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Sex has many benefits, chief among them physical wellness. Besides the post-orgasmic oxytocin bath, it can burn calories, too. So it makes perfect sense that a woman left her Fitbit on in order to track just how beneficial bumping and grinding really is when it comes (no pun intended) to breaking a sweat.
But you know what they say: pics or it didn’t happen.
The anonymous woman shared the results of her mattress workout on Reddit and they were just about what you’d expect: pretty damn good! (Surely it helped that she was on top for a bit?)
Sure, the experience only lasted slightly more than eight minutes. But sex is about quality, not quantity. She was burning fat the entire time. And best of all, the highest fat-burning moment was during an orgasm. That is a win on all fronts.
That sound you hear is soccer moms around the country slapping on their Fitbits and telling their husbands to come home early from work.
Marisa Kabas is a lifestyle reporter and activist. Her work has been published by Fusion, Fast Company, and Today. She’s also served as an editorial campaigns director for Purpose PBC, a social movement incubator.