Now while this may sound surprising, not sweating it out in a regular basis can significantly affect your performance in the bedroom.
Aside from easily losing steam when things get steamy in bed, not having exercise on your schedule will lead to more sexual problems sooner or later. I know this sounds a bit crazy right now, but you’ll find out more when you follow along…
Not exercising can lead to erectile dysfunction.
Getting rock hard is all about having a sufficient amount of blood directed to the erectile tissues in the penis. Unless they get the right amount of blood they need to firm up, chances are you’ll only have a weak erection or even none at all.
And here’s where exercise gets in the picture. Making it a point to have an exercise routine every day strengthens your heart and helps easily pump blood to the erectile tissues in the penis when you and your lover get frisky between the sheets.
Since exercise keeps the heart as healthy as ever, you’re definitely going to get ready for action in the bedroom every time you need to and not end up suffering from the dreaded “softie syndrome” anytime soon.
Not exercising makes you lose sexual stamina.
Lasting long in bed involves not easily getting tired just when you and your lover are getting it on. And one of the best ways to prevent you from losing steam unexpectedly is exercising. Even doing it for only 15 minutes every day already does the trick.
Besides maintaining the overall capability of your lungs and similar vital organs up to par, sweating it out also naturally boosts your stamina levels. This basically means you won’t get tired easily during lovemaking, which ensures that your lover won’t be disappointed.
Not exercising can clog up arteries and veins.
Getting ready for a lovemaking session primarily relies on how much blood is being pumped from the heart to the erectile tissues in the penis located in the pelvic region. And this will become rather impossible if the veins and arteries that bring blood to the erectile tissues are clogged with plaque.
Aside from preventing the distribution of the right amount of blood to the male reproductive system, the accumulation of plaque in the arteries and veins can also lead to other serious health problems in the future such as cardiovascular disease, stroke and heart attack.
So how about integrating exercise into your daily schedule to prevent losing your sexual vigor before you even know it?