Better Waistline, Better Sex life
Stick with your exercise program and she’ll love you more in the sack, too. A recent study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that men who had smaller waistline, lower body mass indexes (BMI), and were physically active had lower rates of erectile dysfunction. The study which surveyed almost 4,000 men over the age of 20, also found that having a larger waistline and lack of physical exertion can increase the risk of erectile dysfunction. Researchers suggest that you should keep your waistline below 40 inches and get at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week to ensure your optimum performance.