Please refresh the page and retry. M en who strenuously work out have a lower libido than those who do low intensity exercise, a study has found. T he researchers asked 1, men in the US to respond to an online poll about their sex lives, such as how often they thought about sex. They also asked detailed questions about exercise habits like how often and how intensely the men worked out. Among those who took part were running, cycling and ameteur endurance athletes who were contacted through trade magazines. E ach of the men was then categorised according to whether they had short or long workouts and if they were light, moderate, or intense.
On other days, they may only have time for "a Hollywood" just a steam. Either routine can help them relax. But some gay men say they need more than that to de-stress, which is why they go to the gym not only for a workout, but also a working over. And this "gym sex" is causing a rift at gay gyms between those who point to the rule of "consenting adults," and those who think that sex in the sauna or steam room encroaches on the rights of other people at the gym.
The poll off 2, adults by high street sex shop Ann Summers also revealed that a fifth of gym-goers have had sex with their personal trainer. And as many as 70 per cent of women admitted to fantasising about their personal trainer during sex. Gym-goers also used equipment to attract partner, according to research. The gym also inspired people to use online dating, with 82 per cent saying they had used apps at a facility. Studies show that exercising and losing weight can boost the libido.
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