Kiss – Thorma
Many people in my social media circles are fitness fanatics. They haul themselves out of bed at ‘it’s still dark’ o’clock to get in their exercise session each day. I imagine they would prefer to stay in bed but their dedication to a healthy body trumps their desire to stay warm and cosy. Everyone reports they feel so much better afterwards — somehow the sacrifice is worth the pay off.
It also strikes me that the more people exercise the more they want to. Taking time off is a risk because once you stop working out, it’s hard to start again.
Exercise is a lot like sex.
It might come as a shock to you but I don’t always feel like sex. Sometimes I’d rather watch a movie, read a book, or go to sleep/stay asleep. But I know I’ll always feel better afterwards — oh my god, so much better!
Sex is the glue that keeps lovers together — it floods us with hormones which make love and kindness ooze from our pores. If I want a healthy relationship, I need to make sure there is enough sexy time.
I would love to see an app, or a star chart, or a forum dedicated to encouraging people to have more sex. Instead of reading Facebook updates about how many miles someone ran, I’d rather see an update about how many orgasms they had. Perhaps a 30 day challenge asking women to have sex with their partners 30 days in a row?
Sex is just as important for your physical health as lifting weights and cardio.
Try some sexercise this week (even if you’re not in the mood to start with) … remember you’ll feel so much better afterwards and the more you do it the more you’ll want it.
As Nike says — JUST DO IT ♥
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