1. It’ll increase confidence.

Confidence is a self-fulfilling prophecy: The better you think you are at something (sex included), the better you’ll be. And research from the University of Arkansas shows that people who are physically fit not only to think of themselves as hotties, but as better in bed. For instance, in the study, 60 percent of women who exercised four to five days a week said they were above average in the attractiveness department, while 80 percent said they were above average in the bedroom.

2. It’ll boost your sex drive.

Your body produces testosterone to help repair and build stronger muscles after strength training. It’s men’s primary sex hormone, but it can increase your sex drive and satisfaction, too, says sexologist Ava Cadell, PhD. (While cardio has some benefit, strength training has the biggest influence on testosterone—not to mention sexy, toned muscles.) Read Full Article Here