriate your saddle is, you’ll eventually feel something unpleasant sooner or later.