Book: Don’t Let Your Bike Seat Ruin Your Sex Life
Don’t Let Your Bike Seat Ruin Your Sex Life: Ergonomic Bike Seats And Practical Pointers That Could Save Your Sex Life
- Ebook: 76 pages
- Publisher: Stasosphere Online Inc.
- Publication Date: January 5, 2016
- ASIN: B01A951AD6
What if I were to tell you that Your Bike Seat has a direct impact on Your Sex Life? How would you feel if after reading this book you could develop expertise in finding the best ergonomic bike seat and adjusting it correctly on your bike so that your sex life is no longer negatively impacted?
Stas Bekman, a published author and a recipient of the prestigious White Camel Award, presents the little-known facts about the negative impacts your bike seat has on your sex life and provides easy to follow pointers for you to be able to have a fantastic sex life regardless of how much you ride your bike.
In this book you will learn:
- How your perineum is not designed to be a shock absorber
- How there is no such thing as a one-fit-all bike seat
- How the science can’t come to an agreement on the subject
- How the industry responds to this issue
- How you need to listen to what your body is telling you about your bike ride
- Why women aren’t safe either
- How to correctly configure your bike seat
- Strategies to reduce pressure on perineum
- and much more…
- Bonus: 3 simple techniques that will help improve your sex life.
- Bonus: 16 bike seats to choose from
- Bonus: 16 scientific studies on the subject
Buy this book NOW and cycle to a Better Sex Life.
Buy the Book
You can purchase this ebook for only $5.00 here.
On purchase you will receive 3 DRM-free versions of the ebook – in pdf, .epub (kobo) and .mobi (kindle) formats, so you will be able to read it on any digital device you have. The 3 files are in a single zip archive, which you open on your computer by just clicking on it. If you don’t have the proper software installed to take care of the archive opening google it (replace “windows” with the name of your computer or phone operating system).
A few minutes after you send the payment you will receive an email with the download link. If you don’t receive it — please check your Spam/Bulk email folder, as your spam filter probably “ate” it. If you can’t find the email with the download link, please email me and we will resolve it together.
- By Tin on 9 Feb. 2016
I bought this book because my prostate problem was exacerbated by an unsuitable bike saddle. It is very well researched and informative although not all the saddles mentioned are readily available in the UK. However, the book gave me many useful tips which helped me to chose a new saddle (Selle Royal) which is much better than my old one.
- By robnagler on January 25, 2016
I have had problems with bicycle seats in the past. This book would have been very useful to have many thousands of miles ago… Fortunately, I’ve read it now, and I’m exploring new bike seats recommended by Bekman in his short and very informative guide. I’m a commuter. I ride all year long, and the distances vary. Some days, my hands get numb. My nether region gets numb. It’s important to me to have the right equipment. I’ve got studded bike tires, fenders, great panniers, etc. Thanks to Bekman, I now know that there are a much larger variety of bike seats than the “gel kind” and Brooks leather saddles.
- By jeffery mcmahan on January 7, 2016
A terrific book for those wanting to know the scientific reasons as to why to not ride a bike with a skinny saddle. Moreover, the book is loaded with tips and recommendations and saddle alternatives that will permit one to ride not only their bicycle safely again but their significant other again too! For Stas expertly makes the case that your reproductive trait is not a pendulum to bear all your weight upon as you straddle that torture device pejoratively known as a saddle.
- By Rebecca Beaton on February 15, 2016Very easy to read, short but full of good information. As a commuter cyclist I had never really thought about how my bike seat might be affecting me. It’s uncomfortable at times but I’d never thought much past that. Thank you for all the helpful tips and pointers.
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