Exercise helps sex?
Yep, with a few basic exercises, you can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and give your body all-around leaner definition. “The word ‘pelvic floor’ gets thrown around a lot in fitness classes, but most people don’t really know what it means,” explains Katie Dunlop, certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor, and creator of Love Sweat Fitness. “If your pelvic floor muscles are weak, it can lead to less controlled bladder and bowel movements, as well as decreased sexual function,” she says. The good news: You can work on firing those muscles outside the bedroom for a greater time indoors later. These exercises will do double duty: You get a workout and better orgasms. Plan to do each one ten times, three times a week unless otherwise instructed. Here are 48 more ways to improve your sex life.
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