6 Exercises that will make You Better in Bed

by Bunny Hump on April 24, 2020

There are many ways to make you good in bed, exercising is one of the best ways. One of the best exercises is to have sex. The more you have sex, the better you get, considering you communicate with your partner and are open to try new things. Another important thing is exercising certain muscles to enhance your stamina, flexibility and stamina. Have you ever asked yourself why most porn stars have toned bodies!

Exercising and being in shape pushes you to try new positions like standing missionary and if you want to have vigorous sex for more than 10 minutes. If you are doing sex right, it engages you whole body. Working the main muscle groups that take on the work include; upper body, core, quads, glutes, and of course the pelvic floor.

Exercise 1. Weight Lifting

Strength training could be just what the doctor ordered for your sex life. For men lifting weights causes the body to release testosterone, which is in charge of the male sex drive. In fact, some studies have linked short intense exercise, such as weight lifting, with increased testosterone levels. To improve your sex life, do some push-ups, sit-ups, and crunches. These muscle-building exercises can help lead to better sex by strengthening the shoulders, chest, and abs. Strong upper body strength can increase stamina since these muscles are used during intercourse.

Exercise 2. Kegels

Doing Kegels is considered a good sex exercise for men because these exercises can help endurance and control by toning the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles — the ones that let you stop the flow of urine mid-stream. To do Kegels, start by interrupting the flow of urine when going to the bathroom, by flexing the PC muscles, to get familiar with your muscles. After that, you can do Kegels anytime and anyplace by squeezing the PC muscles. Hold for 10 seconds, relax, and do as many reps as you can before getting a rest. Three Exercises for the Pelvic Floor

Exercise 3. Yoga

Want to shake up your sex life with some new positions? Practicing yoga will give you better sex by allowing your body to get into creative positions for maximum pleasure during intercourse. “Yoga will help your flexibility,” which can result in better sex, McCall says. Some experts say it can also improve your stamina in the sack by drawing your energy in and up. McCall recommends yoga poses that improve pelvic muscles, such as the Bow Pose, Peacock Pose (also called the Forearm or Elbow Balance), and Shoulder Stand.

Exercise 4. Pelvic Thrust

Whether your favorite position is missionary or cowgirl, this move is a key part of it. Powerful pushes can be exhausting when you’re out of shape. Work your glutes, calves, and hamstrings to build stamina and flexibility. Pelvic thrusts also sculpt your booty, so you feel good and look good

Exercise 5. Fast Walking

In a study of 31,000 men over age 50, Harvard researchers found that aerobic exercise resulted in a 30-percent lower risk of erectile dysfunction (ED). More specifically, according to another study, aerobic activity that burns at least 200 calories per day (equal to fast walking for two miles) can significantly lower the risk of ED. Brisk walking is thought to help ED by improving circulation and blood flow. Fast walking, running, and other aerobic activities help your sex life for the same reason that they prevent heart attacks. They keep your blood vessels clear. The result can be stronger and longer erections. Vigorous activities, such as running and brisk walking, also release endorphins and relax you, which can boost sexual performance.

Exercise 6. Swimming

In another Harvard study of 160 male and female swimmers, swimmers in their 60s reported sex lives comparable to those in their 40s. Since sexual activity can be an act of endurance, long-distance swimming can keep you going and going like the Energizer bunny. Going for Swimming for about 30 minutes three times a week will increase sexual endurance. Swimming is also a great activity for weight loss, which can also lead to better sex. A randomized, single-blind study of 110 obese men with ED found that losing just 10 percent of their body weight improved sexual function in one third of the men. And it’s no secret that losing excess body fat will help attain those six-pack abs and make you more attractive to potential partners. The result: better sex!

Benefits of exercises

It gets your blood bumping

One of the benefits of exercising is that it enhances your blood flow in every region of your body including in between your legs. For instance, increased blood flow in women in the genitalia results to swelling of the vaginal walls and clitoris which increases sensitivity and therefore intense orgasms. For men, increased blood flow means stronger and long-lasting erection.

Muscles get tighter

Having tighter muscles helps you increase the pelvic floors contraction linked with orgasm. I would recommend that anytime you are doing exercises make sure you throw in a set of Kegel exercises. Bridges are important in tightening your vaginal muscles.

Regulation of hormone levels.

The more cholesterol you have in your body; the higher the level of estrogen which is always associated with lower libido in both males and female. Regulate the level of hormones in your body by hitting the gym. According to a study done by the National Cancer institute deduced that about 30 minutes of cardiovascular exercises can lower the estrogen levels.

Your body releases pheromones

The pheromones the body releases help attract the opposite sex. Exercising and sweating during workouts help increase their scent. The gym can be such a good place to find a partner. Post workouts sex is so hot. Before you hit the showers to wash the pheromones, head home and roll in the hay-all that sweating can actually turn your partner on.

Working regularly can make you feel better about yourself. The more you feel good about yourself the more open you will be about exploring your body leading to more orgasms.


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