Sexual Fitness

The most popular exercise specifically for sexual fitness is known as Kegel exercises and is taught to expectant mothers. Done by squeezing the PC muscles, which are the band of muscles that run from the pubis to the tail bone, this exercise keeps the pelvic floor toned, strong, elastic, and better able to handle gravity, weight gain and pregnancies. It is also instrumental for having the strength to push the baby out during the delivery.




For sexual fitness to remain a constant it is essential to do Kegel exercises before, during and after pregnancy because a neglected pubococcygeus muscle is the main reason so many women need diapers for adults as they age. To make sure you’re doing the exercise correctly, stop the urine flow next time you’re urinating. The muscles that squeeze the urethra are the correct muscles.


Learn to do Kegels properly. Sometimes women squeeze the anus or their inner thighs, neither of which has any effect on strengthening the PC muscle.

Kegels as a sexual exercise are important, but they are not the only barometer of sexual fitness to be concerned about.

The older you get, the more you need to hold onto your youthful flexibility.

To keep the greatest degree of flexibility and its consequential measure of health, stretching is essential.

Whether you practice yoga, do your daily Salutation to the Sun, or just touch your toes every morning, it’s important to remember that your body is stiffest in the morning.

That’s why we stretch and yawn when we wake up. It is an instinctive way to get the kinks out.





A light workout includes:

  • Stretch out your sides, calves, arms.
  • Roll your head around.
  • Swing your torso to the left and right.
  • Have a seat on the floor, opening legs to a straddle position to stretch out your inner thighs. Does that feel familiar?

If you want to have a limber day, start it off with some slow stretches.

Never bounce or extend forcefully beyond your natural range of motion. While executing a stretch, always remember to breathe out with it. This will help you extend even further than before.



Always warm up for five minutes first by marching in place and pumping your arms before stretching. By warming up, there is less of a chance of hurting yourself or pulling a muscle.

Another test of sexual fitness is having a good aerobic capacity. If you’re out of breath, you can’t sustain the energy that you need to build enough tension for an orgasm.

You know you’re ready for vigorous love-making when you can climb a flight of steps without huffing and puffing.

Walk, run, or ride a bike every day to keep your heart working. Although most don’t consider any of these exercises as sexual, per se, they all contribute to the quality of life which also represents the quality of your sex life.




Finally, to round out our physical fitness for great sex and quality of life, we must include weight bearing exercises. For men, push-ups are essential. How can you expect to hold your weight up and over the woman if you have no strength in your chest and arm muscles?

Imagine a 200+ pound man resting his weight on the woman beneath him. Even if she wanted to position herself for maximum stimulation, she would be unable to. Strong arms and chest are essential for men.

For women, strong abdominals are helpful to lift yourself up from a prone position into a curled stomach crunch. The partial crunch is terrific for creating tension in the torso that extends from the neck down to the genitals. This additional tension helps with achieving a clitoral orgasm. Pilates can give you core strength so you can lift yourself up and add muscle to your sexual tension.

Sexual fitness is essential for a quality life. Make it a routine part for your good health.



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