on Tuesday, October 27, 2009in Other
This one’s for you gentlemen, so pay close attention.
You know that regular exercise helps to keep those love handles at bay, your pecs popping and biceps bulging but do you realize that consistent cardiovascular workouts can also benefit your….ahem…Johnson?
Studies have shown an undeniable correlation between regular exercise and the prevention of, or at least the delay of, erectile dysfunction. If you think about it, it’s really no surprise. After all, in order for an erection to occur, a large volume of blood must make its way to the penis, causing it to become engorged and ready for action. Having stated that, it stands to reason that maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system should aid in the prevention of ED by facilitating necessary blood flow.
A lifestyle that includes regular and consistent cardio is vital to the proper function of your vascular and circulatory systems, making¬†it as much a must for your member as it is for your ticker. If you want to avoid the constant Viagra refills (and who doesn’t) you’ll need to work up a good sweat for a minimum of 20-30 minutes 4-5 times per week.
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