My name is Wallace Rios and I am a registered fitness professional that has been working in the fitness industry for over 15 years. I have studied Certificate III and IV in fitness. I am currently involved in studies investigating sex benefits on an exercise ball.
Regular exercise and sexual activity is an important part of a healthy lifestyle which can make you look good, feel good, and live longer, with less disease and illness related problems. Relationships are another important part of a healthy life, and ‘sexercising’ on a fitness ball can help strengthen your relationships as well as your body and mind; incorporating ‘sexercise’ programs will add fun and fitness for both male and female participants.
The Sexyballs™ book is a professional step by step ‘sexercise’ guide on safe and effective sex positions that can be performed incorporating many muscle groups and ability levels to achieve a more pleasurable ‘sexercise’ experience while improving strength, muscle tone and even weight loss.
Not only does ‘sexercise’ improve heart health and lung capacity, the strength exercises performed during sex on a fitness ball will assist in stimulating specific muscles and erogenous zones (pleasure areas) that cannot be achieved during regular weight training or sexual positions.
During exercise and sexual activities the brain releases chemicals and hormones called endorphins, which make people feel pleasure and happiness during and after participation. By combining both sex and exercise activities, the participants may enjoy a higher level of satisfaction and enjoyment.
The repetitive nature of the actions in challenging and unstable positions on a fitness ball will increase the heart rate to incorporate a strength and cardiovascular workout that will improve stamina and can boost an individual’s immune system.
A person who engages in regular exercise experiences a healthier sex life, reports better performance in their jobs, a more fulfilling relationship, and has lower recorded incidences of mental disorders.
I recommend having sex on a fitness ball for its health related benefits - and if better health doesn’t motivate you to exercise perhaps a better sex life will!
Fitness Trainer & Fitness Instructor
Certificate III & IV in Fitness
HOLMESGLEN Institute of TAFE
Integrated Corrective Exercise Certification
Australian Graduate School of Health & Sport Science
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