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Aerobic exercise protects your heart, boosts your sense of wellbeing and, according to a new research, can improve your chances of getting it up. The study, published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, recruited participants from running, swimming and cycling clubs: amateur athletes who exercise more than the average Joe. Among the results, it was found men who ran a seven-minute mile pace for four and a half hours per week - quick runners who train a lot - enjoyed 23 per cent reduced odds of erectile dysfunction. Lead author Dr. Benjamin Breyer did admit the study was only exploratory, as it was conducted online and relied on self-reported levels of exercise and sexual dysfunction, but as no man has ever made exaggerated claims about his sex life, we're willing to assume 100 per cent accuracy...

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