UCSF finds specific exercise linked to improved sex drive


In a study of more than 3,000 women, scientists noted a substantial difference in terms of sexual function in those who participated in a certain sport.

Women's Health sums it up like this:

In a new study from the University of California, San Francisco, women who cycled at high intensity reported significantly higher sexual function than those who didn’t cycle at all. The study also found that these women were less likely to experience issues such as sexual dysfunction.

Unfortunately, the study notes, cycling also led to more urinary tract infections and saddle sores.

Regardless of the specific results you're looking to achieve, there is no disputing that high-intensity workouts like cycling are good for overall health.

If you feeling inspired to get your cycle on right now, VOILA:

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