Activities you should always practice.
Exercise and sex are two activities that you shouldn’t stop practicing, both of which provide significant benefits to your health in common.
And to enhance these services, read on and discover what exercises can help you improve your sexual action so that you can enjoy it even more and feel healthier and more satisfied.
Physical activity and a satisfying sexual relationship can keep you in good physical and emotional shape. And, if you practice it securely and responsibly, sex is healthy!
Now, did you know that there are exercises that can help you improve your performance during friendship?
It does not imply if you are a man or a woman if you want to maintain good health and if you’re going to enjoy more and want to perform strongly on a sexual level, get moving.
Are there exercises to improve your love life?
From exercises to strengthen the tissues in general, such as push-ups, sit-ups, weight lifting, rotation movements of the torso to one side and the other to maintain and tune the waist, as well as developing exercises, yoga, Pilates, and aerobic activities (such as running, swimming and walking), help you stay fit and more resilient when it comes to intimacy.
Plus, they are suitable for the heart and circulatory system, among other things.
But something does this control to do with love?
Since maintaining a healthy physical condition in common, a lot allows you to have more pleasant sex.
Researches reveal that people over the age of 50 or 60 who exercise usually have more active sex lives than inactive lifestyles.
Other results show that men over 50 years of age who have an actual life have a more limited risk of erectile dysfunction (when an erection is not achieved or is difficult).
It is one of the usual common sexual problems among men. Males.
At any age, exercise brings the following benefits to your performance in your relationship:
- Greater muscular strength and durability that allows you to achieve and maintain positions during intimate intercourse
- Better oxygenation capacity and better distribution of the body, which increases erections and their potency
- A lean, toned, and healthy body increases your self-esteem and self-image. That self-confidence is transferred to the relationship.
Do you want something more “sensual”?
There are specific, especially recommended exercises, and these are:
This plate or lizards ( push-ups ): Challenge performs three sets of 12 to 15 returns, especially for men. This is a classic study that will strengthen your arms, torso, and abdomen.
If you can’t do all the sets, it doesn’t matter. It starts with a minimal amount. You will gain strength and endurance over time.
For both sexes: the abs. A low stomach is not the only advantage they gain, as men and women see improved durability and strength to hold positions, as well as firmer backs.
Men, in particular, will also achieve better thrust during insertion.
Lie on the floor with your members bent, and your arms bent back your head. Rest your head on your hands, chin towards the ceiling.
Now, bring your torso up, without lifting your hips off the terrain, your uterine muscles tense (try not to push your head with your arms to avoid injuring the neck)—complete three sets of 15 copies each.
To prevent back pain, you can work your abdominal tissues while reaching. Compete with your legs slightly apart, your stomach muscles compressed, bringing your belly switch inward.
Draw one knee up as you try to touch it with your different hand—return on the other faction. You can alternate the knee lift once (single) or do it twice or triple, leaning heavily on the opposite leg.
Hip lifts (also known as bridge or bridge): Both partners can strengthen the glutes, pelvis, lower back, and the end of the thighs. Rest down on a pallet on the floor, bend your legs and place your heels close to your buttocks.
Now, lift your sides, contract your glutes (tight abs, trying to bring your belly button in), and hold for 3-4 seconds. Lower your hips to the spot and repeat.
As a goal, aim to do 3 sets of 15 repetitions each.
These exercises strengthen the pelvic muscles, which serve to intensify the contractions during orgasm.
The squats (or squats):
- Stand with your legs somewhat apart, arms along the body (you can do them with or without weights).
- Bend your knees, bringing your pelvis back (as if you continued going to sit in an imaginary chair).
- Reply to the starting position and return the move. You can do them with your legs apart or together.
Avoid leaning your torso forward.
All movement is made with the hips, bringing it back while bending the knees.
With this exercise, you strengthen the glutes and thighs, which will give you more thrust on the hips, more resistance, and more strength to practice other positions in the sexual encounter—complete 3 sets of 8 to 12 reps each.
Another alternative that can also be very useful is the so-called Kegel exercises, which are prescribed to control urinary incontinence (when you cannot stand the urge to urinate or leak a little urine when you laugh sneeze, for example).
Although these exercises are primarily aimed at women (especially after giving birth), individuals also benefit from them since they can control ejaculation and even increase blood volume in the penis to achieve firmer erections.
How are Kegel exercises done?
This technique is easy to learn, but it can sometimes be challenging to recognize the pelvis’s supporting muscles as they are not used consciously often.
One way to detect them is by trying to stop the urine while it is growing out. If you can, you learned the necessary movement.
Once you have known the tissues, contract them, and hold the position for 3 seconds, then relax them another 3 seconds and repeat this course ten times, three or four times a day.
If you want to know more about these issues, be sure to read this other article that we published in Life and Health some time ago about natural remedies to increase your sexual attraction.
Change your life as a couple, and your health is in your hands. Get moving!