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Is a man's stride linked to his ability to perform in the bedroom?
The Doctors discuss a study that looked at the length of a man's stride and how it related to erectile dysfunction. The study found that men who take smaller steps were 40 percent more likely to suffer from ED when compared to those who took larger steps.
Urologist Dr. Aaron Spitz explains how these two things are related, saying someone's gait (their stride) can be related to a person's fitness level. He goes on to explain that fitness is linked to cardiovascular health, which can impact someone's ability to sexually perform and maintain an erection.
"There can be a relation between the strength of your pelvis and erections and the strength your pelvis and how vigourously you walk," Dr. Spitz notes. Adding, "Get those legs moving, so that all 3 legs will work better."
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