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Anyone who has done a little research into how to improve their sexual performance will have read that exercise is one of the best things that you can do. This is not only because it reduces stress and boosts our mood, but also because it gets the blood flowing to all the right places.

However, when it comes to which type of exercise is best, it can be difficult to know where to start. Some sources say that yoga is the key because it can help to relax the body as well as the mind. Others recommend kegel exercises, which are designed to help strengthen the pelvic muscles with obvious beneficial effects for your sex life.

Yet other experts insist that vigorous cardio exercises, such as running, swimming, or cycling, is the best way to keep in tip-top condition. For anyone who is not in the habit of exercising regularly, or even at all, this can all seem a little bit daunting. Many people simply don’t have the time to learn how to master a new technique.

Reassuringly, some experts suggest that a simple daily walk is all you need to set yourself on the right path to better health and fitness outcomes. However, this comes with the caveat of needing to walk for 10,000 steps a day to make any difference; a big ask for a busy working person with a family.

There may be some good news for the time-poor though, according to an article published in The Guardian. Scientists at the University of Sydney have found that although 10,000 steps a day may be optimal, even 3,800 steps can have a beneficial effect on our health. The pace that you walk also matters, with faster walking being better for you.

Prof Tony Blazevich, an expert in biomechanics at Edith Cowan University, told the publication: “The more your blood flows through your arteries, the more they trigger the self-renewal processes in your arteries. Faster-paced walking increases people’s heart rate more than slower walking.”

He added: “Theoretically, if you can get your heart rate up and get the blood flowing faster you might repair your arteries a bit better. Extra blood flow can be really good for all parts of our body – our brains, our muscles, everything.”

“We know that exercise is one of the best ways [to minimise] inflammation. Generally what we find is that going from nothing to something gives us the biggest bang for your buck. Say at the moment you’re only doing around 3,000 steps a day, if you go up to 5,000 that will have a relatively big effect.”

Ultimately, it seems the advice is that any exercise is better than nothing, and by gradually building up fitness and stamina with a slight increase in pace and distance each day, you should get some results.

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