by Stephen McConnell on January 25, 2022

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2)      Cardiovascular/Aerobic Exercises

Like we explained in the first article, you've read it by now, haven't you?, Cardiovascular/Aerobic Exercises help to accelerate your pulse rate and thus increasing the flow of oxygenated blood [alongside other useful chemical compounds] to every part of your body including the genitals which plays a key role in fertility and in the course of sexual intercourse. We likewise did ask to be pardoned for the wordplay, remember?

So, cardiovascular/aerobic exercises increase the rate of your respiration and necessarily of your heart. It functions in the maintenance of your body weight leading to good body condition and necessarily increased sexual comfortability, reduction of your chances for arousal problems like erectile dysfunction, enhancement of your sexual stamina, and boosting your body confidence.

Traditional forms of Cardiovascular/Aerobic Exercises include swimming, running or jogging, jumping rope, and skiing. But more technical workouts are as follow:

Core Strengthening

  • Sit bolt upright on a rug or mat with your legs lying in such a position before you as to make your knees bend a little.
  • Lean to the back slowly, tautening the muscles of the mid-region of your torso while making sure your head and hips remain still.
  • If possible, hug your nape and raise your feet a little bit while leaning back.
  • Breathe out and twist to your left-hand side, reaching across your trunk with both hands for your left hip.
  • Return to your original position, then do it again on your right-hand angle.
  • This is one repetition otherwise known as rep.
  • Do at least 10 of it.

If in the course of this workout you experience pain in your back, you should take a breather or break it off altogether because it's not supposed to be painful.

A possible option is a segmental rotation:

  • Lie supine on a rug or mat so that your knees are a little bent.
  • Tighten the muscles of the mid-region of your trunk while lifting your both legs up straight.
  • Lower them rightward until you can't no more, while making sure your shoulders remain on the rug or mat.
  • Keep that position for four profound respirations.
  • Return to your original position and do it again leftward.
  • Repeat 10 times.

Jump squats

  • Begin by standing with your feet a little apart.
  • Take a leap into the air above you, as high as possible.
  • For a split second, allow your knees to assume angle 45 degree as you land, then squat without a pause.
  • Repeat this 15 times.

Glute Bridge

  • Lie supine on a rug or mat with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
  • Keep your forelimbs by your flanks, palms down.
  • Raise your hips off the rug or mat until your shoulders, hips, and knees are in perfect alignment.
  • Begin to lift with your coccyx and continue with one vertebra at a time.
  • Compress your glutes and keep the muscles of the mid-region of your torso taut.
  • Hold for a couple seconds, then lower yourself carefully back down on the rug or mat.
  • Repeat this 15 times.