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NeedWhen you really consider it, sex is the best and most pleasurable form of exercise. It also releases endorphins in our system that make us feel happier, less stressed out and more ready to face things. But is this the only connection that exercise has to sex? Hardly.

Being fit makes it possible for us to enjoy many things that may no longer be accessible for those who are overweight, diabetic, or suffering from hypertension. Breaking into a run with your child, taking the stairs in leaps and bounds when you are in a hurry, having an extra helping of your favourite sweet are all possible when you are fit. None of these may be open to you once you have crossed the line between fitness and fat. Even sex may fall under these inaccessible activities for some people.

A depressed woman in her mid-thirties once approached me for a Tarot reading. Her sadness mainly stemmed from the fact that she was unable to conceive after several years of marriage. When I began to discuss possible tests for infertility with her, she countered  with a sad smile and said, “We just don’t have sex often enough.” Her husband was so overweight that just working up an appetite to make love after dinner seemed to be beyond him. Being fit enough to appreciate the good things of life certainly seems to apply to sex.

However, the connection between exercise and sex is not all that simple. In recent times, with the obsession to have perfect bodies becoming visible in India as well as the West, it has also come to light that too much exercising and a consistent low-calorie diet actually serves to depress the libido or sex drive of women. Besides, when women begin to lose their curves and develop more muscular, angular bodies, there seems to be a subtle shift in how they are perceived by men. This changed chemistry also undoubtedly impacts on sex.

Perhaps what is most illustrative of the complex relationship between exercise and lovemaking is how women and men who exercised more than five days in a week responded to a study at an American university. Asked to rate their desirability, they considered themselves as ‘average’ in attractiveness to the opposite sex. In psychological terms, those who tend to exercise themselves into the ground, just like those who tend to eat a slice of cucumber for lunch, are suffering from low self-esteem. Even if others perceive them as ‘hot’, they have trouble believing this.

Which clearly shows that moderate exercise, a healthy and varied diet, a loving partner, and enough time for cuddling and foreplay is probably the best combination for great sex.  

  

 

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  1. 1 OneLuvLeo

    I personally feel and agree to the fact that…. moderate exercise, a healthy and varied diet, a loving partner, and enough time for cuddling and foreplay is probably the best combination for great s**.

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