How Can Pilates Improve Sexual Performance?

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When it comes to sexual performance it’s not so much about strength, as it is about flexibility and breathing.

Therefore exercises such as yoga and Pilates, that emphasize both, are great ways to get yourself into tip-top sex shape!

It’s been said that the key to a happy and healthy relationship is to “be flexible.” The same can be said for your sex life! Sex is a way of expressing love, sex is emotionally satisfying, but let’s not forget it can also be physically demanding. Like any physical activity, the better shape you are in, the better at it you can be!

How Pilates Improves Sexual Performance

pilates improves sexual performance Men and women can both benefit from Pilates. When I recommend it, women tend to be more familiar with it. Maybe they have already tried Pilates, yoga, Zumba, or some other similar exercise. Men, who may or may not be familiar with Pilates, are actually quite surprised to see how, unlike yoga, there really is significant resistance training involved in Pilates.

Pilates focuses on balance, coordination, flexibility, and breathing.  This is similar to Yoga, Tai Chi, Qigong and other “Eastern practices.”  There is also a “mindfulness” aspect of Pilates, making it an exercise for mind, body and spirit.

Practitioners of Pilates find it helps them, not only with their abilities to perform sexually, but in many aspects of everyday life. It reduces stress, relieves back pain, builds core muscle groups and can burn calories.

When people hear about working “the core,” they think that means just reducing belly fat, they don’t realize the connection it has to sexual performance.  “The core” really encompasses the abs, the muscles of the pelvic floor, your hips and glutes. So you can see how Pilates can help you build up that whole “middle area,” which in turn helps with your sexual performance.

The mindfulness aspect of Pilates also helps men and women get in better touch with their bodies, understand muscle sensations more, and control them better.

This also can lead to better and more satisfying sexual performance.

When You Need More of a Bedroom Boost

Exercise in general and not just Pilates can always improve your sexual performance. Exercise improves your strength, your stamina, and flexibility, all of which can improve performance.

Exercise can also get you in better shape. If you look good and feel good, that not only can make you more attractive to your partner, it can make you feel better about yourself, both of which can also help in the romance department.

But, if you need a little more of a “boost in the bedroom,” exercise alone may not be enough. Both men and women as they hit their 30’s and 40s’, can start to experience some sexual wellness issues.

sexual performanceFor men, that can mean a little more difficulty in getting or maintaining an erection. For women, a loss of libido, or problems obtaining orgasm. No matter your age, the stress of everyday life can put a damper on your sexual activities.

The good news is the Gains Enhancement (for men) and the O-shot (for women) can help! Both use Platelet Rich Plasma, or PRP. PRP uses your own blood to improve sexual performance! In a simple injection to improve blood flow and stimulates cellular rejuvenation.

For women that means increased sensitivity, more lubrication, and an improved ability to reach orgasm.

For men, the proprietary formula in the Gains Enhancement is the only non-surgical sexual wellness treatment that can cure erectile dysfunction as well as increase penis size!

The Gains Enhancement when combined with a program of fitness, diet, and exercise can help you to have the best sex of your life, no matter your age!

You can find out a lot more about how to improve your sexual performance and many other ways to age well in my new full length book, Great Gains For Life.

Have you or anyone you know tried any “age management” treatments? What were the results?

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