I am a very lean and wiry 33 year old man and have been told by women that I have a much higher than average sexual drive. Some women have told me that men with this body type are always the ones that surprise them, not the big body builder type.
I am curious if there is any correlation of body type to sexual drive and if us lean and wiry guys really have any stronger drive than average.
Sex drive varies by individual. I was lean, am not so lean now and my sex drive has always been high. Never been described as wiry. Body builders using steroids might have their sex drive diminished. I don't know about excessive testosterone or other supplements. Not to offend any body builders here, but body builders can be narcicists.
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Report This| Share this:Are certain body types/builds more likely to have a higher sex drive?Sex drive varies by individual. I was lean, am not so lean now and my sex drive has always been high. Never been described as wiry. Body builders using steroids might have their sex drive diminished. I don't know about excessive testosterone or other supplements. Not to offend any body builders here, but body builders can be narcicists.
Gotcha! I have heard that very overweight people can have decreased drive due to hormone imbalances. I guess we are just all made different. In the past, I thought all guys were kinds just ready at a moments notice but this is not what I have been told.
I am naturally lean and wiry and have plenty of energy. I guess all this energy is part of what makes my drive high.
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