Could these exercises make you better in BED?
Could these exercises make you better in BED? Sex expert Tracey Cox reveals the VERY simple moves that could boost your performance (and your orgasms)
We’re used to eating ‘clean’ and hitting the gym so we look good enough to attract a partner to have sex.
But if you really want to be in peak sexual condition you need to do more.
It’s what’s happening on the inside that counts.
Penis push-ups, workouts for your whatnot, sex supplements to rev up your libido and foods that intensify orgasms – here’s all you need to know and do to become a sexual athlete!
THE GYM WORKOUT FOR YOUR WHATNOT
Any woman who’s ever had a child knows all about ‘Kegel’ or ‘PC’ exercises.
Seems you’ve no sooner finished pushing the baby out than the midwife’s telling you to pull everything in again!
Regularly contracting your vaginal muscles isn’t just for post-pregnancy, it’s the single most effective thing you can do to improve sensation during sex – for both of you.
Pelvic floor exercises don’t just produce a tight vagina (which, by the way, isn’t just for him, it increases your sensitivity as well) they boost sexual desire, intensify orgasms and can help you become multi-orgasmic.
Sound good? Here’s how to start squeezing!
Find your PC muscle by stopping yourself peeing (try not to pull in your bottom or tummy at the same time).
Once you’ve isolated it, squeeze and contract, holding it for a few seconds, then release.
Start with repetitions of 25 and do two sets a day. It’s then a case of working up to around 50 repetitions, several times a day, but holding the squeeze for longer.