5 Exercises that Men Should Do for a Better Sex Life

December 4, 2019
Male's Supplement

How does a man achieve peak sexual performance? Well, you have to have good overall health for you to be able to perform in the best way possible in bed.

To achieve optimal health, you have to make sure that you are eating the right way, taking the right supplements for men, and also doing the right exercises too.

Today, I am going to be highlighting some exercises that men should do for better sex life.

High-Intensity Interval Training

Keep in mind that as men grow older, their testosterone levels dip considerably. But, despite the fact that this is the natural progression, you can do certain things that will mitigate the negative effects of aging.

As you grow older, you will find that your energy levels may have dipped which means that your gym sessions will be much shorter. In light of this fact, you must make sure that you keep your exercise programs short and intense and that is why you need to look into HIIT.

HIIT stands for high-intensity interval training and it is basically performing any exercise in short, intensive bursts coupled with a couple of seconds rest.

For instance, you can perform 20 jumping jacks in quick succession and resting for 20 seconds after that and then go back again.

Doing your exercises this way will not only ensure that your body gets taxed the way it should be but it also ensures that you will no longer need to be spending hours on end in the gym.


Running, brisk walking, swimming, skipping, and other aerobic exercises have shown significant benefits for men who do them. That is because such exercises are designed to increase your heart rate, thus helping your heart reach its optimal levels of performance.

A good-functioning heart is one that pumps blood at considerably high rates and this is something that you want if you want to maintain an erection.


Originally believed to be an exercise reserved for women, performing Kegel exercises can actually benefit men also.

Kegel exercises specifically target your pelvic floor muscles. Ever stopped yourself from peeing midstream? Well, you have your pubococcygeus muscle (one part of your pelvic floor muscles) to thank for that. In addition to stopping or urine, it can also help stop your semen from ejaculating way too quickly as well.

The good thing about Kegels is that you can actually perform them just about anywhere simply because people cannot tell if you are doing them or not.

Basically, a Kegel exercise is one where you squeeze your PC muscles for a couple of seconds then resting for some, then doing it again. You can start by doing this 3 times a day and as you get comfortable, you can continuously challenge yourself by holding the squeeze for longer or doing more repetitions.

Strength Training

Lifting weights not only does wonders for your overall physique but it can also help you inside as well. That is because resistance training can help boost the production of testosterone in your body. Aim to get at least 3-4 weightlifting sessions per week.


All of the above-mentioned exercises tackle very little about your overall flexibility. To cap things off, you also want to perform some Yoga a couple of times a week. That is because aside from the fact that it helps calm your body down, it also does wonders for your flexibility which is necessary if you were to perform those hard sex positions.