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Strength training affects your libido directly, by increasing testosterone. 
You need to focus on your large muscle groups and never train the same muscles on consecutive days. Stick with a higher weight but fewer repetitions, to boost your testosterone levels. While women produce less testosterone -- about one-tenth of men -- it still has a powerful effect on 
the stability and balance of their hormones in general as well as their 
libido levels and the strength in both genders:

There are off course various ways of doing Kegel exercises but I shall only describe the two methods I have used with success.
1. In this method, you are required to lie down
flat on your back, then keeping your shoulders flat against the bed or mat surface, raise only your hips as far as you can. Hold this position for about 15 seconds, then lower your bottom slowly until it touches the mat, relax, and repeat raising up you bottom, while doing this, concentrate on your anal and pelvic muscles and concentrate…
I Investigated Kegel Exercises Kegel Exercises for men are yet another natural solution that has been shown in many males to be as powerful as a Viagra or Cialis, exercise of course being another. The power of Kegel Exercises over Erectile Dysfunction was shown in one 2005 British study which put men in two groups:  1) men who made lifestyle changes (such as smoking cessation, weight reduction, exercise, etc.) and 2) those who made lifestyle changes + Kegel exercises. [1] After 3 months the results of group #2 were so dramatic that the researchers put everyone on Kegel exercises.  Think about that:the Kegel Exercises for Men group did much better than a group that quit smoking, was exercising and reducing weight, all of which are proven erectile dysfunction fighters. After six months 76% of the men had significantly improved their erectile function.That's three out of four and is on par with Viagra or any other erection-enhancing drug out there.The researchers concluded that "…
Kegels: The Secret to Better Sex
Kegel exercises for sex? Now there’s something you don’t hear every day. We always hear about the health benefits of pelvic floor exercises but did you know that they can also help you have better sex? Dr. Kegel’s Surprise Discovery Kegel exercises as they are known today were developed in the 1940s by gynecologist Dr. Arnold Kegel, who recommended that women recovering from childbirth exercise their pelvic floor to prevent health problems. However, in follow-up examinations he soon discovered a very exciting side-effect to the treatment: patients doing Kegel exercises regularly were achieving orgasm more easily, more frequently, and more intensely. Read on