The premise is simple: Good health leads to good sex. Good sex leads to good health. Sexual Fitness shows how seven basic factors-diet, supplements, medications, sensual stimulation, exercise, sleep, and stress reduction-directly influence sexual health. More important, it features an easy-to-follow 30-day program, complete with dietary guidelines, recipes, a daily planner, and plenty of practical guidance.
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It's time to work out, but your partner wants to be intimate. SEXUAL FITNESS is the simple solution to this wonderful dilemma. Make your bedroom your gym and your partner your dumbbell. Most sex books are just description manuals or photo albums with silly photos of waxed couples making ridiculous faces while they try to hide any genitalia from the camera. The truth is that when you are getting it on you don't want to stop to read the next paragraph. SEXUAL FITNESS is a quick reference funny-read-for-the-bedroom "sexercise" workout routine catalyst. As entertaining as they come, SEXUAL FITNESS also strives to give you an incredible and ass-kicking challenge. Experts say that during a sexual romp a person will burn between 100-150 calories. While there is no way of truly aggregating what you'll burn, these muscle building workouts are designed to help you burn between 220-400 calories per workout or more! Try out new positions that will help you work your core and blow your... mind: • A Man A Hand A Plan • Perpendickular Lines • The Mermaid and the Sailor • The Ballerina Bunnies • The Reverse Cowgirl • Eat, Pray, Hump • Crotching Tiger Horny Dragon • Banana Split with a Cherry on Top
Whether you've been in a relationship for a few weeks or many years, most couples would like to improve or enrich the quality of their sex lives. While there may be no such thing as perfect sex, there are, however, easy steps that anyone can take to dramatically enhance the sexual experience for both partners. Not only will sex become more enjoyable, but it will deepen and strengthen your relationship overall and you will look forward with great anticipation to all the time you share together. To accomplish this goal, this book looks at sex in a fresh, unconventional way. The author shows the reader how to approach sex like you would prepare for a sporting event or other physical activity. Sex requires physical training to unlock its full potential. By focusing on the physical stresses and demands that are placed on the human body during sex, the author has designed a strength and conditioning program that will help maximize your performance in the same way a strength and condition program helps athletes prepare for competition.
Many men in mid-life are concerned with health issues--appearance, exercise, weight, muscle tone--and they also want to actively monitor their sexual health. This guide contains questionnaires to help determine problem areas in maintaining or regaining sexual vitality and how to do a natural "tune-up" on your body's systems to defeat declining sexual fitness.
Hard is good, harder is better -- for your health, your libido, your life. Such is the provocative premise behind Dr. Steven Lamm's The Hardness Factor, a groundbreaking book that will change the way men live and love. The Hardness Factor measures male health through the quality of an erection -- perhaps the greatest male motivator for better living (more so than fear of cancer, heart attack, or stroke). The Hardness Factor asks, Can men be hard and in shape for sex their entire lives? The answer is, absolutely. Here for the first time are scientific, evidence-based regimens -- emphasizing nutrition, supplements, and exercise -- to increase erectile quality. By following the programs in The Hardness Factor, you will improve overall health; produce stronger, harder, and longer-lasting erections; increase strength, fitness, flexibility, and vitality; restore self-confidence; and achieve maximum sexual gratification with your partner. A renowned New York clinician, bestselling author, and a favorite expert on the television show The View, Dr. Lamm offers straight talk for men of all ages in "The Four-Day Insurance Policy," which can provide a quick fix for that upcoming Saturday night (or any other dating emergency), and the more detailed "Six-Week Hardness Factor Program," which will improve a man's sex drive, stamina, hardness, and, most of all, health. This comprehensive guide also includes numerous recipes created by acclaimed chef Waldy Malouf, aimed at promoting nutritional health and jump-starting the libido. After following The Hardness Factor, you will not only achieve optimal health and sexual fitness but also understand why the penis is the best barometer of a man's health.
Just over one hundred and thirty years ago Charles Darwin, in The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex (1871), developed remarkably accurate conclusions about man's ancestry, based on a review of general comparative anatomy and psychology in which he regarded sexual selection as a necessary part of the evolutionary process. But the attention of biologists turned to the more general concept of natural selection, in which sexual selection plays a complex role that has been little understood. This volume significantly broadens the scope of modern evolutionary biology by looking at this important and long neglected concept of great importance. In this book, which is the first full discussion of sexual selection since 1871, leading biologists bring modern genetic theory and behavior observation to bear on the subject. The distinguished authors consider many aspects of sexual selection in many species, including man, within the context of contemporary evolutionary theory and research. The result is a remarkably original and well-rounded view of the whole concept that will be invaluable especially to students of evolution and human sexual behavior. The lucid authority of the contributors and the importance of the topic will interest all who share in man's perennial fascination with his own history. The book will be of central importance to a wide variety of professionals, including biologists, anthropologists, and geneticists. It will be an invaluable supplementary text for courses in vertebrate biology, theory of evolution, genetics, and physical anthropology. It is especially important with the emergence of alternative explanations of human development, under the rubric of creationism and doctrines of intelligent design. Bernard G. Campbell is professor of anthropology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Born in Weybridge, England, he received his Ph.D. from the University of Cambridge in 1957, and has been a lecturer in anthropology at Cambridge and Harvard Universities. Among his many contributions to the field of anthropology is Human Evolution: An Introduction to Man's Adaptations.
Understanding of animal social and sexual evolution has seen a renaissance in recent years with discoveries of frequent infidelity in apparently monogamous species, the importance of sperm competition, active female mate choice, and eusocial behavior in animals outside the traditional social insect groups. Each of these findings has raised new questions, and suggested new answers, about the evolution of behavioral interactions among animals. This volume synthesizes recent research on the sexual and social biology of the Crustacea, one of the dominant invertebrate groups on earth. Its staggering diversity includes ecologically important inhabitants of nearly every environment from deep-sea trenches, through headwater streams, to desert soils. The wide range of crustacean phenotypes and environments is accompanied by a comparable diversity of behavioral and social systems, including the elaborate courtship and wildly exaggerated morphologies of fiddler crabs, the mysterious queuing behavior of migrating spiny lobsters, and even eusociality in coral-reef shrimps. This diversity makes crustaceans particularly valuable for exploring the comparative evolution of sexual and social systems. Despite exciting recent advances, however, general recognition of the value of Crustacea as models has lagged behind that of the better studied insects and vertebrates. This book synthesizes the state of the field in crustacean behavior and sociobiology and places it in a conceptually based, comparative framework that will be valuable to active researchers and students in animal behavior, ecology, and evolutionary biology. It brings together a group of internationally recognized and rising experts in fields related to crustacean behavioral ecology, ranging from physiology and functional morphology, through mating and social behavior, to ecology and phylogeny. Each chapter makes connections to other, non-crustacean taxa, and the volume closes with a summary section that synthesizes the contributions, discusses anthropogenic impacts, highlights unanswered questions, and provides a vision for profitable future research.
A major new look at the evolution of mating decisions in organisms from protozoans to humans The popular consensus on mate choice has long been that females select mates likely to pass good genes to offspring. In Mate Choice, Gil Rosenthal overturns much of this conventional wisdom. Providing the first synthesis of the topic in more than three decades, and drawing from a wide range of fields, including animal behavior, evolutionary biology, social psychology, neuroscience, and economics, Rosenthal argues that "good genes" play a relatively minor role in shaping mate choice decisions and demonstrates how mate choice is influenced by genetic factors, environmental effects, and social interactions. Looking at diverse organisms, from protozoans to humans, Rosenthal explores how factors beyond the hunt for good genes combine to produce an endless array of preferences among species and individuals. He explains how mating decisions originate from structural constraints on perception and from nonsexual functions, and how single organisms benefit or lose from their choices. Both the origin of species and their fusion through hybridization are strongly influenced by direct selection on preferences in sexual and nonsexual contexts. Rosenthal broadens the traditional scope of mate choice research to encompass not just animal behavior and behavioral ecology but also neurobiology, the social sciences, and other areas. Focusing on mate choice mechanisms, rather than the traits they target, Mate Choice offers a groundbreaking perspective on the proximate and ultimate forces determining the evolutionary fate of species and populations.
Sex is a how-to topic. There are hundreds of manuals on how to have explosive, amazing, earth-shattering sex. There are exercise books for the muscles used during sex, cookbooks for meals that increase your desire, books about low sex drive, high sex drive, and everything in between. And yet, in most of these manuals, there is usually one small chapter about sexual health. In this age of breakthrough discoveries about potency and infection, new drugs to combat the full range of sexually transmitted diseases, new technologies for contraception and genital health - there is no single volume that fully explains this extremely important aspect of all the incredible sex going on: sexual health and fitness. The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Sexual Health and Fitnessfills this market need. Written by Kate Bracy, a veteran nurse practitioner and sexual health expert, and Dr. Kathryn Arendt, respected gynecologist, this comprehensive book explains all aspects of sexual health and fitness for both men and women. In clear, jargon-free, and authoritative language, this book includes information on: The healthy functions of our sexual selves. Diet, exercise, and safe sex practices that can keep us healthy and at our peak fitness. Easy, simple personal hygiene regimens for top health. Current findings on prostate health and erectile dysfunction. In-depth explanations of the most widespread sexually transmitted diseases, their symptoms, prevention, and cures. The latest information on contraception and how it affects sexual health. The most up-to-date findings on sexual health as it is affected by age. The latest word on prescription and alternative supplements available to aid in sexual activities.