Ever heard of the saying “nothing has changed, yet everything is different”? To some women, this is the case when it comes to their sex lives. Many women suffer from lack of sexual drive due to a number of changes in their lives. Sexual dysfunction in woman could be due to psychosocial factors, which includes mental health issues like depression, self-esteem, anxiety, stress, and fatigue.
To address these issues and boost your libido (aside from indulging in foods that are deemed aphrodisiacs), do kegel exercise programs regularly to help boost a woman’s stamina and enhance her pelvic floor.
The basic move consist of tightening the muscles of your pelvic floor as if stopping the flow of urine. (These muscles are attached to the pelvic bone, and hold in your pelvic organs.) Tighten your pelvic muscles for 10 seconds, counting to 10 as you do it. Do your kegels 10 times a day.
To add to this basic exercises, do two sets each of the following exercise programs, at 20 to 25 reps, three times a week.
Squats. No other exercise programs will push you as hard in the gym, or demand as much from you, as this “king of exercises.”
Since testosterone levels increase with anaerobic training, it is crucial that you choose the most effective strength training exercise programs to boost this hormone.
Deadlifts. This exercise programs train every muscle, from the ends of your toes to the tips of your fingers. When worked intensely, it becomes an effective “trigger” in the production and release of testosterone, leading to improved muscular gains and increased libido.
Stiff Legs Deadlifts. It’s been said that the squat exercise programs and stiff leg deadlift combined will do all that is possible to trigger testosterone levels. Not only that, but these exercise programs are key to improved libido.
Row-Flyes from a Lunge Position. Stand with legs staggered, one foot about 2-3 feet behind the other, toes pointing forward, with torso pitched forward (forming a straight line from your back ankle through your hips and to the shoulders). Hold dumbbells at your side then raise them to shoulder level. Pause the weights at the top then slowly drop them down. To add a lot more to the exercise, hinge both legs down as you lower the weights, then hinge back up as your arms and shoulders raise the dumbbells. Repeat to muscular failure.