How The Sex Olympics Can Get You Incredibly Fit

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The 2016 Rio Olympic Games officially open on Saturday, but don’t worry about your athletic prowess being put to shame – here is how you and your¬†significant other can join in with the fun.

As reported by the Daily Mail, the online pharmacy Dr Felix has put together a very useful infographic which places events next to sex positions which are comparable in calorie expenditure.

Check it out:

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The graphic also explains which muscle groups are worked – but be warned, some of the timings will require a base level of aerobic fitness and stamina.

It starts with the basic missionary position for two-and-a-half minutes, which is apparently equivalent to the 100M sprint – working glutes, hips and legs.

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Or you could swap the steeplechase for doggy style and give your abs, legs, hips and glutes an intense workout – but at a requirement of 50 minutes, this is not be one for any one minute wonders.

If you are looking to work arms, then Javelin or the archery are the events for you – subbed for a 20 minute handjob, or 30 minutes of masturbation respectively. If you start feeling the effects of carpal tunnel, consult a doctor!

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In fairness, this could be the one time where coming first could spoil the event.

But remember – it isn’t the winning, it’s the taking part that counts.