Sex gives you light but vigorous physical motions which are beneficial for us. It improve our immune system and helps to control weight. Most trainers have been suggesting that their clients and visitors to the gym have sex thrice a week. Sex has been known to burn calories but how many and depending on what factors. Here’s an insight into it.
Some may call it synchronized gymnastics and others choose to call it “making love”, but it all just eventually boils down to a three letter word s-e-x. The age old practice we so proudly flaunt as our own since the advent of the Khajuraho Temples to the ultimate guide to sex called The Kamasutra, we have always been known to be the pioneers in innovative and complex love making. We transcend from being flamboyant, curious teens to more experienced and well-read adults.
A cheap and funny image prevails over new found discoveries after endless surfing over the net, reading dirty magazines and receiving the dirty bits from experienced friends. We live in a country where we proudly wear the fact that we wrote the sex book but we also live in times where it could be taboo, making us complete aliens in the society. Well, heads up for what’s coming then.
Don’t be surprised if your fitness charts read, “Sex thrice a week” because that’s exactly what trainers have been advising their clients to get down to their business. There is nothing bad in sex as God made us to do it and do it happily with our partner. As many cricket coaches advise: if you can not find a partner, do it solo. After all sex is an important part of life.