6 Workout Positions to Help Better Sex Performance
Windowofworld.com – Some couples may have a variety of favorite sports. It might be swimming, yoga or even pilates though.
If Mama and Papa want to improve their sex performance better in bed, maybe they can try doing regular workouts.
This exercise may help stretch the muscles during sex, and it is hoped that the body can become more flexible.
Here Popmama.com has summarized some workout movements that can be done. It is hoped that it can add to better sex performance and an increasingly intimate love life with a partner.
1. Goddess pose
Goddess pose according to Lynn Anderson, author of Sex Matters So… Get Healthy The Natural Way is categorized as a pose that helps to release tension in the lower nerve plexus.
How to do it: Sit with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Lean back, bring your palms under your back for support as you gently lower yourself to the floor.
Arch back and drop your head and shoulders back. Hold for 3 deep breaths.
The butterfly pose strengthens the pelvic muscles as well as the pelvic wall muscles. Let’s just say, this pose can increase sexual pleasure for both husband and wife.
How to do it: Lie on your back with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor and arms stretched to the sides, palms facing down.
Gently open your knees to the sides and bring your feet together. Inhale and imagine the breath moving down your spine and down your pelvis.
Exhale and pull the knees back together, squeezing the inner thighs until the knees touch. Do it 8 times repeatedly.
3. Pelvic lift
Pelvic lift pose will strengthen the thrust of the muscles in the hips and buttocks with a pelvic lift, so that you will feel the satisfaction in increasing your sex life in bed.
How to do it: Lie on your back with your knees bent, feet flat on the floor about hip width apart and arms stretched out to the sides, palms facing down.
Lift your hips off the floor and press your hips as high as you can while squeezing your buttocks. Hold for a count of 1, then slowly release your hips back to the floor. Do it 8 times repeatedly.
4. Leg extension
The leg extension pose opens and energizes the sex nerves that go up and down the inside of the thigh.
How to do it: Sit with your legs straight out in front of you. Lean back, then bring your palms under your lower back for support as you gently lower yourself to the floor with your elbows.
Point your toes and press both feet, bringing your knees closer to your chest. Inhale and stretch your legs back, parallel to (but not touching) the floor.
Exhale, spread your legs apart in a straddling position and fold your knees back into your chest. Repeat this pattern (exit, open, enter) for 1 minute.
5. Bound pose
The bonded pose works to stretch the sex nerves that run up and down in the thigh.
“If the sex nerves are stiff, a person may become too helpless and unsatisfactory to their partner. So do leg stretches,” said Anderson.
How to do it: Sit and bring your feet together. Place your hands on your toes and pull your feet toward your pelvis as you push your pelvis forward.
Lower your head to your chest and rest your arms on your thighs. Hold for 3 deep breaths.
6. Cobra pose
As the name suggests, the cobra pose strengthens the long muscles of the back and between the shoulder blades and it brings flexibility to the chest area.
As you age, your back will stiffen. Therefore, a strong back and flexible chest promote sexual movement from various positions.
How to do it: Lie face down on the floor. Bend your elbows and place your hands in front of your shoulders. Keeping the elbows slightly bent, press the body away from the floor, lifting from the lower back up over the shoulders.
At the top of the extension, try to tilt your head back and look up at the ceiling. Hold and release back to the floor. Do it 8 times repeatedly.
Well, that’s information regarding workout poses that can help improve sex performance in bed. It should be understood that the poses above can stimulate the muscles that are often used during sex.
Your pelvic, back, and inner leg muscles will feel flexible and not tense, so you don’t have to worry about unsatisfactory sexual performance with your partner.