You don’t have the sex drive you once had within your marriage.

It’s waned over the years and really you’re a bit frustrated that you don’t have “IT” like you once did.

Your physical well being may be an area that is having a big impact on your sex drive and libido.

Being physically fit, eating the proper nutrition, getting the vitamins and minerals you need, as well as having the motivation is paramount to your sexual intimacy.

This week Tony and Alisa go over where they are in their continued pursuit of having a healthy sex drive. It’s something that they thrive for individually and together. Don’t miss how you can make changes to your body to crank up your sex drive.

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Strategic Coaching Session with Alisa

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