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Cardiovascular fitness enables you to sustain sex both for long periods of time and for short but taxing sessions. Vascular fitness in general is important for blood flow to the genitals in both sexes, having the potential to increase the hardness and frequency of erections in men and the efficiency of vaginal lubrication as well as the facility of orgasm in women. Declining quality of erection in men can, in fact, be a marker for vascular dysfunction, whereas exercise, and aerobic exercise in particular, has been linked to improvements in erectile function (and reductions in rates of erectile dysfunction), endothelial cell function, and production of vascular nitric oxide  - the best sex will be difficult to achieve without cardio.
The sexual importance of hip strength, mobility and endurance is similarly not hard to understand. Good hip mobility will allow you to enter into a wider array of sexual positions (kama sutra look out!), and silly as it sounds, reduce the risk of injury. With immobile hips, your body is likely to use the lumbar spine to compensate for a lack of motion in the hips . This is problematic for a number of reasons: the spinal flexors and extensors are much weaker, and repeated lumbar rotation and end-range flexion and extension imposes a non-trivial risk to the intervertebral discs as well as the facet joints of the vertebrae . It is much better to achieve range of motion and power in the far stronger hips.
While the importance of core strength and stability varies based on position, it is generally necessary for transmitting force from the upper body to the lower body . For our purposes here, think embracing your partner above while moving your hips below. A strong core with and stamina will also help you keep your balance and sustain movement in certain positions, e.g. when picking up, or being picked up by a partner, or being in the top position.
While there's nothing sexy sounding about the bulbospongiosus or pubococcygeus muscles, they are foundational to the pelvic floor, and there are few more important muscles for sexual health and performance for both sexes. For men they contribute to erection and ejaculation, while for women they help to close the vagina and contribute to clitoral erection. They contribute to the feelings of orgasm in both men and women. For optimal sexual performance you'll want to develop both muscles, and you'll need to train them for both strength and endurance. Prepare to meet your friend, the kegel. A simple, but highly effective exercise for training the pelvic floor, kegel and pelvic-floor exercise regimens have been show to reduce premature ejaculation in men, , reduce rates of erectile dysfunction in men , improve both orgasm and arousal response in women , improve postpartum sexual function in women  , and add address urinary incontinence in both sexes . The value of kegel exercises and pelvic floor fitness for the best sex cannot be overstated, in some cases exceeding the clinical outcomes of even the most impressive medications. Just don't do your resisted kegels in the gym.
Finally, do note that we haven't touched the mental and emotional aspects of sex and orgasm, or sex appeal more broadly. These are undeniably important, but beyond the scope of simple physical fitness. That said, there are few superior methods of gaining confidence in a task than by training for it.
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Exercise is a powerful tool for enhancing mental performance and cognitive health. Whether you want to improve your general brain health and memory, enhance your problem solving abilities, reduce your risk of Parkinson’s or Alzheimer’s, or bend metal and shoot lasers with your mind – exercise has an important role to play in all but two of those activities. In particular, richer fitness regimens – regimens consisting of aerobic and resistance training methods, produce the greatest overall improvements in cognitive performance and neurochemical brain processes. Note, however, working out for sixteen hours each day won’t turn you into the next Stephen Hawking. There are diminishing returns, and the favorable cerebral environment promoted by exercise is only as good as the active learning that accompanies it.
In the same way that exercise has been found to improve a wide range of general health conditions, so too does it have wide and positive impacts across the brain. Its effects extend across vascular, metabolic, inflammatory  and stress-regulating pathways as they exist in the brain. Exercise has been shown to enhance neuronal metabolic and mitochondrial functioning, decrease oxidative stress in the hippocampus, and increase mitochondrial machinery. Another way of saying this: working out helps improve the power supply, the work environment and workers themselves in neuronal ‘train stations.’ On the other end, stress, and chronic stress in particular, has been linked to impaired functioning of, and indeed damage to, the hippocampus. Exercise has shown favorable benefits in the regulation of stress (and in particular the management of corticosteroid processes – e.g. cortisol), and may also favorably affect hippocampal memory systems through this process (also potentially leading to improvements in mood and attention if not intelligence).
More specific to the process of memory formation and the underlying neuronal structure, exercise has been found to increase levels of hippocampal neurotrophins. Neurotrophins are a class of growth factors centrally important in the development and health of neurons. In particular, increases in a neurotrophin called brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) have been linked to neurogenesis (the creation of new neurons) and improved synaptic plasticity , producing substantial improvements in memory. In turn, exercise has been found to up-regulate levels of hippocampal BDNF- and much of its impact on memory appears to stem from this process. To make a wild analogy and a gross, but potentially useful, simplification – BDNF is to neurogenesis as testosterone is to muscle growth.
Insulin like growth factor 1 (IGF1) is another compound which has been found to enhance neurogenesis and plasticity processes, and it is similarly upregulated through working out. Not only does strenuous physical activity lead to positive increases in these compounds, but it can also help regulate hormones which indirectly support them. Active fitness workouts have been shown to help maintain levels of testosterone and estrogen, which have also been shown to help favorably regulate levels of neurotrophins and neurogenesis . Taken together, the neuronal and synaptic plasticity promoted by these compounds ultimately work to facilitate some of the basic processes of cognition, learning and memory formation such as Long Term Potentiation, or ‘LTP. Exercise appears to have has favorable effects on LTP , most likely mediated by its positive effects on synaptic plasticity generally.
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