Are you feeling the Love?  February is the month of love. It's also the American Association's Heart Disease Awareness month.  Both are associated with your heart.  



What are you getting your significant other for Valentine’s Day?

  • Flowers?
  • Candy? 
  • Jewelry?
  • Stuffed animal?
  • Good Sex?
  • Nothing?

More people chose good sex in my informal survey than anything else. What do you plan on giving to your significant other?

If the promise of a long, lean, fit physique hasn't made you a Dr. Fitness devotee already, this just might: The right exercise program can rev up your sex life.

Many Pilates and Yoga type poses target the muscles women and men rely on between the sheets—hip flexors, glutes, inner and outer thighs, and core. Stretch and strengthening these key spots, enhancing endurance, stability, and flexibility, all of which help to control your body so you can find and maintain the positions that feel best. Also Kegels, engage and strengthen your pelvic floor, which can improve the frequency and intensity of your big finale for men and women.  

If Good Sex is on your Valentine day list call or text the Dr. Fitness Helpline 904.236.5858 for more fitness information to go from good sex to great sex.

Download the "Fit and Safe" scheduling App and schedule your Valentine the gift of nice abs and improved endurance.  Schedule a couples "How Fit Are You" assessment.  Receive an honest look at your capabilities,  and develop a strategy to improve your relationship with your body and your Valentine's Body.