Do you feel like working out has helped your sexual stamina/performance?

If you answered yes what exercises do you do?
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  • There’s research that suggests that exercising can/may increase sexual stamina by boosting testosterone levels; this in turn increases one’s libido. According to these researchers, exercising not only improves the quality of orgasms, men who exercise frequently are much less likely to experience erectile dysfunction.

    Personally for me, I don’t believe I have derived any difference in sexual performance through exercise. The only ‘exercise’ that I have done and found to be extremely helpful is kegals. This exercise strengthens the pelvic muscles and increases blood flow to the area.

    Since I started doing kegals more frequently, I have noticed much stronger orgasms, the ability to better control my orgasms/ejaculation (I just clench that same muscle when I’m about to orgasm and it tides me through, helping me last longer during sex) and much stronger erections (not that someone my age would have issues with that, but there’s certainly a noticeable difference.)

    I must certainly point out that this is the only exercise that can with 100% certainty help with sexual function, sexual stamina and performance in bed. After all, you’re working out the muscle that’s partly in charge of your sexual performance. My orgasms now are way more intense than before; I often find myself shaking and convulsing, a great indicator of a mind-blowing orgasm.

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  • I'm 6'4 was 360lbs, then over 4 years of working out and dieting I dropped to 190lbs before being 210lbs. 9% bodyfat.

    I was 13 when I began weighing more than 200lbs.

    First started out by walking, 5 minutes walk, 4 mins walk, 1 min brisk walk, 3 mins walk 2 mins brisk walk, 2 mins walk 3 mins brisk walk, 1 min walk 4 mins brisk walk and 5 mins brisk walk. Then proceeded for it to be brisk walk and slow jog. Then it went to slow jog and run till finally could run 30 mins non stop. Took 6 months to get here.

    Then I started dieting. Reduced portion size, stopping drinking sodas and stopped snacking.

    Then began doing full body compound exercises, 3-4 times per week 5 sets of 15reps. Every month would add 5lbs extra weight. Also for the glutes, thighs and abs core, I choose to do very heavy weights.

    Things that changed? I'm still with my girlfriend that I been with for 7 years, she is 5'9 and 280lbs. 4 years ago, once per week, foreplay 30 mins and actual sex was less than 5 mins. Couldn't do it more than that and when erect penis could bend easily as it was fairly soft to the touch. When I began being around 240lbs, could do it twice per week and could thrust closer to 15mins. When I further reduced closer to 200lbs, it could happen everyday and sometimes even twice in a row, erections were hard and fuller. She began to feel some pain as penetration began going deeper and harder into her and because I lasted a lot longer it was enough to make her orgasm more than once.

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  • Yes, heavy lifting (especially squats) and stretching (especially pelvis floor muscles). It increases the level of horniness to insane levels. I don't do cardio apart from walking long distances every day and occasionally swimming.

  • Of course... I'm an avid runner, cyclist and swimmer. They keep me in shape, I never have a problem getting a boner and can still have sex multiple times... great orgasms every time!

    • What about you?

  • Yes it does. Running. I have more breathing capability and can last longer just because I can go longer.

  • No. No change.

    • Sex is not, really, physically demanding.

  • Yes, cardio and core. The endorphins also improve sexual compulsion. This is evolutionary biology. The strong and capable reproduce more than the weak and sedentary.

  • Is there any exercises you are aware of that lowers the sexual urges, cause if so, share the secret

  • Cardio and some work with weights makes a difference.

  • It does exercising general increases blood circulation and gives it a better flow through the body which in turn will help with erections that and good nutrition helps.

    it'll also boost testosterone levels which are responsible for sex drive.

  • Sure... being in good shape helps. Sex is an intense workout.

  • Yes, quite a bit

  • Yes. Getting in shape has improved everything if you know what I mean.

  • Definitely I mostly do my legs and core muscles by running on the treadmill or on hiking trail, doing crunches and sit ups with weights, and doing squats with weights. I do work on my arms by benching but not as much as other muscles but I keep lean. I can still lift or throw a girl around during sex and go as long until she is totally sastified sexually and mentally.

  • Yes I think

  • Sex is my workout

  • arm and leg

  • yes for sure, some of them work for me well.

  • Yes baby

  • It probably would if I did. But I have exercise induced asthma.

  • There's scientific evidence that exercising on a regular basis can improve sexual function and that men who exercise more often are less likely to suffer from sexual dysfunction. While exercising regularly is a good place to start, there are some exercises that are better than others for sexual health and performance