Exercise enhances your sexual performance
Being active is a potent aphrodisiac for both women and men.
Being active leads to a more positive body image. This can raise self-esteem and make people feel more sexy, confident, and attractive and thus more likely to engage in sexual activities.
As with any form of physical activity, being in good shape helps you perform at your best. A University of California study found that for men, regular exercise significantly enhanced “frequency of various intimate activities, the reliability of adequate functioning during sex, [and] percentage of satisfying "orgasms".
Exercise increases “physiological sexual arousal in women.” This means that after a workout, these ladies are more likely to be turned on than those who haven’t exercised.
Exercise affects your sex life by helping sexual performance.
Physical activity reduces stress - and stress reduce libido.
When you’re stressed, your body reacts in many different ways and your libido can suffer as well. High cortisol levels through Stress decrease your interest in sex. While exercise produce feel-good endorphins and lower cortisol levels, working out reduces stress and, in turn, helps maintain a healthy sex drive.
Working out improves blood circulation, keep muscles, blood vessels, and nerves performing at peak levels, while strength and flexibility help with sex positions.
Independent of your age and physical condition, we make a personal training program , which can have a positive effect on your libido.
We can provide you:
- Body measurements and analysis
- Individual Nutrition Advice scaled on your actual programm
- Calories ,Vitamins , Minerals and Muscle Mass Check.
- Advice and Progression on your general goals.
- Calories intake and loss control.
- Individual Body Strength and Body Condition Check.
- Workout routine programs followed by a 5 minute muscle relaxing massage.
- Possibilities of fast loss after a full medical exam procedure
Autogenic training, utilizes the body's natural relaxation response to counteract unwanted mental and physical symptoms. Through the use of breathing techniques, specific verbal stimuli, and mindful meditation, autogenic training can help people seeking treatment to reduce stress and achieve relaxation of the body and mind.
First developed as a method of relaxation, autogenic training influences the body’s autonomic nervous system. Autogenic means "self-generating", and the primary goal for this form of therapy is to train people to use the body's relaxation response on their own, as needed. Participants are taught to use this method to manage their emotional responses to stress and control physical symptoms such as blood pressure, heart rate, and rapid breathing.
Autogenic training begins by using from the therapist verbal cues to guide the trainee's breathing and direct attention to certain parts of the trainee's body. The verbal cues can encourage sensations of heaviness and warmth, which can then lead to deep relaxation. The goal is for the trainee to feel a sense of calm at its conclusion and to have gained better control over unwanted emotional, physiological, and physical responses to stimuli. Autogenic training appeared to be an effective treatment for many different issues, including migraines, hypertension, asthma, somatization, anxiety, depression and dysthymia, and insomnia or other sleep issues.
Further, autogenic training is effective in the treatment of other mental and physical health issues, such as panic attacks, phobias, chronic pain, stomach issues, and heart palpitations.
People have reported that autogenic training helped them feel more positive about life in general.
Autogenic training, may help individuals develop the ability to deal with stress more effectively when it surfaces and handle higher levels of stress. The approach may also help individuals develop a greater sense of empowerment and control over their lives, and some may find that practicing autogenic training helps them experience greater self-confidence and increased self-esteem.
Study shows that Autogenic training, a relaxation technique that restores the balance between the activity of the sympathetic and the parasympathetic branches of the autonomic nervous system, has been shown to significantly increase HRV.
Heart rate variability (HRV) has recently been associated with female sexual function.
After autogenic training, significant increases in subjective sexual arousal were observed.
Another study shows that: One Session of Autogenic Training Increases Acute Subjective Sexual Arousal in Premenopausal Women Reporting Sexual Arousal Problems
Autogenic training may help increase women’s sexual response by affecting their heart-rate variability