Best Exercises for amazing sex
Great sex is more than just the physical aspect of the act. It's about an emotional connection with your partner and how pleasing them makes you feel.
But if it isn’t working physically, you aren’t having any fun. So today, we’re going to start with basic exercises to improve performance and finish off with advanced-level moves that will take a pickle and turn it back into a full-sized cucumber.
The key to having and maintaining your general at full salute is blood flow. We want good flow from the arteries into the penis. Then we need to restrict the flow from leaving through the veins. The better we do this, the longer and harder we’ll be able to last.
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Good blood flow starts with the heart, which is why aerobic exercise is so effective for improving function. This could be any form you enjoy.
A 2018 systematic review found 160 minutes of weekly exercise for 6 months helped reduce erectile problems in men with ED caused by physical inactivity, obesity, hypertension, metabolic syndrome and cardiovascular diseases.
Once we’ve got the flow in, we need to keep it there. And this is where strength training plays a role and, in particular, strengthening our pelvic floor muscles.
These muscles are the ones that restrict the flow of blood out of our roster so we can keep it crowing until the wee hours of the morning.
Kegels are a simple exercise that involves contracting our pelvic floor muscles that can be done anywhere.
The best way to know you’re flexing the right muscles is next time you go pee, stop the flow midstream. That’s how you do a kegal.
Once you have a feel for flexing those pelvic floor muscles, you can do it anywhere or anytime, not just when you’re peeing.
The goal should be to Hold the contraction for 5 seconds then release it. Repeat this for 10 to 20 repetitions 3 to 4 times every day.
Now that we have our main man working the way it should. We need to control our bodies in a way that makes us good lovers.
First and foremost, we can’t be lying on our partner like a dead carcass. We need to support our body weight.
A great exercise to help with this is the body saw plank. It’s done in the traditional plank position. Now I want you to brace your core. What I mean by this is to tighten up your abdominal muscles, low back, glutes, hips and pelvic floor.
That’s right. I want you to do a Kegel while performing this exercise.
What makes this exercise different than a plank is movement. Use your upper arms to move forward and back.
The following exercise is the basic push-up. We need upper body strength to move from one position to the next comfortably.
One of the things I like about this next exercise is it not only builds strength and power in all the right places, but it gets your heart rate up, improving blood flow right where we need it.
And that’s kettlebell swings.
It’s essential to maintain good posture on your upper body while doing his move. It’s a hip hinge exercise, so your hips go back as you lower down, swinging the weight.
Ever wanted to pick your lover up and make things happen in a standing position? To do this, you need coordinated full-body strength and a great exercise to develop this is the dumbbell clean and press.
You can get more range of motion by moving the dumbbells to the inside of your legs. This allows you to take a wider stance, letting you drop lower without compromising your backs alignment.
You explode the weight up to your shoulders by driving your hips forward. And then dip down at the hips slightly to aid in pressing the weight up overhead.
Combining all 4 of these exercises into a Circuit or Tabata workout to get double duty results, improving both your heart and skeletal muscle strength.