Its time that you and your partner double your sexual satisfaction. The following are a couple of exercises from WebMD.com geared towards better sex. Don't worry, no NSFW descriptions here as these exercises are not just for men, they work equally well for women wanting a sexy boost too. So what are you waiting for?
Pushups If you can't do basic training-quality pushups at first, start with wall presses (essentially pushups done against the wall), aiming for 3 sets of 12-15 repetitions. When you're ready, progress to knee pushups on the floor, making sure to keep your back straight while you slowly touch your nose to the ground. Once you're ready to kick it up a notch, progress to traditional hand-and-toe pushups.
Abdominals After pushups, your abs are the next most critical sex-boosting body area, says Weil, director of the New York Obesity Research Center Weight Loss Program at St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center, and an exercise and fitness expert on WebMD's message boards. "After all, you have to use your abdominal muscles during sex."
Deadlifts This exercise will keep your back as strong as it can be and give your legs and torso a workout, too. Deadlifts, where you raise a weighted barbell or dumbbells from the ground, starting in a neutral bent-over position, is easy to do -- and easy to do wrong, so technique is important.Explore pro tips online or at your local gym to be sure you're getting the most out of doing deadlifts.
Torso side bends and twists Torso side bends and twists will keep your upper body strong and give you plenty of stamina. Do them on the cable crossover machine for maximum effect.
Pushing or pulling exercise in the gym While you're at the gym, rows, flyes and lateral raises on that same cable crossover machine will do a great job for your performance in the bedroom. Remember to get a few quick tips from a pro on how to do these exercises most effectively.
Exercise: Better Health, Amazing Sex People who exercise often have a better body image than sedentary people, which can help them feel more sexually appealing. One study found that 80% of men and 60% of females who exercised two to three times a week felt their sexual desirability was above average. So there really is no reason for the both of you not to jump on board the workout wagon now, is there? Happy exercising!
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