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How to Get Your Body Summer Ready

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Posted June 21, 2016 by Kimani in Fitness
Get your body summer ready

How to Get Your Body Summer Ready

Summer, winter, spring or fall; no matter what the season, good health equals better penis power. The general condition of your mind and body are reflected in the state of your penis performance. In the summer, it becomes even more important to get and maintain a high level of well-being, both mentally and physically. As the days get longer and warmer, we tend to be more active, and more of our bodies are visible. Dr. Dudley Danoff is back with some tips you’ll need to get your body summer ready.

Get Your Body Summer Ready

Get Fit and Stay Fit

A good exercise program is central to overall health and sexual fitness. It takes energy and strength to make love; the muscles of your arms, legs, back, and abdomen are all involved in the action. If they become flabby, your penis also risks becoming flabby. Build up your muscular strength with weights, push-ups, sit-ups, yoga, or whatever exercise you prefer. The summer is the perfect time to ride your bicycle in the park or take a jog. It is not that you have to get “ripped” or sculpted like an Egyptian god, but it is important to develop muscular strength and flexibility.

As the summer approaches, it’s time to commit to cardiovascular fitness. A vigorous half hour of aerobic exercise four or five times a week is what I recommend for developing and maintaining cardiovascular fitness. Physical inactivity leads to the deterioration of your body as a whole and can also lead to deterioration of your penis power. If you start wheezing or gasping for breath while making love, your penis will get the message that you need rest, and that is exactly what it will do.

Watch What You Eat

As spring turns to summer, it is even more important than ever to pay attention to what you eat. A diet low in saturated fat and high in fiber is the most effective diet to get your body summer ready. The most important factor in getting and keeping a firm erection is blood flow; and It is obvious that super potency depends on clean arteries. Do not gum up the works by ingesting saturated fats and bad cholesterol. If you have ever made love when you felt bloated or constipated, you know how much better you functioned when your digestive system was not overtaxed.Get Your Body Summer Ready

Do not overeat; make sure you consume plenty of fiber within each day. Wining and dining can be romantic, but the romance withers if you overdo either one. Too much alcohol (or any intoxicant) might increase your desire, but will surely diminish your penis power. Too much dining, and you will feel sluggish, heavy, and tired. In addition, a super potent man should be concerned with maintaining good prostate health. Reliable evidence supports a low-fat, high-fiber, and high-protein diet in addition to regular exercise as part of a good overall regimen to keep your prostate healthy year round.

Summer and the goal of weight control go hand-in-hand. Let us face it—it is a lot easier to operate smoothly and vigorously in bed if you are not carrying a twenty-pound belt of blubber around your waist. Not only do real health risks exist when overweight, but for most women, a lean physique is much more attractive. Even more important than how other people see you is your perception of your body. Maintaining a healthy body weight encourages self-confidence and promotes a healthy, positive outlook on life. In addition, if you are overweight and looking down at your penis from above a big belly, you might start thinking of your penis as small because layers of fat obscure so much of it. That in turn will cause you to think small about your penis power.

Get Your Body Summer Ready

Stay Positive

In general and particularly in the summertime, I have found that men with poor body images have some degree of penis weakness. Men who are comfortable with their bodies and are content with their looks have a higher likelihood for super potency. Believe it or not, men with positive body images are not necessarily hunks. Some good-looking, well-built men have far worse body images than men with ordinary bodies. It is all a matter of how you see yourself. Some men are so insecure and vain that if they do not see Brad Pitt when they look in the mirror, they hate their bodies and ultimately spin a pall of negativity over their self-esteem. Others are content with what nature gave them as long as they stay in reasonable shape. In my opinion, every man is capable of attaining a positive body image. As you get ready for a joyful summer, set your own standards of health and fitness and maintain a regular routine.

Looking for more tips to help with bedroom power? Check out Dr. Danoff’s book – “Penis Power.”

Dudley Seth Danoff, MD, FACS, is president and founder of the Cedars-Sinai Tower Urology Group in Los Angeles, a Diplomate of the American Board of Urology, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and the author of two books on men’s health.




About the Author

Kimani

A NY transplant in Florida, Kimani has taken on the task of educating the world on sexual health and education. The Mount Vernon native has seen AIDS and HIV spread through her community like wildfire, and hopes to cease the transmission of these and other diseases one person at a time. If you know better, you're inclined to do better.

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