Athletes Rejoice! Pre-Game Sex Doesn’t Hinder In Game Performance
Those screams and yells you hear outside is not from the bum fight that might occurring in the alley outside your window right now, no, those are the collective hoots and hollers from athletes around the globe celebrating the release of this interview from Kansas University sports physician Sean Cupp who states that sex before a game doesn’t hinder an athlete’s in game performance. HELL YEA!
“Basically, the best way to continue positive performance outcomes would be to not change your pre-game ritual,” Cupp said.“The long-standing myth that athletes should practice abstinence before important competitions may stem from the theory that sexual frustration leads to increased aggression, and that the act of ejaculation draws testosterone from the body.”
Carl Inzerillo, a sports medicine specialist at Inzerillo Family Practice agrees:
“It seems to help because it relaxes you,” said “Number one, they get a good night’s sleep. Number two, it takes their mind off the competition. Number three, it increases testosterone.”
If you thought there was an epidemic of bastard athlete’s children already then you’d better watch out now! Shawn Kemp, Evander Hollyfield and Derrick Thomas were ahead of their time. They knew what it took to be a top flight professional athlete. This is just what Kwame Brown needs to get over the hump I think. He’d better get to some sexin!
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