A lot of people make New Year’s resolutions to lose weight, and whether or not they make it resolution, a lot of people would also like to have more sex in the coming year. Jessica Perez tells you how to combine the two.
Having sex can make you feel great about your body. If the sex is with someone you care about, sex can become more than just another “fun” event. Sex can be a tool you can use to make your relationship stronger. However, did you know that sex could also make you thinner?
The physical exertion involved in having sex can amount to a significant amount of calories burned. I cannot think of a more enjoyable way to shed the pounds. If you’re looking for an excuse to have sex with your man tonight, tell him that sex is now a part of your daily workout routine. He’ll be glad to participate, and you can lose weight in the process.
Here are three of the best sex positions for losing weight. Read more
Move over, Viagra. Regular “sex exercises” could be the best prescription for men to improve their sex lives.
You know that working out is good for your health. But did you know that hitting the gym could also help you have better sex?
Working out three to four times a week can do a lot to help your sexual technique, flexibility, and endurance. So what types of exercise are best for better sex? Here are the highly recommended five “sex exercises.” Read more
A new sex survey sponsored by Viagra revealed men’s confidence in their erections varies widely according to their nationality.
Men’s confidence in their erections varies widely across Europe with Spanish men most worried and Germans the happiest, a survey for the makers of Viagra showed on Monday. Read more
What’s going on here? An international survey of women rated Spanish men the world’s best lovers and German men the worst. Yet, this survey shows that Spanish men are worried about their erections, and German men aren’t. What an odd coincidence. (For men concerned about their erections, Michael Paladin’s post Exercise for Harder Erections at his blog Health & Fitness Solutions outlines an easy-to-follow program.)
A coregasm is an orgasm triggered by ab exercises. Women’s Health has put together an ab workout that may help you have your very own coregasm. They don’t guarantee one, but at the very least you’ll get nicer abs. (For a short, simple ab exercise program, see my post Ab Exercises for More Powerful Orgasms.)
… When Men’s Health editor Adam Campbell mentioned the coregasm in his blog, The Fitness Insider, the female feedback was astonishing. Women all over were experiencing this strange (but exhilarating) fitness phenomenon: Read more