The Scary Link Between Heavy Training And Your Sex Drive | Men's Health Magazine Australia

The Scary Link Between Heavy Training And Your Sex Drive

Today’s 12k threshold run left your calves in all sorts of pain?

Good news for your next half marathon – but maybe not such good news for your sex drive.

A recent study published in the journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, which questioned 1000 men about their exercise regimens and bedroom habits, found committed trainers who regularly took part in “chronic intense” exercise were more likely to show “decreased libido scores”.

Worried your current training load is scuppering your sex drive? Drop one heavy training session a week and shuffle in this workout instead.

By Mens Health Staff

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