Better sex in THREE simple steps

There’s one topic that often remains top of mind in even my oldest patients…

Which means it must surely pique your interest, too.

I’m talking about maintaining a healthy sex life.

Far too often, dwindling desire is brushed off as a sign of aging.

But supporting this aspect of health will actually boost your overall health for decades to come…

And these simple tips might just keep you in the saddle.

Easy as 1, 2, 3

You know how much I love exercise.

And now, research shows there are at least three ways to “condition” your body for a better sex life.

First up: High-intensity cardio.

This one shouldn’t be too surprising. After all, a strong, healthy heart leads to a better sex life. Am I right? But research shows that aerobic exercise might even increase arousal.

Now, don’t be discouraged—there’s no need to sprint for hours on end. You can add bursts of high-intensity exercise to many different aerobic exercises, even walking. Try adding short increments of jogging, sprinting, or brisk stair climbs—depending on your current fitness level.

Second, we have core body training.

Because the stronger your overall core, the more you’ll be able to move, and last, during sex. Plus, research suggests working on contracting and releasing core muscles is almost like foreplay for some people—here again, increasing arousal.

So, start small and build your strength on a timeframe that works best for your body.

For example, planks are a great way to engage core muscles—hold for at least five to 10 seconds, increasing the length as you get stronger. (You can find simple tutorial videos for planks online.)

And finally, commit a few minutes a day to yoga, which can improve mobility and hip strength in and out of the bedroom.

For women, yoga might even make sex feel more comfortable. Not to mention, it’s a great stress reliever—and stress is often public enemy No. 1 when it comes to bedroom troubles, like erectile dysfunction or lack of desire.

Make sex a priority

At the end of the day, more and more research suggests that regular sex helps you live a longer, happier, healthier life.

After all, getting down and dirty helps you burn calories, fight heart disease, lower stress, improve mood, and more.

So, make sex a priority—no matter your age. And don’t feel shy about it!

Hopefully, with the three simple exercises I revealed here today, you’ll be priming your body for good, quality time under the sheets.

For additional ways to “have the BEST SEX of your life… in your GOLDEN YEARS,” check out the November 2022 issue of my monthly newsletter, Logical Health Alternatives. Subscribers can log in with their credentials and gain access to this archival issue by clicking here.

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“5 Exercises for a Better Sex Life.” The New York Times, 04/27/2024. (