4 moves to up your lovemaking skills

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Squats for stamina

It takes the average woman 12 minutes to reach orgasm. So, in certain positions, that could be equivalent to 12 minutes of non-stop squats!? Work on your thighs, hamstrings, buttocks, hip flexors and calf muscles with barbell squats. Pilates for orgasms Orgasms come from a muscle. When it contracts, you feel the tingle that makes you climax – and the more you train it, the better it functions. Pilates is ideal for targeting this muscle. Also strengthen your pelvic floor with pelvic exercises. Sit on a chair, with legs apart and breathe in and out, and hold your pelvic muscles and let go. Cardio for confidence When you’re confident the sex becomes even more satisfying. And if you’re confident your body, you’re more likely to be adventurous and try new things. Cardio and weight training are great for all over body conditioning and toning. But, even when you reach your body goals, if your self-esteem is not in the right place, your sex life won’t change for the better. So self-confidence will improve your sex life no matter what body shape you are. Yoga for flexibility How flexible you are determines which positions you can achieve during sex. So a bit of stretching and conditioning the joints can help you be more flexible. Yoga is amazing when it comes to flexibility. So head off to your nearest yoga studio, or do some stretching exercises at home or at the gym.
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