Improving Libido – Intense Exercise, Diet, Supplements
Improving libido may seem complicated at first. But really, it’s quite simple and straightforward and exercise can become a big part of it.
If you’re motivated and willing to follow all the tips, then you’ll see your sex drive picking up in a pretty short time.
If you can’t be bothered with exercise, then your chances of your libido increasing will fade away like your weak erection.
If you ever wondered what kind of workouts big sprinters and boxers did to get so strong and muscular, then you no longer need to.
Bodybuilders, boxers and sprinters all do workouts geared towards increasing testosterone levels.
They know that higher testosterone levels develop muscles faster and harder in the human body. Not only this, but an abundance of testosterone also increases your sex drive.
Intense cardio sprints
Working out on the treadmill or gym bike, or going for a run should be in short, sharp bursts of 5-10 minutes.
Make sure this is a challenge.
I see people sitting for half an hour on the gym exercise bike and pedalling away without breaking into a sweat.
You need to be doing the opposite.
For optimal fat burning and increasing libido, this is the ideal way to work out.
Leave yourself intervals of 3 or 4 minutes then do some intense circuit training.
Not only with this burn fat extremely fast, but your testosterone levels will jump through the roof.
For those of you familiar with weight lifting, you’ll know how fast it can get your muscles looking big and strong.
You may also know that there are weightlifters that perform more intense, challenging lifts. And there are those that perform more reps at light weights.
You want to be lifting heavier weights and with 10-12 reps in order to maximize testosterone production.
This will also increase your muscle size, which will maintain your levels high.
Limit your workout time
You should only work out for 45 minutes or one hour at the most. Longer workouts can end up actually decreasing testosterone!
Make sure you consult a physician before engaging in any physical activity that seems strenous for you body.
Workouts also improve heart and lung capacity
Improving libido is also measured by stamina. And the fitter you are, the longer you’ll be able to make love for.
If you’re out of breath during sex, then there’s every chance you’ll be struggling to maintain strong erections as there won’t be enough oxygen in your blood.