Sexercises For Women – An Introduction

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Sexercise! Who said exercising wasn’t fun?

Whilst I have always valued having a fit, healthy, and beautiful body, I always found that the commitment to achieving results can be less than exciting at the best of times. But who ever said that keeping fit and toned couldn’t be fun? There are many forms of exercise that one can pursue, and it’s important to choose the ones that are most enjoyable, as there is a greater chance of continuing with it and doing it more frequently to get great results.

That’s why when I came across the concept of ‘Sexercise’ – combining sex and exercise, either solo or with a partner, I simply couldn’t help but break into a sweat to find out more. And now after discovering it and practicing the various exercises, I’ve never felt more motivated to stay in shape. Not only do sexercises make toning up and staying in shape a pleasurable activity, but it can also spice up your sex life and help improve your relationship with your partner.

In fact, there are many benefits of such frequent sexual activity to be mentioned. They include: decreased stress and anxiety, easing of depression, improved cardiovascular health, a boosted immunity system, improved body image and self-esteem, age rejuvenation and longevity, and of course weight loss and overall fitness. Sexercise is also a great all-rounder cardiovascular and core training work out. It actually gets every muscle moving and gets the heart and lungs working hard which can strengthen your endurance in the bedroom as well.

Just thirty minutes of sexercise burns up to 350 calories, depending on how physically active you are. This is the equivalent of up to sixty minutes of vigorous walking or 30 minutes of relatively intense cardiovascular exercise. And the more actively you practice sexercises, just imagine how many calories you can burn if you do it for several hours a week on a regular basis.

Sexercises are mainly a partner assisted exercise and are done during sex and sexual foreplay, but there’s no reason why they can’t be done alone as exercises in preparation for sexual activity. They are particularly useful for toning, building, and strengthen the primary muscle regions that are used during sex and for controlling orgasms- such as the Kegal muscles.

Sexercises such as Kegel exercises involve contracting and then relaxing the PC (Pubococcygeus) muscle that forms the pelvic floor. There are several aerobic and cardiovascular routines that can be done to work this area perfectly. It’s also well known fact that practicing Kegals may also aid sexual gratification, and work towards reducing premature ejaculation in men.

In the next installment of this topic we’ll take a closer look at some of the various Kegel Exercises for Women that can be practiced to bring about rewarding results. Just remember, all that is needed is a little spontaneity in the bedroom, a little bit of energy, plus a creative imagination. So throw away those joggers, and jump into those bed sheets, as there has never been a hotter and sexier way to get healthy.

Enjoy!

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