Fit for Love is a fun, sensual program designed to improve your physical, emotional, romantic and spiritual health. In Billy’s classes, movement ranges from simple yet precise stretches to relieve tension and stress, to releasing more energy with playful exercises and doable sexy dance moves, to building strength and stamina that you feel in your deep core physically and emotionally. In the book, Fit for Love, Billy is able to go into more detail about the how and why of his program, and includes photos and instruction on more intimate (although always fully clothed!) partner stretches as well as illustrations and specific directions on how to find your partner’s sexual pleasure points. The benefits of both the classes and the practice range from a smaller waistline, to generally improved outlook and health, to emotional wellbeing, to metabolic and immune system improvement, to hip, back and spine pain relief, to immense pleasure and connection with your partner!
But Fit for Love is not just another exercise program—it is an amorous anti-aging art form! By improving your amorous anatomy—awakening and strengthening the muscles in your hips, pelvis and spine—you increase your capacity for pleasure by opening and widening the energy channels in your body for the all important anti-aging hormonal release during intimate encounters.
Science now recognizes the connection between hormones and the “diseases of aging.” Keeping your hormones in balance and at a youthful level is now very possible with optimal sexual function, proper supplementing and sometimes, if applicable, medical treatment. Energy and vitality can be regained and many age-related conditions, including high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, diabetes, loss of muscle and bone mass, and fatigue can be staved off for years to come. (Shores MM et al 2004).
Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is an endocrine hormone that is produced by the anterior portion of the pituitary gland. No other substance known to medical science has been shown continually to deter and reverse the process of aging. Almost every system in the human body is in some way dependent on HGH for proper functioning. Growth hormone peaks during adolescence and decreases dramatically thereafter. At age 40, our GH production is only 40% of what it was at age 20. The decline of the male and female libido is directly related to the age-related declines in HGH and testosterone in the body.
HGH is released during orgasm in proportion to the intensity of the orgasm. It is also released during strain and struggle usually associated with exercise. Studies also show it is released when vibration reaches the sacral area when using the Power Plate, a vibrationally based exercise machine. When orgasm occurs, the PC muscle pulls on your coccyx, which is attached to your sacrum. This stimulation can:
In Daniel Amen’s book, Change Your Brain, Change Your Body, he says the hormone DHEA spikes up to seven times normal just before orgasm. This means you have to exercise your ability to delay gratification to increase and sustain DHEA release. DHEA increases testosterone and is known for building lean muscle mass and contributing to cell repair. It is a cortisol antagonist. Cortisol is known to increase belly fat. DHEA has an anti-depressant effect and protects from cortisol over-concentration over long time scales.