Sexercise – How To Add It To Your Workout

What if I told you that adding sexercise to your workout could help you tone, get healthier and become better at sex all at the same time?

Sexercise – a word comprised of one thing most of us love and one thing some of us hate but the benefits of sexercising are insane. The UK’s NHS Direct website states, in fact, that not only can sexercising help you tone up and look and feel better, but it can even lower the risk of heart attacks and help you live longer.

But what is sexercise? Why is it so good? And how do you go about doing it?


Sexercise is basically sexual intercourse, foreplay or even masturbation with an athletic twist. How? By using certain positions and movements to tone, build and strengthen muscles, build stamina and make the heart and lungs work hard.

If that doesn’t sound sexy enough, sexercise can help you burn up to 300 calories an hour, uses every muscle group in your body, releases endorphins which make you feel happier, and the orgasms you get from it help your skin retain elasticity.

So, I hear you say: how do I get cracking?

The answer is simple: just have sex.

The missionary position, for example, is great for your core muscles; the doggy style helps your glutes and quadriceps tone up; and cow girling helps your butt and thighs. The secret – or trick, rather – of sexercising, is simply to have more sex.

When you add three to five (or more, if you like) sex sessions to your normal workout every week, you’ll be surprised by just how much faster you’ll tone up and lose weight. And, even if you’re single or don’t have a friend with benefits, stretching and employing different positions while masturbating (the choice is yours) will help you tone and make the most of your solo sessions.

You see, sexercising is a really well-kept secret and a means for losing weight that is as enjoyable as it is productive.

So, seriously, what are you waiting for? Get screwing!

Would you consider sexercising your way to a healthier and leaner you?

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