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Having Sex Doesnt Affect Your Sports Performance Or Muscle Gain

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When it comes to bodybuilding, the first thought that comes in our mind is an attractive physique.  If we conduct a survey, asking men why they lift weights, the following could be the possible answers:

· To drop body fat

· To have six packs

· To pack on big muscles

· To look macho in clothes

· To attract girls and have better ***

· To be strong in real life 

Myth: *** And Ejaculation Makes You Lose Strength 

Having Sex Doesn’t Affect Your Sports Performance Or Muscle Gain© Thinkstock

The reasons are subjective. One of the lesser talked about benefits of religious weight training is ‘better performance while having ***’. However, there has been a myth floating for ages that you should not have *** if you are into bodybuilding or any strength based sports like wrestling or so.  The reason they support this statement with is that you lose strength when you ejaculate. Well, this purely idiotic!  There are several research papers available today which substantiates that *** or orgasm does not lead to any strength or muscle loss. The only thing that happens immediately after *** is that the T levels drop for a VERY short span of time and then ultimately, spike back up. 

As a matter of fact, *** and muscle building have a very positive relation with each other.  For a lowdown on how bodybuilding can affect our *** life and vice a versa, checkout these interesting facts:

*** And Natural Bodybuilding 

1. Muscle building and our libido, are both determined by the male *** hormone i.e. testosterone.  Therefore, more the testosterone production, better the libido aka *** drive and better will be your ability to pack on muscle mass.

2. Weight training improves testosterone production. On the other hand, a sexually active individual will already have a healthy amount of testosterone floating in his body. As a result, the more sexually active you are, the better are your chances to pack on muscles.

Here is an interesting study conducted by Fox Sports Network (FSN) sport science

Having Sex Doesn’t Affect Your Sports Performance Or Muscle Gain© ESPN

FSN Sports Science conducted a study to determine how *** before or after a workout may affect performance. Sports Science producers sought the help of Chris Byrd, a heavyweight boxing champion who was asked to refrain from *** for whole one week. After one week, his fitness performance was scrutinized. The levels of testosterone, strength of the legs, and the punching power were also recorded. Later, Byrd was allowed to have *** and was requested to return for a performance testing after the ***.

*** before workout = Better Performance At Gym Floor

Having Sex Doesn’t Affect Your Sports Performance Or Muscle Gain© Aworldofboxing

According to analysis reports by FSN Sport Science, the cardiovascular health of Bryd remained constant before and just after ***. Surprisingly, the strength of his legs and punching power improved and the levels of testosterone also increased by 20%.

Some experts claim that *** before workout can enhance the performance of an individual and it does not have any negative impact on strength or the hypertrophy. Well, what your take on this? Share your views in the comment section.

Rachit Dua is an advanced K11 certified fitness coach for general and special population (people with medical issues, old age people, pregnant women, and children) and a certified sports nutritionist. You can get in touch with him here.

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