Flexible females who go to yoga classes are the nation’s biggest love rats.
Researchers discovered 52% of women who have cheated on their partner regularly do yoga.
And of those, 78% said it boosts their sex lives – just like pop star Sting, who once claimed yoga helps him and wife Trudie Styler make love for seven hours.
Experts believe yoga positions like downward-facing dog and the tree pose can help to improve love-making.
After yoga, runners are the second most likely to cheat on their partner, with 20% of female joggers saying they have done so.
Tennis players came third on 14%.
Women who work out came fourth, with 7% admitting they have had a fling after a gym session.
But only 3% of swimmers said they have been unfaithful and just 2% of cyclists.
And 2% of women who play other sports including football, volleyball, golf and badminton said they had cheated on a partner.
The dating site for married people, illicitencounters.com, asked 2,000 female members which sports they did.
Spokeswoman Jessica Leoni said: “Women are
taking up yoga to continue to boost self-esteem and build confidence for an affair.
“I’m not shocked swimming and cycling are bottom of the list – these sports are lonely and not sexy. But yoga and sex go hand in hand.”
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